French designer Guillaume Delvigne worked with ToolsGalerie to produce a collection of furniture using marble, metal and many other materials that are all inspired by sculpture.
Irish craftsman Simon Doyle wants to bring some of the traditional craft techniques in to the modern world, linking craft and industry together, exploring the possibility of the two coexisting.
Handcrafted in Milan, Italy is this collection of furniture by Henry Timi that are sometimes blocky and sometimes flowing in form. His design ethos is to follow a language deprived of disorder.
Dutch label Puik, under the art direction of Tineke Beunders of Ontwerpduo design, looks to represent contemporary dutch designers and give a platform for them to put their ideas in to reality.
Established by August Stattmann in 1896, today the Stattmann Neue Moebel workshop is headed by Nicola and Oliver Stattmann, fourth generation to succeed this family business.
We were captivated by this furniture made by the Poiat architecture and design office, a collaboration of three young designers Antti Rouhunkoski, Timo Mikkonen and Marco Rodriguez.