Christian Hakansson, Rory Morgan and Kati Morgan is a group of young makers who are using natural materials to create clean looking woodwork that's simple in appearance but unique in construction.
Antrei Hartikainen is a young woodworker and designer from Finland who has collaborated with POIAT to produce a collection of furniture that is both functional and artistic in nature.
Italian designers Carolina Martinelli and Vittorio Venezia's furniture collection titled MIDA is composed of three pieces, a writing desk, a small stall, and a cupboard that all have a unique twist.
When producing this collection of furniture London based studio Raw Edges were heavily focused on both textures and patterns when applying a series of dyes to a light natural wood.
Organico is a small series by talented German designer Philipp Crass that takes inspiration from nature to create a new material that can be used in the construction of furniture.
This work by Damien Gernay captured my attention and made me think deeply about the textures and materials that he's using and how they could be intertwined to work in a functional manner.
Talented Australian designer Amee Allsop's collection 'The Pure Minimalist' is a series of furniture that uses an ash wood that has a clean but lightweight appearance.
India-based design studio Raw Material have used marble offcuts, searching for beautiful patterns that might not be accepted for commercial use to create a collection of furniture and vessels.
South Korean designer Byung Hoon Choi has studied design and crafts extensively throughout his career, working closely with craftsmen to make his ideas come to fruition.
This particular series by Antwerp based Nortstudio is titled 'Urban Shapes' and consists of a series of shapes made from wood, steel and aluminium that connect to make a seating solution.
Peter Coolican, the founder and maker behind furniture studio Coolican and Company, makes beautiful natural furniture that's handmade at his studio in Toronto, Canada.
A series of tables by designer Davide G. Aquini who has used geometric shapes and materials often found in modern architecture to create architectural shapes that are aesthetically pleasing but functional.