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I took some time out to visit some events and exhibitions this weekend in London, which certainly added to the creativity bank. One was a ceramic show where I found some new talent and got up-close and personal with some interesting textures/shapes, the other was the ‘Extraordinary Stories about O
One individual that I’ve had my beady little eye on is Japanese maker Keiichi Tanaka, who I happened to write about last year alongside fellow Japanese creator Aya Omachi. So as I was searching for more information, also hoping that I’d run across new work I hadn’t seen before, it seemed to be
As you may know already I’ve showcased various bits of imagery over the year from gallery Patrick Seguin, which happens to be one of my favourite “go to” places at the moment. Patrick is actually quite a prominent figure of the 20th century design world who helped promote various famous creati
Donna Wearmouth, a junior designer at Gardiner Richardson, created an interesting series of design work for Quadra Gallery. These minimalist pieces include an opening poster, various guides, and the identity, all with the same basic aesthetic. The use of type was something that originally caught my
Time for some more modernist architecture I think. I've been on the browse since wednesday when we highlighted Marion Berrin's collection of Le Corbusier photos and luckily this morning I came across another beautiful build, this time by Oscar Niemeyer. I say architecture, and of course it is, becau
I have always been attracted to domestic spaces that make use of large open-plan and communal areas. It is perhaps the airiness and unencumbered space which gives a sense of effortless living that I really enjoy. Casa Meco, designed by Lisbon-based Atelier Rua, exemplifies this idea of effortlessnes
If you are also inspired by the natural architectural style of Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright it would make sense that you would also be attracted by Czech studio Mjölk’s works as well. Their style is not flashy but blends in wonderfully with the surrounding landscape and each build has
With so many contemporary builds out there it takes a special kind of house to really wow. Le Corbusier said, “You employ stone, wood, and concrete, and with these materials you build houses and palaces.” Architect Fabian Tan is certainly heeding his advice with his newest build titled &
A selection of miniature architectural models casted from concrete by Studio Material Immaterial that reference some of the most influential concrete architecture of the last century.
The Ridge Kitchen series by Visibility began as a selection of porcelain tools for the kitchen, later in collaboration with Areaware they worked with glass artisans to bring this series to fruition.
Kitty, a graduate of the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Toulouse, creates drawings and paintings at her studio in France. I was especially impressed by the muted colours and dynamic lines.
As we finally approach summer there’s been many new additions to the shop, one that’s been eagerly awaited here is a collection of ceramics by Japanese potter Keiichi Tanaka.