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Thomas Feichtner decided to play on the history of furniture company TON, with the intention of uniting the methods used to produce bentwood and moulded wood.
Andrew Kazakes ceramics are an interesting mix of spontaneity and function. The works that intrigue me the most are those that play on two worlds, almost simplistic and refined but have added character.
There are some fascinating connections between different projects that have made it up on the site, I often look back at older articles in each category and notice little details that link them all together. Strangely enough my taste has stayed quite consistent over the years and, although I know it
I’m very disappointed by the lack of architecture on the site at the moment, usually we’re brimming with inspiration and creativity on that front, but lately I’ve been pursuing other avenues of design. Yesterday I watched a small but concise documentary on a build by a couple that broke throug
Wow, this has been an extremely hard post to construct. I've been scouring through photographer Yusheng Liao's website titled 'Figure and Find' and I had to whittle it down to a summary of photographs which was near on impossible. Over the years he's amassed a substantial amount of photographs in hi
In my pursuit of writing more in-depth articles on design and other subjects relating to that matter, you may see less frequent postings here of a trivial nature. Alongside personal projects that I'm trying to conquer in my spare time it makes sense to think slightly more complex and provide you wit
Often architecture can become a game of ‘spot the influence’, quite regularly I find myself comparing different elements in a build to that of other greats like Mies van der Rohe, Le Corbusier and Frank Lloyd Wright. Most shy away from these inspirations, but Philip Johnson was one such
As you all know I'm a bit of a functionalist at heart, but I'm always intrigued when designers give their work that added touch of personality and character. Take for example these amazing ceramics by Stella Baggott, who makes these pieces under the alias Atelier Stella in London, England. It's grea
I felt it was about time architecture joined our creative content this week, so I went on the hunt earlier this morning to find either a recent build or a short film that would provoke a little food for thought on the subject. I'd not intentionally headed out with the modernist era in mind but once
As they say, "it's all in the details". Takeshi Hirobe Architects proves this statement true with their awe inspiring houses, I've never come across interior spaces with such precision and individuality. I'd like to point out a few things to start off this post, firstly check out the above picture w
I always have mixed feelings towards architecture, especially when I put together an article here on the site. It's hard to come across works that really entice me and usually the ones that do have already been written about. Another problem is the 'new modern' trend that seems to be spreading acros
I love wire sculptures and wire work in general, it's quite a fascinating subject in my opinion as it's out of the general scope of what artists usually produce. People like Alexander Calder have originated in this from and have then expanded out into other avenues such as mobile work, or larger scu