I’m really happy to announce the release of our second book ‘OEN Issue 2’ which is now available to pre-order in our shop. This one was certainly more personal as I met a number of craftsmen and visited different locations specifically for this book. There were a few issues along t
Looking to explore the greats? Look no further than the beautiful selection of furniture at London-based practice 1934. Headed by Abel Sloane and Ruby Woodhouse, this duo have been sourcing some fantastic twentieth century furniture and have also been exploring how these pieces work in contemporary
I've been itching to show you some of my latest photos that I took from a recent trip to Helsinki, particularly a set of images from Finnish designer Alvar Aalto's home.
Bruno Suet's photography is an intriguing look at how we as humans find ourselves designing both interior and exterior spaces.
A few of my favourite things in the office include some Iittala vases and bowls, first designed by Alvar Aalto in 1936. You all know I have quite the fascination with his work, particularly his furniture and architecture, but also the versatile objects that he designed over his career. If you don’
I realised earlier that I've had a little hiatus from any films or videos on the blog, which is a shame really as one of my favourite things about the internet is short films made by fellow creatives, you can always find inspiration that you'd of never seen otherwise. Unfortunately, pictures don't q
Nikari aren't a company that I've really come across before, which is quite embarrassing considering they were founded in 1967 and have been producing quality furniture for many years. It's particular distressing because the furniture is up there with some of the best I've seen to date, and I had a
It takes some special furniture to get me inspired, I've seen so many different pieces over my lifetime that it's got to the point where it's hard to spot something new out there. Usually they have to be handmade and crafted, or have a quality backstory, ie be offering something unique and different
At the moment I feel like I have inspiration flowing at me from all different angles, one website that sums up this feeling nicely is that of Jacques Dupuis. Mr Dupuis was a Belgian architect who happened to be quite a major figure in the countries design and architecture scene, following mainly mod
I have an exciting project to share with you all today, it’s by the one and only Leslie Williamson who’s been a big favourite here on the site over the years. Obviously, with a website that revolves around design, architecture, photography and the like it’s going to be hard not to be influence