Introduction When I came across American architect Naomi Pollock‘s new book on Japanese Design I knew I had to reach out and see if we could put together something for the blog that might inspire. Naomi’s new book ‘Japanese Design Since 1945: A Complete Sourcebook’ is very im
Louis Reith is a Dutch artist who is based in Zetten, Netherlands and has created this series of collages that are juxtaposed with bold shapes, architectural spaces, landscapes and other artefacts.
John from Mjolk was kind enough to send over a selection of exclusive imagery from inside their new publication, Mjolk Volume IV, which interviews creatives like Keisuke and Michiko Iwata.
A beautiful book that focuses on everyday objects and interior design elements, 250 to be exact that help examine the intricacies of Japanese design and craft.
Mary Gaudin's newest project saw her travel to New Zealand, armed with a camera to document beautiful modernist houses for her newest book.
After receiving a few new books in the shop I decided to highlight one in-particular, that being a new publication by Vitra Design Museum titled ‘Marcel Breuer – Design and Architecture’. It’s a book that I highly anticipated myself as a lot of Marcel’s architecture has gone slightly unnot
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
It's not easy for me to get blown away by design work anymore, I'm extremely picky with what I like and an object has to have a real story behind it for me to be enticed. I'm sort of bucking that trend today as I don't have much information on this talented artist but I know her name and I'm equippe
I know I've been a bit heavy on the Carl Auböck front as of late, it's so easy to find inspiring stuff relating to the Auböck family, plus when you make objects like they do it's hard not to showcase them to you all. One of the great things about owning this site is the amount of creatives and ind