Nowadays, the centuries-long tradition of glassmaking is being rediscovered and redefined by young artists and designers who are challenging the boundaries of this medium. Such is the case of Joshua Kerley, who creates minimal and colourful kiln-formed glass sculptural objects and a range of functio
Exquisite Japanese Lacquerware by Japanese Craftsman Tomoaki Nakano After the rare arrival of Fumihiro Toda’s pottery we now have a special release of lacquerware by Tomoaki Nakano. We have represented Tomoaki for many years now, but due to his popularity in Japan taking part in many big exhib
Motivated by the desire to replace their own crockery, which was neither practical nor aesthetically pleasing, designers Léa and Nicolas designed their first functional objects: A bowl, double-walled cups, a coffee pot and a fermentation pot. The result was a range of sleek, polished pieces, all fo
There’s an interesting transformation when two surfaces combine. Chaehoon Moon for example, a young passionate creative who has been able to harness Korea’s traditions by working with two separate craftsmen, a Korean metalworker and a lacquer artist, to create these stunning forms that h
French designer Mathieu Delacroix has been able to capture both rustic and refined in his series titled Taso that consists of wooden vases and bowls made by a woodworker on the lathe.
As a follow up to our pre-order post regarding the woodworks of Kihachi Workshop we are pleased to have received a new shipment of beautiful handmade wooden vessels from them.
A new maker called Tomoaki Nakano has found his way in to the shop and we're very happy to release a selection of his beautiful lacquerware that's handmade at his studio in Japan.
Estonian based ceramic design studio Nuud, a project by talented designer Mariana Laan, looks to use a variety of techniques to create objects with "perfect simplicity".
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.
New work has arrived from talented Swedish potter Stefan Andersson, with these pots being fired in his wood kiln, making a series of ceramics that look modern but are totally unique.
Lee Min Soo has made these layered containers seen here, each object has been composed of 5-10 layers of very thin casts and usually come in sets of five to eight pieces.
I was drawn to this work by lighting designer Jason Miller, a Brooklyn-based designer and the founder of Roll & Hill, who has made this ceramic work on the pottery wheel.