Made in Situ is a Lisbon-based interior and furniture design studio run by Frenchman, Noe Duchaufour-Lawrance. Burnt Cork is Made in Situ’s second collection of limited-edition pieces consisting of a dining table, two low tables, a dining chair, a lounge chair, a chaise-longue and a stool. Each pi
The reality is that materials all have their own properties that make them unique. Unfortunately a material like metal doesn’t go that well with ceramic, and wood doesn’t mesh that well glass. There are just certain restrictions that forces designers and makers to stick with one material
Experimentation leads to innovation and these cork containers, both of which are designed and produced by Spanish maker Carlos Ortega at his studio in spain, are certainly unique.
I thought we'd return with a little update on Erskine, Hall and Coe today as they run a great deal of exhibitions that are well worth making a trip to see. They introduced me previously to the work of Mexican artist Gustavo Perez, which I highlighted to a few of you here, and today I was pleased to