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These lacquer boxes stocked at OEN shop show that Japanese woodworker Tomoaki Nakano is truly a master of his craft and has honed his technique throughout the years.
Louise Roe, a Danish designer based in Copenhagen, seeks out authentic materials to create a mixture of tableware that's minimal in terms of aesthetic but still high in quality and truly functional.
We have now added a beautiful selection of spoons in to the shop, including the horn tea measure, horn olive spoon, and horn marmalade spoon handmade in Denmark by Hornvarefabrikken.
Designer Gabriel Tan picked the Shaker movement as inspiration for this compact chair titled 'Stove', bringing principles from the past and pulling them forward by adding unique design details.
Australian fibre artist Tammy Kanat has honed her craft superbly and is now producing exceptional works of art that have been made by weaving and play with all the senses.
I'm excited to receive a new selection of glassware from long-awaited craftsman Yuki Osako, all of which have been painstakingly and finely handcrafted at her studio in Kanazawa, Japan.
Jessica Bell has been able to work on a number of different projects throughout her career and has taken a particular liking to patchwork design and how art can be integrated in to it.
Sigve Knutson has been able to harness his playfulness, experimenting with many materials to create a collection of objects and furniture that prod at the line between sculptural and practical.
Keiichi Sakai is a new maker added to the shop that I’m really proud to represent, producing a selection of handmade wooden objects from his studio in Kakamigahara city in Japan.
After garnering some attention with her smaller woodworks Ariele Alasko has since progressed to interior design and has also recently produced sculptures that I decided to highlight here today.
Canadian designer Zoe Mowat has designed this new cabinet for Japanese brand Ariake that takes traditional elements from Japanese culture and incorporates them in to a modern design.