Takeo Suhara is a talented metalworker who lives and works in Minoh, a prefecture of Osaka in Japan and today we wanted to share a few photos of his work and others from inside his studio.
Oliver Kruse is a German visual artist who uses his knowledge of architecture, geometry and other spatial environments to intrigue the viewer with his complex formations.
James Outbridge lives and works in Holmfirth, Yorkshire and hand builds these using a slab method of construction, starting small and working upwards to create very monolithic-like forms.
For 2018 studio Perspective have collaborated with Bo Arenander for Stockholm Design Week to produce a series of sculptures in black and white that are made from stoneware clay.
The Ridge Kitchen series by Visibility began as a selection of porcelain tools for the kitchen, later in collaboration with Areaware they worked with glass artisans to bring this series to fruition.
Yumiko iihoshi has always maintained a presence in our shop, early on I noticed the functionality in the objects and the beautiful glazes that she uses, so we are pleased to stock more from her.
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.
This furniture system by TAVAR consists of wood pieces that slot together easily, with each module featuring serval magnets that make it easy to connect them to one another.
New works by SyuRo have arrived, a Japanese studio founded by Masuko Unayama in 2000 as she was inspired by the small factories crafting using the so called 'Monozukuri' philosophy.
Spanish artist Carla Cascales Alimbau is currently exhibiting her work at Castellana 22 Gallery in Madrid, consisting of a number of sculptures, all made from marble, wood and stone.
Keikou Tanabe is taking part in the tradition of Yuzen Dyeing, a technique that is part of the Kimono making process and requires the artist to apply dyes to the fabric in order to depict cultural life.
Los Angeles based designer Brian Thoreen has made this furniture collection using a mixture of glass, cast bronze and marble to stack the elements, ordering them to create a sense of harmony.