Talented Industrial Designer Tim Defleur has decided to embrace the flaws in craft and experiment with 3D Printing using porcelain, the result is a series of objects that plays with asymmetry.
This series of table designs by Truly Truly, founded by Australian designers Joel & Kate Booy, reminded me of the inspirations in nature and how one flash of light can illuminate an idea in the mind.
I've enjoyed scanning through the portfolio of Ferreol Babin, one of the most prominent reasons is his ability to use shapes and forms found in nature and give them some kind of function.
Studio KUKU make tableware and furniture inspired by the nature surrounding their studio in Nagano, so we're pleased to announce new work from them that has arrived in the shop.
We've been waiting tentatively for new works to arrive from Japanese potter Shinobu Hashimoto, so we are pleased to announce that a new selection has been uploaded to the shop.
Industrial Designer Samy Rio has spent many years researching the uses of bamboo in industrial applications, trying to manipulate this material and use it to his advantage.
Norwegian designer Sverre Uhnger works in the spaces that reside between craft and design, attempting to bridge the gap between modern design and bring it to the appeal of the masses.
Talented maker Bruce Rowe has produced this series for 2017, a collection of one-off ceramics titled SCAPE, all of which are sculpted by the artist himself at his studio based in Victoria, Australia.
Simon Astridge Architecture Workshop is a collect consisting of architects, designers and craftsmen, all of which contribute collaboratively to produce modern architecture and interiors.
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Italian artist Alessandra Taccia, who currently lives in Cambridge, England, explores everyday objects and life through her painting, breaking down the setting to the essential forms.
London-based studio practice Forest + Found use wood, textiles and other crafts to create works of art that are inspired by architectural structures, ancient landscapes and cultural objects.