Woodwork handmade by Taisuke Hirabayashi, a Japanese craftsman who turns functional objects from wood. Not only are they simple, they also have a distinct style of their own.
Korean designer Chaehoon Moon has been able to harness her country's traditions by working with two craftsmen, a lacquer artist and metalworker, to create stunning tableware.
Naho Kamada produces objects from brass, silver and aluminium at her studio, all of which are inspired by antique tea utensils, old cups, and other functional goods.
We commissioned photographer Shigekazu Shinya to capture OEN maker Maiko Okuno woodturning, applying lacquer, also sharpening and working with her tools.
A new maker at OEN shop is Hokkaido potter Kana Tozuka, her works represent a sprinkling of snow and the black-bronze ceramics are almost like antiques honouring a transition in time.
Japanese craftsman Yusuke Tazawa owns studio Think Forest! in in Ebina, Kanagawa Prefecture where he crafts these beautiful wooden trays. dishes and boxes by hand.
Marion Fortat has integrated an unpredictable element in to her working process with this series titled 'GUM', vases that are formed and then disfigured in the construction phase.
Inspired by the 'old pottery' of Japan and Korea, Hiroto Nakanishi makes vessels that are often deconstructed, vases with lots of facets and holes.