There are certain methods that craftsmen use that can completely blow your mind. Today’s maker Hiroyuki Mori is based in Tokushima, Japan and is using one of them. He specialises in the technique of ‘Tsukiita’ that requires the use of thin, paper-like sheets of wood that are then bonde
Even though some of our features are short and sweet, I think it’s important to see inside the maker’s studio and get a sense of their working methods. Seeing an object on the computer screen you sometimes fail to recognise the dedication, skill, and human connection behind such craft. For this
Joseph Magliaro lives in New York and works in the art and design fields but this series titled Cast Cairns is particularly fascinating as he worked with the bronze workers at the Carl Auböck factory in Vienna.
Lucia Lienhard-Giesinger in Bregenz, Austria founded Bosna Quilts in collaboration with a number of Bosnian artisans to create these special contemporary quilts all crafted by hand.
Rüdiger's sculptures are handmade at his studio located in a disused factory in the northern part of the Black Forest, a mountain range in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany.
This short video series by Edwin Lee focuses on Japanese craftsmen, which this particular piece on craftsman Kinzaburo Kitamura who makes incense sticks and fragrances in Osaka, Japan.
I was drawn to the works of Allison Samuel, an artist and maker who owns a studio called Two Tree Studios in Brooklyn, New York and handcrafts these beautiful objects and utensils from wood.
Robert Wiezorek is a German filmmaker who undertook the project of documenting the work of a traditional pottery workshop called Asahiyaki in Uji, a city just south of Kyoto in Japan.
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.
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.
Established by August Stattmann in 1896, today the Stattmann Neue Moebel workshop is headed by Nicola and Oliver Stattmann, fourth generation to succeed this family business.