South Korean artist Bomi Lee has constructed porcelain vessels that are made by cutting rectangular and hexagonal forms out of clay and overlapping in unusual ways.
Inspired by the likes of Wassily Kandinsky and Edvard Munch, Koshiro Onchi was a pioneer of abstract art in Japan, he also modernised printmaking and paved the way for other artists.
Formerly a musician, Korean maker Jong-Sun Bahk creates minimalistic furniture of exquisite craftsmanship, having a unique ability to clear away all excess and exclude adornment.
Mie Yokouchi creates her urushi works by applying mugi-urushi (a mixture of flour and lacquer) on linen cloth and Japanese paper, here we feature a few photos from inside her workshop.
Australian artist Richard Whitley uses a concept of 'abstract negative space' in his medium of glass sculpture, making space itself it's own form and allowing us to see "nothing" in a solid material.
Linked to architecture and construction, Esther Stasse has used her education at the Gerrit Rietveld Academy to create ceramic sculpture based on a complex formation of shapes.
Marc Morro is co-founder of AOO, a small furniture company from Barcelona that aims to make simple everyday objects that explore the functionality in anonymous furniture.
This photography by Claudia Garcia-Mauriño really struck a chord with me, in this series her search for simplicity and harmony has been matched well with the Japanese culture.
A brilliant selection of furniture and home goods by De JONG, a family owned operation run in Los Angeles by five siblings who span a number of different disciplines.
As we finally approach summer there’s been many new additions to the shop, one that’s been eagerly awaited here is a collection of ceramics by Japanese potter Keiichi Tanaka.
New tableware at OEN shop made by husband and wife duo Katsuhisa and Mizuho Hira of Studio Prepa. Their work really sums up the Japanese philosophy of simplicity and understated beauty.
Louise Gray has reinterpreted the art of quilting using modern design as a means to keep the craft alive, making this pastime both appealing and relevant for our time.