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.
Dk3 Furniture, founded by Danish designers Jacob Plejdrupand and his wife Ann Plejdrupand, started their company with the idea to re-establish some of the classics that have since been forgotten.
Even though Slovenian workshop Mitja are strongly orientated around their traditional expertise, they are trying to break the mould and bring a contemporary edge to their handiwork.
For this collection titled "Melting Point", Korean designer Kwangho Lee used a selection of marble and onyx slotted together nicely to construct a unique mixture of sculptural forms.
Ben Barber's main theme is exploring the character of shapes, looking to challenge conventional and established design archetypes and approach them with a new mindset.
Phil is from New Zealand but now makes from his studio in London. This collection is a stunner and is titled 'Herringbone', all of which have been handmade using a specific method of moulding.
Obed Vleugels is a Belgian creative who owns his own printing studio in the city of Mechelen and has been experimenting with shape to create these fantastic screen prints.
Brazilian designer Claudia Moreira Salles inspired me by combining soft, hard, cold and warm materials to create intrigue and function in a series of candle sticks and plant holders.
Organico is a small series by talented German designer Philipp Crass that takes inspiration from nature to create a new material that can be used in the construction of furniture.
Talented Australian designer Amee Allsop's collection 'The Pure Minimalist' is a series of furniture that uses an ash wood that has a clean but lightweight appearance.
Louis Reith is a Dutch artist who is based in Zetten, Netherlands and has created this series of collages that are juxtaposed with bold shapes, architectural spaces, landscapes and other artefacts.
A project by Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne named 'bottle-up' who have made a series from empty bottles that are part of an initiative to solve the trouble of glass waste on the island of Zanzibar.