French designer Chistophe Delcourt's furniture company was launched in the late 90's and he always had the ethos that a piece of furniture is a "long term investment, a true companion for life".
Germans Ermics, a Latvian designer currently based in Amsterdam, recently collaborated with Frame to make a short film that explores his use of glass to make unique pieces of furniture.
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.
I liked the work of Martin Szekely, partly thanks to his collection of furniture that centres around a square or a rectangle shape, orientating them to create furniture that's stacked upwards or sideways.
This series of vases by product designer Sam Anderson is titled 'Gather', the idea behind these is to extend the process of arranging the flowers by guiding the user with the overall shape of the vessel.
These works by Japanese designer Mikiya Kobayashi really appealed to me, he has taken traditional elements but has hoped to elevate them in a functional manner and use natural materials to help him.
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.
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.
Polish designer Malgorzata Bany now lives and works in London and brings forward her study of Fine Art to the fields of function and objects, creating seating and objects from various materials.
Swedish designer Jonas Wagell collaborated with From the Bay, a Taiwan-based company to create a range of contemporary lighting, furniture and objects for their first collection.
This is a project by Tasmania-based studio IN-TERIA that is lead by designer Karryn Dargie and architect Dean Baird who are looking to mix contemporary and traditional concepts.
We were captivated by this furniture made by the Poiat architecture and design office, a collaboration of three young designers Antti Rouhunkoski, Timo Mikkonen and Marco Rodriguez.