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.
These works by Marta Ayala Herrera inspired me indeed, a Spanish designer who is interested in exploring the relationship between the human and their environment through objects alone.
The furniture that I'm showcasing here highlights Scottish designer Tristan Cochrane's experimentation using concrete, casting these pieces using various moulding techniques.
The work of Silversmith Lone Lovschal really intrigued me, not only are her skills in the field of metalwork impressive, she can also design and make works that are functional and beautiful.
Every so often you come across a designer who has a distinct style and Aldo Bakker is one of those. A designer who looks for timeless form but at same time approaches from a unique angle.
Norwegian artist and designer Ann Kristin Einarsen has a background in visual art but has transitioned a lot of this knowledge over to her functional design work. Here we present some imagery.
This furniture made by British designer Mark Laban has been made from light wood such as maple and oak, looking deeper in to the production unveils many interesting things.
Designed by Tamer Nakisci for Turkish glassware brand Nude, these are made from clear, corrugated crystal with a ripple effect running throughout. This effect was what attracted me to these vases.
This project founded by Vincent Colet named Fathers Edition has a goal of discovering overlooked design pieces that he believes have their rightful place among the classics of design history.
Using strict ideals, Danish designer Berit Mogensen Lopez has a great eye for composition in her works of art, blending shape and colour to produce prints that are really unique.
Working in collaboration with experienced glass makers, designer Paul Loebach has been able to produce a double-walled teapot and cup that eliminate the need for a handle.