Working in collaboration with various independent craftsmen, Iraqi born designer Hozan Zangana has been able to make unique objects that obscure the functionality of the piece at hand.
Japanese designer Shinya Oguchi has produced this prototype table titled Layer that can rotate to expand the overall footprint, as well as offer extra storage space for the user to use.
Michael Chichi is a photographer and designer based in Hawaii. His photographic work mainly explores nature and natural elements that surround us.
An interesting selection of furniture by Japanese designer Yukari Hotta, whose interest in the aesthetic principles of Nordic and Japanese design inspires much of her work.
Reeta, who recently graduated from the Aalto University School of Arts and Design, has focused on non-repeating elements in her textile design, looking at fabric as if it was a canvas or artwork.
This collection of Reed Glass, designed by Swedish creative Staffan Holm, is part of a series titled 'Anamorphic objects', which is about exploring movement in everyday objects.
Guillaume Bardet, who between September 2009 and 2010 sketched one object a day, sourced the help of 14 local ceramicists in Dieulefit, a region in southern France, to produce them.
Eindhoven-based South Korean designer Seung Binyang has applied ott-chil to paper to make a new material for tableware that's waterproof, durable, sterilised and eco-friendly.
Through the ingenuity of the designers at Hikiyose they have been able to utilise all of the parts of a flat piece of wood, turning something two dimensional into a full three-dimensional object.
This studio is the brainchild of Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, also co-founders of the established creative agency under the name 'Studiopepe'. Here's a selection of experimental works from their portfolio.
Rhoda Baer has been working with glass for over ten years, and uses her career as a photographer to inspire a lot of her concepts in glass, as well as being influenced by minimalist perspectives.
Originally from northeast China, Gu Qi moved to Beijing and started to produce some of his designs with the help of a local artisans. Here's a mixture of pieces from his collection.