Industryplus combines experimental industrial design techniques with artisanal craftsmanship, producing functional objects at an obtainable price that are still beautiful enough to cherish.
Deborah Ehrlich crafts these beautiful vessels on paper before handing it over to an experienced Swedish glassblower, resulting in a truly fantastic collection of glassware.
Titled Paper series, Australian designer Hayden Youlley has been able to create an unusual surface texture on his porcelain tableware mimicking the crumpled nature of paper as a material.
It's rare to see a potter with a designers hat on, but British potter Matthew Warner has balanced his inner craftsman well with his stunning collection of porcelain tableware.
Karl Zahn has combined his experience of crafting both wood and metal to create this wonderful collection of sculptural forms for the home, blending in well with a contemporary setting.
A truly exquisite collection of glassware designed by Belgian creative Anna Torfs, her work consists of layered forms that are structurally simplistic, stripping back any unnecessary elements.
Wona Bae's background in Japanese Ikebana and Kokozi, the Korean equivalent, helped her develop this nursery-cum-studio titled Loose Leaf in Melbourne, Australia.
A series of five unique lamps by Portuguese designer Carlos Borges, with his inspiration being the artistic and architectural philosophy of Constructivism.
Mary Gaudin's newest project saw her travel to New Zealand, armed with a camera to document beautiful modernist houses for her newest book.
Bold and jagged shapes by Philadelphia based ceramicist Ian Andersson, who deconstructs traditional utilitarian forms that we use everyday.
Danish designer Torben Jørgensen creates these fantastic glass vessels that seem to defy gravity, using three dimensional forms to reflect light.
Designer Martin Moeller's project Ply Candy is all about the production of plywood furniture that's environmentally friendly and functional.