Introduction When I came across American architect Naomi Pollock‘s new book on Japanese Design I knew I had to reach out and see if we could put together something for the blog that might inspire. Naomi’s new book ‘Japanese Design Since 1945: A Complete Sourcebook’ is very im
We recently released the ‘Kino Stool’ by Memo Furniture in collaboration with Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro. Born in Okinawa, Kensaku studied at the Polytechnic School in Milan and worked at Barber & Osgerby in London. Oshiro used the inspiration of the surrounding Seattle landsc
We used a bit of down time to update our feature on TRUCK Furniture, showcasing photos from our trip to Japan where we visited the workshop, showroom and cafe late last year.
Our newest feature gives us a look inside the Hornvarefabrikken atelier in Bovlingbjerg, Denmark where their craftsmen create beautiful hornwares to stand the test of time.
It's a great pleasure to bring you this new feature with Japanese photographer Hideaki Hamada. Hideaki is a creative that I’ve wanted to interview for a while, it’s only now that I’ve been able to get some of the translation issues smoothed out. Although Hideaki knows English, for the in-depth
As you may already know, I don't really like to rehash old articles for the website. I prefer to bring you something new and unique that is more of a documentation of someone's work, or working processes, instead of a piece that won't be of any use in a few months time. One designer that I thought w
Today I’m proud to present to you all our newest feature, an interview with Los Angeles potter and sculptor Adam Silverman. As the years roll on and the site develops I always appreciate the creatives that I get to interview and the conversations I have with them. Just like you, I’m a fan myself
It’s been a long time coming, a new interview has finally blessed our feature section! This time featuring Chicago based furniture maker and designer Jason Lewis. Jason and I have been meaning to put something together for a while, but both of our schedules clashed, so it took us some time going b
Since some of you are regulars to the blog but can't always check back with the site itself, I decided to write a quick post notifying you all of a new interview/feature that went live a few days back. We got together with American artist and sculptor Rodger Stevens, who we've long been admirers of
This week we have a special feature for you all of you to enjoy, putting this together has been one of my favorite to date, it’s always a pleasure to work with imagery and content like this. Plus, I know this particular feature in question is going to be enjoyed across the whole web and in many co