We wanted to give our readers news about our first ever publication, OEN Issue 1, and offer a discounted price before we release it to the public and other shops to sell. Thanks for all your support!
Mikiya Kobayashi is a talented Japanese designer and has produced a collection of functional tableware inspired by the natural landscape that all have beautiful undulating curves.
Andreu Carulla, a Spanish designer, is looking to explore materials and "old-school" techniques which has led him to adapt his Bernardes Collection design for the Japanese market.
The Holo Collection is a series of furniture designed by Milan-based Japanese designer Kensaku Oshiro that has a elliptical shape running throughout all the pieces as a theme.
I'm excited to receive a new selection of glassware from long-awaited craftsman Yuki Osako, all of which have been painstakingly and finely handcrafted at her studio in Kanazawa, Japan.
Keiichi Sakai is a new maker added to the shop that I’m really proud to represent, producing a selection of handmade wooden objects from his studio in Kakamigahara city in Japan.
Canadian designer Zoe Mowat has designed this new cabinet for Japanese brand Ariake that takes traditional elements from Japanese culture and incorporates them in to a modern design.
We have now stocked a selection of new work by talented Japanese craftsman Kentaro Ooyu of Dairoku, a woodworking studio that makes furniture and tableware in Aomori Prefecture, Japan.
As a follow up to our pre-order post regarding the woodworks of Kihachi Workshop we are pleased to have received a new shipment of beautiful handmade wooden vessels from them.
It's been a crazy few weeks here and we've had an influx of products, so this time we wanted to share new ceramics that we received from potter Misa Kumabuchi of studio Mushimegane Books.
A new maker called Tomoaki Nakano has found his way in to the shop and we're very happy to release a selection of his beautiful lacquerware that's handmade at his studio in Japan.
A small sale on the remaining selection of ceramics by Japanese potter Misa Kumabuchi of Mushimegane Books, all handmade at her studio in Hyogo. Grab them while you still can!