If you are looking for pure creativity and freedom then look no further than the work of New York based Japanese designer Yuko Nishikawa. I stumbled in to her ceramic work and later fell upon the series ‘Beans, Pinecones, Umbrellas’ that builds on Yuko’s interest in hanging mobiles
If we look back at Alvar Aalto and the other icons of the modernist design we have take in to account that this aesthetic has become a particular style or category in design. Whether that’s good or bad can be debated, but the film grain aesthetic, which obviously matches that specific time per
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
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.
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 think well designed shelving can subtly add that much needed structure to a minimal and open plan home, keeping all your essentials neatly tucked together. Not surprisingly Dieter Rams shelving system for Vitsoe would be the go to unit for most of us, however I was impressed with the work of young