Bestlite, A Bauhaus Icon Designed by Robert Dudley Best

I took some time out to visit some events and exhibitions this weekend in London, which certainly added to the creativity bank. One was a ceramic show where I found some new talent and got up-close and personal with some interesting textures/shapes, the other was the ‘Extraordinary Stories about Ordinary Things’ collection at the Design Museum that they have on permanent …

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Workroom, A Family Project

I found this great little project today that I’ve not come across before titled Workroom that’s run by father and daughter team Rebecca and Douglas Snelling. This concept reminds me of Nikole Herriott who also collaborates with her father Lance, they started a quaint little company a while back called Herriot Grace that makes handmade objects such as wooden spoons and bowls. It’s nice to see family run businesses if I’m honest, I’ve always …

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50’s – 70’s Lamps and Lighting

Today I’ve been looking at some lighting and lamp inspiration, Serge Mouille was my last exploration into the field but today we’re going to look at a variety of different designers thanks to the Mid Mod Design shop who always impress with their variety of objects. For a few months now I’ve been intrigued by different lighting fixtures and their form, it’s quite incredible the amount of different ways you can go with it in my opinion. Plus it’s such …

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The Pleat Box by Xavier Manosa & Mashallah

Personally, it’s hard for me to think of anything I enjoy more than watching products being made. I just love to see each intricate process and how this shapes the final products appearance and function. So as we wind down from our busy schedule before the big release of our shop on monday, why not join us in watching a collaborative lamp being made between Xavier Manosa and Mashallah. First up we get a little trans …

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