Spun Prism by Umut Yamac. Copper, Mercerised cotton, Stainless steel British architect, sculptor and designer Umut Yamac works with a refined, minimal language, exploring the intersections between light, movement and space. Some of his three-dimensional objects explore how volume can be created thro
Wow. So inspired by Brooklyn-based artist Heather McKenna and her wonderful paintings. Some works are part of her ‘Inclinations’ series for an exhibit at the Spencer Brownstone Gallery in New York that took place in 2018. Admittedly this was a little while back, but I thought the combina
I believe we undervalue the passion behind the companies who are integrating handicraft in to their overall concept. To create a series of consistent designs across a whole collection that link good design with craftsmanship, not just from a visual sense but also taking in to consideration the maker
Based in Lübeck, Germany, Schneid studio, founded by Niklas and Julia Jessen, specialises in experimenting with light and lighting fixtures to create a unique atmosphere in any space.
New York based Ana Kraš' Bonbon Lamp for HAY is a hand-woven lantern that is made by wrapping cotton-wool yarn around powder-coated steel frames to create unique lampshades.
The geometric shapes attached to these free hanging lights were discovered through the experimentation of lines and dots on paper by Spanish designers Alvaro Goula and Pablo Figuera.
The New Old Light is a series of lighting that that Kimu Design have been working on this year and keeps them on their journey of finding new soul in old living objects.
French design studio YMER&MALTA asked six contemporary designers to produce six designs with the same principles as the famous Akari collection designed by Isamu Noguchi in 1951.
James Turrell is a master at using light, he sets up the spaces to create illusions and has now used over forty years of experience in this trickery to construct a truly one of a kind experience.
Industrial Designer Samy Rio has spent many years researching the uses of bamboo in industrial applications, trying to manipulate this material and use it to his advantage.
This work by Copper Industrial Design, founded by award winning Industrial Designers Edward Linacre and Viktor Legin, is very inspiring indeed and all made locally to their studio in Australia.
Canadian artist and all around creative Phillip Low has made this exciting collection of sculpture constructed from a colourless acrylic that is polished to varying degrees.