Jean Louis Iratzoki tends to work with small furniture producers but also dabbles in other areas of the craft field, such as pottery and metal work.
Apologies to all of you who have been looking for good video content. I have come across a few short films on my travels but they’ve not really ticked all the right boxes. Some were in a foreign language, which doesn’t really help in terms of inspiration, well unless the imagery is absolutely su
It didn't take long for me to step back in to my architectural ways, I feel like it's been a bit heavy on the subject lately and that I haven't given anything else a chance to soak through. To be honest, it could be down to a couple of books that came in to the shop last week relating to a few certa
Last time I talked about Iittala I highlighted their new ceramic collection titled Sarjaton which is based on Finnish heritage with a crafted touch. At the time I was actually hunting for some photographs of the glassware that Iittala produce being made in their workshop, I was particularly interest
I always seem to be landing on the Heath Ceramics webpage so why it's taken me this long to bring across an article from them is a little beyond me. There's no time like the present to resurrect this however which is why I've raided their "Art of Making" section as a little nod to the work that they