Italian architect Michele Reginaldi has been questioning the proportions of space and the structures themselves in a study titled "Morphologies for Architecture" since the late 1980's.
I'm pleased to let you know that we have received a new shipment of metal cans by Japanese studio Syuro, fronted by Japanese interior designer Masuko Unayama, in brass, copper and tin.
This is the work of talented Dutch artist Simon Oud, a maker inspired by landscape that's based in Amsterdam. He constructs these metal objects by hand from both zinc and brass.
At the moment we stock most of the works that Rieko Fujimoto is currently producing, so it was nice to see her expand her line-up with this brass butter spreader, spoon and salad fork.
This particular series by Antwerp based Nortstudio is titled 'Urban Shapes' and consists of a series of shapes made from wood, steel and aluminium that connect to make a seating solution.
A series of tables by designer Davide G. Aquini who has used geometric shapes and materials often found in modern architecture to create architectural shapes that are aesthetically pleasing but functional.
Art Industrial consists of a collection of one of a kind furniture handmade by the Industrial workers at Allaert Aluminium in collaboration with the designers at Studio Dessuant Bone.
Eric Tine is based in Southern California where he set up his studio in 2013 that focuses on furniture and product design for the home, making clean and simple works that have a playfulness about them.
Kateryna Sokolova is the founder of SOKOLOVA design studio and has produced this set of vases titled "Suprematic", a nod to the geometric works of Suprematist artist Kazimir Malevich.
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.
It's been a while since we last put together a feature, but this time we collaborated with photographer Kazuhiro Shiraishi and asked if he would go to the studio of metalworker Naho Kamada.
New works by SyuRo have arrived, a Japanese studio founded by Masuko Unayama in 2000 as she was inspired by the small factories crafting using the so called 'Monozukuri' philosophy.