Kenji Fujita for Freeman Lederman Ceramic Coffee Pot/Pitcher

I’m not really one for sharing a single product or object but I thought today I’d break that mould and focus in on a rare modernist coffee pitcher that caught my eye over on Pintrest. It’s been designed by Japanese ceramist Kenji Fujita for American Studio Freeman Lederman back in the 50?s and for me it has a real timeless aspect to it. I enjoyed it’s human like figure from behind which many …

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A Mixture of Furniture Works by Jean Prouvé

Last night I went on a bit of a knowledge jaunt and sent myself back in time to find out about previous designers, philosophers and thinkers, something I’ve found myself doing more and more of over the past year. My library of design books is slowly reaching the realms of uncontrollable, but I can’t bare to part with them as they offer an abundance of inspiration on a regular basis. One book I’ve yet to acquire is about …

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Wright Auction House, Furniture by Børge Mogensen

Yesterday a fine fellow pointed me towards the Wright auction house website, a company that’s based in Chicago, Illinois. They’re known world over for specialising in modern and contemporary design, selling architect designed furniture from individuals such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Frank Gehry, Charles and Ray Eames, Alvar Aalto and Hans J Wegner. But …

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