I’ve referenced the work of Josef Albers many times in the past. I admire Alber’s work in two ways specifically, one being his constant use of repetition, especially his exploration of the square in his ‘Study for Homage to the Square’ series. I see it as a process of meditat
While most buildings have visually interesting elements, the history and stories locked away, combined with the patterns, colours, and forms used by the different architects throughout the ages give each each one a certain edge. This is also the case with Irina Razumovskaya’s ceramic collectio
The relationship between between our physical environment and the inspirations that make up all art or design is very fascinating. Design collective Furnishing Utopia, who we previously mentioned in 2018 with their brilliant collection interpreting the work of the Shakers, have put together their mo
Looking at a skyline, it is the outline of different shapes that is most prominent. This is also the most remarkable element of Spanish-designer Romina Gris’ ceramic Skyline collection. Handmade in Montgat, Barcelona, this collection consists of five uniquely-shaped vases, inspired by postmode
This object titled TRAY by Finnish Designer Lotta Nieminen is a storage system that's an interesting twist on a basic serving tray, when disassembled the different mats can be used in a variety of ways.
I liked the work of Martin Szekely, partly thanks to his collection of furniture that centres around a square or a rectangle shape, orientating them to create furniture that's stacked upwards or sideways.
Swedish designer Jonas Wagell collaborated with From the Bay, a Taiwan-based company to create a range of contemporary lighting, furniture and objects for their first collection.
Niels Hvass and Christina Strand of design studio Strand+Hvass, which is located in Copenhagen, set about to design furniture that's modern, functional and well-balanced.
This work seen here by Brooklyn design studio Uhuru is a collection of industrial furniture under the name 'Tack End', which is constructed by zig-zagging and joining sheets of hand-blackened steel.
Yui Yaegashi, a young Japanese painter who lives and works in Tokyo, loosely inspires all of her beautiful artworks, also named "short stories", on the patterns and colours found in textiles.
Norwegian designer Falke Svatun Lirhus is focused on making functional objects that integrate within the home, such as furniture, homewares, and other works that have a theatrical twist.
I've been drooling over this architecture that's been captured by talented photographer Sebastian Weiss, he's been able to capture some interesting architectural details.