Many architectural projects are so fragmented that it’s difficult for the architect or main designer to really put their own stamp on a project. This can often have long lasting effects, creating a property that’s not that cohesive overall and fails to hit the exact creative direction th
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.
Louis Reith is a Dutch artist who is based in Zetten, Netherlands and has created this series of collages that are juxtaposed with bold shapes, architectural spaces, landscapes and other artefacts.
A project by Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne named 'bottle-up' who have made a series from empty bottles that are part of an initiative to solve the trouble of glass waste on the island of Zanzibar.
This series of table designs by Truly Truly, founded by Australian designers Joel & Kate Booy, reminded me of the inspirations in nature and how one flash of light can illuminate an idea in the mind.
Dutch label Puik, under the art direction of Tineke Beunders of Ontwerpduo design, looks to represent contemporary dutch designers and give a platform for them to put their ideas in to reality.
Working in collaboration with various independent craftsmen, Iraqi born designer Hozan Zangana has been able to make unique objects that obscure the functionality of the piece at hand.
Dutch designer and craftsman Djim Berger has pushed a mixture of porcelain and polystyrene to the limits, creating this fantastic series of monolithic-looking stools and benches.
Eindhoven-based South Korean designer Seung Binyang has applied ott-chil to paper to make a new material for tableware that's waterproof, durable, sterilised and eco-friendly.
Design studio OS & OOS, run and founded by Dutch designers Oskar Peet and Sophie Mensen, have tried to play with light in unusual ways with their series of glass sculptures called "Perspectives".
Sabine Marcelis coins her work "magical moments within materiality", a creative approach to the manufacturing process, using the constraints of industrial design to create new possibilities.
Steven Banken has researched woodworking machinery and craft to create furniture where wooden parts are partially sawn, then glued together to create slight curvature.