James Turrell is a master at using light, he sets up the spaces to create illusions and has now used over forty years of experience in this trickery to construct a truly one of a kind experience.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.
Tokujin Yoshioka has long been experimenting with light and space, creating some fantastic exhibits and sculptures to challenge the environments that we live in.
Imagery from my travels to the Eames House in LA, which had a fantastic array of objects inside such as a Calder sculpture and pottery from India.
I feel like over the years my taste has been pretty consistent, even when I was just dipping my feet in as a younger designer I was drawn to the act of simplicity and clean lines. It didn't really matter what it was, whether a building, a painting, a piece of clothing, or magazines and books, I sens
I’ve been thinking about making some of my own furniture over the last few days, maybe drawing up some concepts and playing around with different woods or metals. This has probably come about due to an interview I watched a few days ago featuring Ward Bennett, the popular American designer, ar
I found this great little project today that I’ve not come across before titled Workroom that’s run by father and daughter team Rebecca and Douglas Snelling. This concept reminds me of Nikole Herriott who also collaborates with her father Lance, they started a quaint little company a while back
I’ve always been fascinated with Muji and their branding, particularly on the Japanese side where they seem to evolve and expand at an alarming rate. They remain true to their ethos and show that you can become successful even if you make simple and basic items that we all need, and express a
An absolutely stunning experimental project made by Ethan Chancer. Obviously the title of this piece is basically the date in which it was produced, but it’s a great little video that deserves some admiration. It might remind you of the Kendy videos that we’ve showed before on the site,
Photographer Olga Bennett lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. I was lucky enough to come across all this wonderful imagery whilst browsing her portfolio, specifically this project titled ‘Environments’. The idea of this series was to document creative spaces, mainly in and around th