Ida Linea Hildebrand has designed this collection of furniture and objects that are fairly sculptural, using simple shapes and forms to convey her ideas in to functional everyday objects.
Marion Fortat has integrated an unpredictable element in to her working process with this series titled 'GUM', vases that are formed and then disfigured in the construction phase.
Danish glass artist Tobias Møhl uses subtle shifts in pattern to create a fossil like appearance, which makes his abstract vessels both captivating and refreshing on the eye.
Often I stumble across inspiration randomly whilst searching for individuals that we could represent in the shop. Before we opened I would have to go looking for, or sometimes pushing, a specific subject, which didn't always lead to an interesting article or post. Saying that, now I often get led to
The last two days I've been spending quite a lot of time dedicated to scouring Denmark to see what I can find in terms of craftsmen and women, be this ceramic, metal, glass, or wood workers so hopefully we can bring a few of these individuals to light here in the next few weeks. In the meantime whil
It's hard to grumble at a little Nordic inspiration to start the week off so I've brought across the work of Swedish creative Maria Kristofersson as I really enjoyed browsing over her ceramic collection this weekend. Maria is often noted for her rugged yet quirky creations that hold quite an individ
I'm positive you'll all agree that we've had some absolutely stunning furniture featured on the blog over the past month, I've had a blast learning about all these different designers and their works. I'm not sure when it will come to an end, but it's really intriguing to find out the history behind
Since opening up his own studio in 1995 architect Craig Steely has been turning heads with his creations, gaining recognition from the American Institute of Architects and getting published in the likes of Dwell, New York and Los Angeles Times. So it’s hardly surprising when browsing through his w
So this short filmed piece from Nordic design firm Muuto is perhaps a little more lighthearted than traditionally shared here on the site, but thats not without noting the beautiful design at the core of this creative project. I actually really enjoyed this piece as their team got inventive with how
Well this is what I like to find, a website full of inspiring imagery by one of my favourite furniture designers Hans J. Wegner. Hans was born in 1914 in Tønder, Denmark and was the son of a shoemaker originally starting out as an apprentice cabinetmaker before working as an architect in 1938. At a
It's not the first time that I've mentioned Mjolk here on the website and their beautiful little shop in Toronto, Canada. Since I've never really had a chance to showcase any of their design orientated products I thought it would be a perfect chance for me to get hold of some imagery and showcase it