The KOSE collection was made to rediscover artisanal handicraft in this new technological age, designing simple-looking objects that are pure in shape and their material.
Living in New York, Japanese Artist Hiroyuki Hamada's main point of exploration is sculpture, but he also uses prints and drawings as a starting point for all his artworks.
Venezuelan artist Jose Gabriel Fernandez produces work using acrylic gesso on plywood to create reliefs, as well as fibreglass for his simplistic three-dimensional sculpture.
Using mainly primary colours on ceramic oval forms Japanese artist and sculptor Jun Kaneko has been able to create appealing artworks that still look contemporary today.
Looking almost like glaciers, or jagged blocks of ice jutting out from the landscape, these cast glass structures are made by Emma Camden at her studio in Whanganui, New Zealand.
Fernando Mastrangelo has been trying to buck the trend by using materials such as salt, sand and rock to create functional, minimalist outdoor and indoor furniture solutions.
Dutch photographer Pim Leenen believes that there is a secret life hidden behind materials that at first glance seem self-evident, he hopes to capture this new meaning.
Ilona's goal is to "touch people with purity and soberness", creating ceramics that are beautiful to the mind and eye, functional but at the same time as aesthetically pleasing.
Often using metal, wood or a mixture of the two, Brazilian artist Ascanio MMM is able to experiment with different angles and volumes to create unique sculptural geometric formations.
Karl Zahn has combined his experience of crafting both wood and metal to create this wonderful collection of sculptural forms for the home, blending in well with a contemporary setting.
Watch this brilliant documentary by Goldmark on Lee Kang-Hyo, one of Korea's finest living potters, where they visit his studio where he creates a mixture of tableware and sculpture.
These fantastic architectural sculptures by Nicholas Lees have symmetrical rings spanning the entire body, which are then manipulated slightly to create an illusionary effect on the eye.