Naomi Bikis is a ceramic artist based in East London who looks to blur the line between functional and sculptural, starting out the wheel first and altering them significantly afterward.
Martha Sturdy is a talented sculptor from Vancouver, British Columbia, that uses a mixture of materials and has spent most of her life inspired by the nature that surrounds her in Canada.
Italian architect Michele Reginaldi has been questioning the proportions of space and the structures themselves in a study titled "Morphologies for Architecture" since the late 1980's.
New York based Ceramic artist Simone Bodmer-Turner collaborated with photographer Yudi El and stylist Leah Pipes Meltzer to showcase her rustic ceramics forms in a beautiful light.
This work by Damien Gernay captured my attention and made me think deeply about the textures and materials that he's using and how they could be intertwined to work in a functional manner.
Helsinki-based artist Collin Townsend Velkoff casts these sculptures in sand, allowing him to design cement forms that can then be casted onto organic stone that's buried beneath.
India-based design studio Raw Material have used marble offcuts, searching for beautiful patterns that might not be accepted for commercial use to create a collection of furniture and vessels.
Oxford based Spanish sculptor Jordi Raga Frances is studying the process of reduction and focuses heavily on the different proportions, gravitating towards the order in which we perceive a form.
Chicago based artist and designer Cody Hudson works in a graphical way, making his work very powerful by using bold colours and shapes in unique ways that distract your eye.
Eric Tine is based in Southern California where he set up his studio in 2013 that focuses on furniture and product design for the home, making clean and simple works that have a playfulness about them.
This new collaboration by set designer Pernille Andersen and furniture designer Maria Bruun titled 'New Sculptural Minimalism' showcases their vision to give Danish design a bold, new direction.
I came across the work of product designer Corie Humble who has been working with leather, but in the past few years has transitioned to designing objects for the home and mobiles from metal.