Benkert is a family owned business in Bavaria run by Gerhard Benkert, a creative who had a brain wave and decided to explore a brand new project, creating sculptures that can be sat in.
A selection of miniature architectural models casted from concrete by Studio Material Immaterial that reference some of the most influential concrete architecture of the last century.
Spanish artist Carla Cascales Alimbau is currently exhibiting her work at Castellana 22 Gallery in Madrid, consisting of a number of sculptures, all made from marble, wood and stone.
Los Angeles based designer Brian Thoreen has made this furniture collection using a mixture of glass, cast bronze and marble to stack the elements, ordering them to create a sense of harmony.
This series of vases by product designer Sam Anderson is titled 'Gather', the idea behind these is to extend the process of arranging the flowers by guiding the user with the overall shape of the vessel.
I've had my eyes on Jenni Rope's work for a while now. This talented creative who lives and works in Helsinki channels her thinking across a number of mediums, including painting and sculpture.
The furniture that I'm showcasing here highlights Scottish designer Tristan Cochrane's experimentation using concrete, casting these pieces using various moulding techniques.
David Bill is the son of Jakob Bill, a fellow artist and son of Bauhaus student and architect Max Bill. David follows in a similar vein to his family and designs modern and intriguing sculptures.
We visit the former home and studio of sculptor Karl Duldig and his wife, artist and inventor, Slawa Duldig Horowitz in Melbourne, Australia. Inspiring creatives who experimented in art and design.
This project founded by Vincent Colet named Fathers Edition has a goal of discovering overlooked design pieces that he believes have their rightful place among the classics of design history.
One maker who caught my attention was talented British artist Susan Phillips, who has been constructing these unique geometric sculptures from porcelain and creating intriguing architectural spaces.
Eric Roinestad is a ceramicist, designer and art director who is based in Los Angeles. He was born and raised in California and now designs unique sculptural objects for interiors and the home.