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.
I've been admiring these wonderful steel sculptures by German artist Stephan Siebers, who balances patinated steel sections to create an illusion of sorts in his artwork.
HALE, founded by self-taught designer Jonathan Nesci in 2006, has produced these fantastic industrial furnitures inspired by abstract artists such as Donald Judd and Josef Albers.
I thought I'd bring another familiar face back into the fold today as we revisit the work of traditional craftsman John Needman and his "Birth of a Tool" film series, which documents one of his tools being lovingly put together by hand. Previously I'd brought across the first instalment of the proje
What's most disappointing about the internet at the moment is the lack of information regarding past designers and architects. I find it highly frustrating searching for the designers webpage and they haven't even bothered investing in a place to showcase their work. Often this can be put on the hea
Today I came across this brilliant design studio named Gauzak and their furniture that they've been designing for Quattria, a company that sells and produces contemporary objects. Gauzak is actually made up of three individuals, Leire Pérez, Juan Tomás Carboneras and Arkaitz Arco, all of which spe
After my long stint of Ludwig Mies van der Rohe posts I've decided to write a short article on the Farnsworth House which caught my eye as I was reading a book about him last night. As the book ends it's quite disappointing to think my research might come to a halt here, hopefully I'll purchase seve
Today I thought I'd bring across some nice imagery of a chair and also some history and background to go alongside it. This specific piece, named sm05, was designed by Dutch designer Cees Braakman in 1958 and was one of the first chairs to be entirely fabricated from steel wire. It's a classic desig
I’ve been meaning to write a short article on the brilliant Tadao Ando for a little while now, he’s an amazing architect with a classic eye for form and structure. I’m not sure how I actually came across his works in the first place but I’ve had quite a fascination with materials and the con
We’ve posted photography by Canadian creative Thom Fougere before but thanks to our friends at Mjolk/Kitka I had the inspiration to return back to his personal website and found these nicely designed furniture pieces. In particular I picked out the Tyndall Table, Bench Rack and the Steel Wood Tabl