Work by Laurent Martin-Lo, a British sculptor who uses his deep knowledge on the properties of bamboo to create tension, weight and movement in his hanging sculptures.
Based in Detroit, Korean Designer Nino Cho explores empty space to find function, trying to blur the line between an art object and a functional product in her series of Constructivist works.
Jessica is a Canadian photographer who creates an assortment of abstract compositions, these vibrant colours and unique geometric shapes are created entirely within the camera.
This work by Sydney-based sculptor Morgan Shimeld is based on the principles of modernist architecture and design, cast forms welded and fabricated from bronze and steel.
London-based artist Gerry Keon looks to work with simple elements, with his series titled Winter Mixture he has merged block shapes and colour to create an intriguing set of artworks
Australian artist Richard Whitley uses a concept of 'abstract negative space' in his medium of glass sculpture, making space itself it's own form and allowing us to see "nothing" in a solid material.
Titled after the book On the Art of Building, this series is an exploration in how we define space, wanting to break down the complex nature of structure and reduce to essential elements.
With his aim being to find an uncommon form through experimentation, Jeonghwa Seo has designed a selection of furniture and deskware exploring the structure of functional objects.
The reduction of architectural elements to their bare essentials, using concrete to create clean looking forms without any ornamental value.
One thing I've been pretty chuffed with lately is a new addition to the office space, a Vitsoe 606 universal shelving system. As you can imagine, when assembling it made me think about flat pack furniture and why there's not many high quality systems out there in the market. For example, you'll ofte
Secretly I've been saving up for a gift, a treat for myself that I've been umming and arring over for some time. To be honest, I don't know why I've been debating as it's a worthy investment, and it was designed by one of my favourite designers, so that's a definite seller for me! The "thing" is the
One individual that I’ve had my beady little eye on is Japanese maker Keiichi Tanaka, who I happened to write about last year alongside fellow Japanese creator Aya Omachi. So as I was searching for more information, also hoping that I’d run across new work I hadn’t seen before, it seemed to be