As creatives we often think about our relationship with objects from a human perspective. Why do we connect with such an object? What kind of atmosphere do they give off? But we don’t necessarily think about the components that make up these objects. There’s no doubt that we need to be m
I wanted to highlight this fantastic series titled 'Curv' that consists of a table and chair designed by Swiss-based designer Jörg Boner for German furniture makers Stattmann.
I was very much intrigued by this ceramic collection by Switzerland-based Japanese potter Taiko Amont for OKRO, a company who develops objects in collaboration with different designers.
Swiss-French designer Julie Richoz recently designed a collection of vases with with Nouvel Studio titled 'Isla' in blown glass that celebrates the chromatic richness of glass as a material.
Swiss artist Yvonne Robert's main focus is pure experimentation with colour and shape, wanting to make exciting compositions that abstract physical representations of an object or setting.
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.
Rosemarie Auberson is a painter whose work combines collage, painting and drawing. Her work is abstract, using thin but also bold lines, and bright contradictory colours.
Margrit Linck made ceramics in Heimberg, Switzerland between 1940 and 1980. Realising her calling she started to develop fresh and timeless forms that could stand the test of time.
Marcel Meili, Markus Peter Architects have a fantastic website that acts as an archive and gives you dates of each build and the exact location, making it both simple and functional.
Many times I have thought about what it would be like to be raised in a different country. As a resident of the Midwestern United States, I have experienced the vast planes and sunlit tree lines of rural expanses. These various stimuli have sensitized me to the natural world, informing my aesthetic
These studio houses and homes by Swiss Peter Kunz architects are absolutely superb, a fantastic mix of glass and concrete, with the stripped back white walls inside adding a unique contrast. All of these builds are light traps, designed with the big glass windows to really let the light penetrate th
Exterior shots of the Chapelle Notre Dame du Haut taken by Paul Koslowski for Foundation Le Corbusier in 1997. Through my own research on Tadao Ando it’s been interesting to see the link between his concrete structures and Le Corbusier’s buildings and architecture. It all made sense when I saw t