Talented Australian designer Amee Allsop's collection 'The Pure Minimalist' is a series of furniture that uses an ash wood that has a clean but lightweight appearance.
South Korean designer Byung Hoon Choi has studied design and crafts extensively throughout his career, working closely with craftsmen to make his ideas come to fruition.
This particular series by Antwerp based Nortstudio is titled 'Urban Shapes' and consists of a series of shapes made from wood, steel and aluminium that connect to make a seating solution.
A series of tables by designer Davide G. Aquini who has used geometric shapes and materials often found in modern architecture to create architectural shapes that are aesthetically pleasing but functional.
A project by Hubert and Elisabeth van Doorne named 'bottle-up' who have made a series from empty bottles that are part of an initiative to solve the trouble of glass waste on the island of Zanzibar.
Francesco Balzano is a French designer who has been constructing a series of unique furniture from marble, using textures in the marble to bring out a similar warmth to metal in his work.
I found a kindred spirit in Terkel Skou Steffensen, a Danish designer currently based in Copenhagen, whose portfolio consists of contemporary furniture, lighting and homeware design.
French designer Chistophe Delcourt's furniture company was launched in the late 90's and he always had the ethos that a piece of furniture is a "long term investment, a true companion for life".
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 liked the work of Martin Szekely, partly thanks to his collection of furniture that centres around a square or a rectangle shape, orientating them to create furniture that's stacked upwards or sideways.
Founded in 2007 in Melbourne by craftsman and designer George Harper, TIDE designs and produces handmade furniture with the goal of making work that can stand the test of time.
Wojtek Tomaszewski is a Polish industrial designer who believes in creating sustainable products, the Profil furniture collection in particular is special as it looks to sustainability in mass production