A common misconception is that design is the process of crafting the centre of attention, when in reality it’s the important process of creating a world in which balance prevails. If the object is too showy there must be a harmony to counter balance. Then, with each element maintaining its pro
The simple but colourful designs of Facture Studio definitely have a child-like feel and a modern edge that is sure to put a smile on’ face. The geometric shapes use different shades and tones, although creative there’s definitely a feeling of timelessness thanks to the minimalism in the
Eikund is forging a path of rediscovery in the history of Norwegian Design. This company, located in Hellvik, Norway has been scouring public and private records to uncover hidden gems to bring to the public eye. Their collection is not a body of work completed by a single artist, but rather a congl
Looking to explore the greats? Look no further than the beautiful selection of furniture at London-based practice 1934. Headed by Abel Sloane and Ruby Woodhouse, this duo have been sourcing some fantastic twentieth century furniture and have also been exploring how these pieces work in contemporary
Melbourne has always been on the cutting edge of a new aesthetic. With so much youth in the city and a vibrant art scene it’s obvious to see the reason why. The aesthetic itself is a little harder to pin down but I definitely see the close proximity to Asia, especially Japan, as an obvious [&h
Mokkou Yamagen, headed by craftsmen Genki and Mizuki Nishiyama, really are artists at stripping back any unnecessary elements and letting the beauty of the wood shine through.
Simon Pengelly has been able to turn his Theo chair designed in 2013 in to a range that includes tables and benches and comes in both wooden and upholstered versions.
We were captivated by this furniture made by the Poiat architecture and design office, a collaboration of three young designers Antti Rouhunkoski, Timo Mikkonen and Marco Rodriguez.
Both graphic and furniture design collide in his newest selection of work which has seen him travel in a totally new direction, producing coloured glass furniture that's minimalist and modern.
Garnier & Linker, a company founded in Paris by Guillaume Garnier and Florent Linker, make all of their pieces in small runs, often using the help of craftsmen to bring their ideas to fruition.
My exploration in to furniture design hasn't just stopped at this site, I've purchased many books and have also been jotting down a mixture of ideas on paper that could come in handy in the future. Although I feel like I have some good ideas, also some amazing inspiration in the back of my brain, I