In the realm of design, certain creations possess a unique ability to transcend the constraints of time and trend. Sori Yanagi’s renowned cutlery collection is an exquisite embodiment of this timelessness. Each piece not only reflects his artistic prowess but also serves as a testament to the
As we continue our exploration of timeless art and design, we turn our attention to a remarkable figure – Agnes Martin. A master of abstraction, Martin’s work reflects an exceptional balance between simplicity and profundity, characterised by an intense focus on subtle variations of light, t
On our voyage across the spectrum of timeless design, we now pause at an iconic silhouette – the Eames House Bird. Originating from the creative minds of Charles and Ray Eames, this bird is not merely a decorative object, but a symbol of the Eames’ distinctive approach to design – one
Continuing our series of adventures from Japan is a visit to Katsura Rikyu, or Katsura Imperial Villa, in Kyoto, Japan. We were able to photograph the gardens and surround property one morning.
Highlight a documentary titled "Membra Disjecta: Gonzalo Fonseca and the Heart of Stone", a new biographical film by Michael Gregory on sculptor Gonzalo Fonseca, the trailer can be seen here.
It’s great when you hear the mixture of backgrounds that different creatives come from, especially those who ‘make’. In fact, I’m interviewing an interesting individual at the moment who certainly has a wide variety of influences and inspirations, I was shocked to hear all the different angl
Today I thought you might appreciate this brilliant selection of imagery from the When Objects Work website. This company was founded by Beatrice de Lafontaine in 2001 after a career in the bespoke interior decoration business. The Belgian company produces and distributes exclusive objects designed
As I was perusing through the usual subjects of mid-century design I stumbled across the ever so fantastic Serge Mouille, who seems to have had a recent web design update. Although not totally finished at the moment it looks like the studio will be releasing a publication of photography featuring Se
I thought I'd throw a bit of a curve ball into the mix as we bring across a series of photography from Malmö based photographer Hilda Grahnat who has undertaken quite an observational project. Combining a few of her favourite vintage items in sets of colour Hilda provides us with ample classic ever
After searching through the Leslie Williamson archives on her blog I came across this fantastic photo from the Handcrafted Modern book of the stuff on Walter Gropius’ desk. As I was routing around for more information it struck me that a fair few of the objects on the desk, mainly the stone and br