Australian designer Jon Goulder was lucky enough to grow up in the furniture business, and is now a fourth generation craftsperson who is making these beautifully simplistic chairs.
Mr Hagiwara is inspired by the Shaker design philosophy, "to be necessary and useful”. He has channelled this in to his own woodwork and now we're stocking a selection of his work.
This grouping named 'Kashiwan', which means oak bowl in Japanese, is a fantastic series by Kihachi Workshop. They're hand turned at their workshop in the Yamanaka region.
Fantastic works by Alison Crowther, a British maker who resides in Yorkshire. She uses indigenous hardwoods found in the region to produce them, hand carving textures on the surface.
A new addition to the feature section is a piece on Japanese woodworker and craftsman Hiroyuki Sugawara, who creates out of his studio in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture.
A selection of fantastic furniture by Se Hwa Bae, a South Korean woodworker and furniture maker who lives in Paju, Korea. The forms themselves are modern, striking, and sculptural
Japanese maker Hiroyuki Sugawara has crafted this special wooden bowl for us here at OEN, which has been hand turned on his lathe at his studio in Chichibu, Saitama Prefecture.
Woodwork handmade by Taisuke Hirabayashi, a Japanese craftsman who turns functional objects from wood. Not only are they simple, they also have a distinct style of their own.
I've been admiring these fantastic mobiles made by Brooklyn-based Noah Spencer, a selection of wooden geometric shapes that are strung together and balanced accordingly.
Mr Sugawara is an extremely popular maker in Japan, so we asked him kindly if he could craft us some new works and what's come of it is a really beautiful selection of functional objects.
It’s been a while since we last received a fresh batch of bowls from Jonathan Leech, so today we're pleased to showcase these beautiful wooden vessels by the English maker himself.
Pieces of furniture designed by Terry Dwan, a Californian-born architect. They are made out of single blocks of solid cedar wood, which are turned on a lathe and sculptured to create flowing curves.