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
This furniture system by TAVAR consists of wood pieces that slot together easily, with each module featuring serval magnets that make it easy to connect them to one another.
Spanish artist Carla Cascales Alimbau is currently exhibiting her work at Castellana 22 Gallery in Madrid, consisting of a number of sculptures, all made from marble, wood and stone.
We recently asked Yusuke Tazawa if he would kindly interpret his own style in to a series of handcrafted chopsticks and a spoon, what arrived here at the studio is really special indeed.
I really enjoyed viewing this project by Oregon based Studio Gorm where they designed a collection of objects and furniture, reinterpreting and reevaluating the Shaker's timeless design.
These works by Japanese designer Mikiya Kobayashi really appealed to me, he has taken traditional elements but has hoped to elevate them in a functional manner and use natural materials to help him.
Studio KUKU make tableware and furniture inspired by the nature surrounding their studio in Nagano, so we're pleased to announce new work from them that has arrived in the shop.
A fantastic series of furniture by Copenhagen-based designer Cecilie Manz, who has worked in collaboration with Nissin in Japan to produce this rounded chair and table for the home.
London-based studio practice Forest + Found use wood, textiles and other crafts to create works of art that are inspired by architectural structures, ancient landscapes and cultural objects.
Any customers waiting for the large service spoons and forks or the smaller renge spoon by Atelier Tree Song will be pleased to know that they are now back in stock in the shop.
Irish craftsman Simon Doyle wants to bring some of the traditional craft techniques in to the modern world, linking craft and industry together, exploring the possibility of the two coexisting.
This is a project by Tasmania-based studio IN-TERIA that is lead by designer Karryn Dargie and architect Dean Baird who are looking to mix contemporary and traditional concepts.