A fresh arrival of beautiful handmade wooden cutlery and trays by Taisuke Hirabayashi, the maker and craftsman at woodworking studio Atelier Tree Song in Tokyo, Japan.
This fantastic series of wooden chairs were made using the latest CNC-machinery. Called Nonoto, they were designed by Julia Laufer and Marcus Keichel at their studio in Berlin.
When I came across the work of architect firm Tierney Haines, owned by Stephen Tierney and Nicola Haines, their portfolio that's full of beautiful furniture really inspired me.
Toru Sugimura, a new Japanese maker who we are now stocking at OEN shop, makes tableware, accessories and furniture at his studio called Knot Wood Works in Ryugasaki, Ibaraki Prefecture.
Studio Kaksikko consists of Helsinki-based designers Salla Luhtasela and Wesley Walter who specialise in the design of ceramic tableware and wooden furniture at their studio in Finland.
New works in OEN shop by Studio KUKU who make characterful pieces of design by hand, they look to use their hands to make sure each piece fits comfortably and can be used on a daily basis.
Jacob Jorgensen is unique because his furniture uses traditional woodworking techniques in new and innovative ways to create modern looking furniture that is sure to stand the test of time.
Sculptures designed by Danish creative Eske Rex, who is based in Copenhagen. They are works where architecture, art, design and craft are all intertwined to make intriguing installations.
These unique free standing sculptures by American creative Matt Paweski are small and come in groups, but experiment in the space of sculpture, painting, and architecture.
This work by Akiko Kuwahata and Ken Winther is really quite beautiful, combining their talents in the field of woodwork to produce objects of timeless quality, such as furniture and wooden tableware.
This new selection of works by Japanese woodworker Maiko Okuno includes some pieces which were an off shoot from her last, as well as a few restocks of items that sold out in the shop.
A collection of furniture by British maker and designer Hugh Miller titled 'The Coffee Ceremony', which includes some chairs and tables made from solid British elm wood.