Leathered bowls by Junsu Kim

When observing Junsu Kim’s objects, we can definitely notice a different perspective. The objects’ shapes and textures present different layers of a soft yet resistant material: leather. You really have to look closely to notice how this organic material was carefully but intuitively applied through different layers. The result is a series of strong and…

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Lawless stool: embracing irregularity through craft by Aratani Fay

Lawless Stool is a furniture series developed by the collaborative design studio Aratani Fay – a design duo composed by Ayako Aratani and Evan Fay. This series is a poetic statement against the industrial design world: on the one hand, it has the knowledge of craftsmanship, the methods. One the other hand, there is chaos, but a beautiful…

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EBBE: porcelain bowls by Anna Badur

EBBE is the German word for low tide. EBBE is a series of porcelain bowls made by the Berlin-based designer Anna Badur, where the pattern is caused by gentle water movements – the results are inspiring unique patterns. Anna’s work is driven by an experimental approach and a passion for materials inspired by nature. Nature…

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SOLID VOIDS by Birgitte Due Madsen

SOLID VOIDS was created as a series of objects made by gypsum to be part of the exhibition Hotel Charlottenborg at Kunsthal Charlottenborg curated by the accomplished team behind Ark Journal during 3 Days of Design in Copenhagen. The result of this series is an intersection between art and design, a deep reflection of light…

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Vinte cinco com vinte cinco, cinquenta by Rita de Almeida Martins

Vinte cinco com vinte cinco, cinquenta starts with a common everyday object – the flower pot. Here, its function is reduced, enlarged, transformed or even canceled, and represented in twenty-five jars and twenty-five cylinders.

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Wearable Nature by Sarah Bourke

An exploration of natural forms, curves, and shapes similar to the evolving forms in nature, combining Australian and exotic hardwoods with sterling silver. Sarah Bourke’s work is a Jewellery manifesto for the Australian native flora and all its natural beauty. The Importance of Nature and SustainabilitySarah Bourke: Natures role is a very important part of my design and making process.Each…

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Pilar Tables: The layering of color by INDO

The beginning INDO: The Pilar Collection takes a lot from the Ikat Credenza (image on the left). In a way, it was a further development and refinement of the making and wood dyeing process. The Ikat Credenza explored the making of ikat fabrics. While the use of rich and vibrant colors such as indigo invoke the…

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Bouquets rugs: the Mexican soul by Mestiz

Bouquets suggest a new type of rug arrangement, freeing the forms, and letting them go in different directions but at the same time working as a whole. With our new collection, we seek new possibilities for textiles traditional techniques in Mexico, made by a new generation of craftsmen who are exploring new possibilities in form,…

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Made by Rain: Textile register of rain fall by Aliki van der Kruijs

Is it possible to wear the weather? That’s what the Dutch artist Aliki van der Kruijs asked herself. The result is a concept in which rainfall is recorded on textile, called ‘Made by Rain’, where she developed her own technique: pluviagraphy. Following this technique, the textiles form a collection of weather data: a growing collection…

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Respecting time and nature: Wool Design by Ines Schertel

A love story for wool and nature. Ines Schertel: I’ve never lived in the countryside! I’m a city girl! I’m from Porto Alegre, the capital of the state of Rio Grande do Sul, in Brazil’s deep south. 30 years ago I moved to São Paulo, Brazil’s largest city. About that time, we bought a beautiful…

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