Vases Collection by Gilles Werbrouck

After working in the Fashion Industry for 4 years, Gilles Werbrouck decided to open his own studio, where he focuses on Knit produced with unconventional material or dead stock collected from fashion designers at the end of each season. The choice of working with Knitted textiles and materials results from their versatility regarding textures, choice of…

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Between natural and man-made: Babylon Light by Ryan Taylor

Imagine that you could fuse light with plants in one object, an interesting combination that could translate a natural solution to a growing need: being close to nature. The Babylon Light is a light fixture created by the Canadian designer Ryan Taylor with a purpose: to take advantage of the light from the lamp and…

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Tactile Perception and renewal of our burial-traditions by Lisa Merk

A new concept to our burial-traditions. Lisa Merk: This concept is a suggestion to change our burial habits, specifically cremation, into a biodegradable system. I wanted to find a way to include mourning relatives actively into the funeral service. The story goes like this: At the funeral ceremony there are mini-urns kept ready for every mourner.…

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The future of Materials by Jen Keane

Jen Keane is a designer and researcher working in between the disciplines of design and science, technology and craft. Her work is based on the exploration of sustainable and biological solutions to design a new generation of hybrid materials. The beginning Jen Keane: As a designer, I was always interested in how things were made and materiality…

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À Capucha: the age-old refinement of a technique by Raquel Pais

The Beginning À Capucha!: À Capucha! was born from the passion for a place where life lingers, where things are still handmade. A place that comprises centuries of tradition, where knowledge is shared by grandparents and grandchildren. Their hands create objects that are born from the refinement of tradition so they can be reinvented in a modern and…

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Mirrors: sculptural objects by BEN & AJABLANC

With our collection of mirrors partnered with silk fiber, we were exploring the mirror as both functional and sculptural object through the use of juxtaposition, shape, and form. In this case, it is the hard, cool properties of mirror paired with the light, warm, airy qualities of the hand-spun, hand-painted silk.  At the heart of…

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Colonia: a reaction to colorless things by Yosuke Matsushita

‘Colonia’  is made from “rosin”, a traditional material used for many fields, and “melamine sponge” that is modern material. In ‘Colonia’ I focused on certain properties: rosin (that melts and becomes solid when it is cooled), and melamine sponge (that has a high absorbability and workability). The results are exquisite textures, colours, a slight scent of pine…

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Moya and the fascinating qualities of birchbark by Anastasiya Koshcheeva

Moya: With great care and attention to detail, we manufacture products from natural birchbark that bring contemporary design and a tested handicraft tradition in harmony. We source our birchbark from the endless Siberian taiga and let its natural beauty unravel to the fullest with the help of clear shapes and playful colours. Our products link…

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Palorosa Bags: craft techniques through a contemporary vision

Palorosa’s vision is to create a sophisticated and minimalist, recognizable aesthetic. An aesthetic born from the union of two cultures, Italian and Guatemalan, architectural and industrial, artisanal and rural. Starting from the origins of a product, a market basket, we wanted to abstract it from its context, without losing its nature and functionality. The basic…

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Sobre la mesa by Áurea Sian-ka’an

“Sobre la mesa” (On the table) emerges as an invitation. Eating is a basic and everyday activity, this collection was built with a prehispanic style, the intention was to design objects that bring you closer to the ritual. Thus, the Neanderthal aesthetic shape comes as a unique and organic feature. Wood carving and turning were…

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