Cestos de Pedra, Eneida Lombe Tavares x João Xará

Cestos de Pedra is a series of 50 handmade baskets developed by designers Eneida Lombe Tavares and João Xará during the RARA residency (Residência Artesanato Região Açores) at the 10th Edition of the Walk & Talk Festival. For 12 days, Eneida and João were in the Azores, Portugal, designing a collection of baskets with 3 […]

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Burnt Cork Collection Exhibition at Made in Situ Gallery

From calcined bark to fine grain, the Burnt Cork collection by Made in Situ plays with dichotomies, influenced by Noé Duchaufour-Lawrance’s experiences through the dramatic fires of summer 2017 in Portugal. The Burnt Cork Collection is a series of seven objects made with discarded burnt cork, transformed into custom gradient blocks, and carved to reveal […]

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Q&A with Isobel Napier about ‘Laser Cut Paper Series’

Graduated in Fine Art by The Slade School of Fine Art at University College London, Isobel Napier creates paper sculptures that resemble fabric, using archival paper and laser cutting technology. Developing digitally designed, machine-made sculptures that echo traditional weaving, she transforms solid forms into transient structures, with the hanging works becoming almost soft and flowing. […]

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Galeana Collection by Jorge Diego Etienne

Galeana’s temporary exhibition at Parque Arboleda in Monterrey is the result of an effort to communicate Galeana’s project as a whole, from the research and design process to the resulting objects and collection. ‘With no fairs or design events happening, I found a space where I presented 6 objects designed during 2020’s lockdown and sculpted […]

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Mitosis by Amalie Vöge Jensen

​Amalie Vöge Jensen is a Danish artist currently based in Oslo, where she’s studying a master’s-program at Oslo National Academy of the Arts. Her work involves the creation of abstract-figurative ceramic sculptures inspired by the human body intertwined in different scenarios. In Mitosis, Amalie started exploring gender by translating through her sculptures many circumstances of […]

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Remissus wooden objects by Vilde Hagelund

Vilde Hagelund is a furniture designer based in Oslo who believes that material, form and function should be equally valued throughout the design process. With a crafter hand and an artist’s mind, she has been using woodcarving techniques and tools to explore different shapes, as seen in one of her latest projects, the Remissus Series. […]

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Ceramic Series by Cassy McArthur

Cassy McArthur is an Australian Artist focused on the investigation and use of clay bodies, rock and materials collected from the natural environment to create hand-built ceramic forms. With an innate desire for discovery, Cassy developed an artistic pathway of exploration and discovery that aims to highlight inspiration, process and materiality, whilst remaining responsive to […]

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L I N Chair by STUDIO SHINYOO

STUDIO SHINYOO is a collective furniture design studio based in Sweden and South Korea. The studio’s founders, SHIN YONGSUB and YOO SEUNGMIN, explore their role as design translators willing to maintain cultural characteristics through their work. The LIN Series (林 [Lin]; forest in Chinese) is a collection of furniture inspired by nature, human and balance, […]

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Inflorescence Vase by Monica Santos Studio

Inspired by the simplicity of forms and Japanese “sensitivity to things”, Mónica Santos creates delicate and sensorial objects, which go beyond their functional character. The Inflorescence Vase, developed by this Portuguese designer from Porto, adds a new meaning to the archetypal flower, where flower arrangements are suspended in the exterior surface of vases. The Beginning […]

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