Friday, November 21st, 2014
Taiwan-based designer Kenyon Yeh creates unconventional furniture and other products with a strong sense of geometry and texture.
JSPR, a Dutch furniture and interior design brand founded by Jasper van Grootel, specialises in creating functional, distinctive products and interiors.
With plastic excess becoming a bigger issue, artists and designers are upcycling the waste of man-made materials into works of art.
We love the brightly colored finishes on these unique pieces of furniture. Jo Nagasaka, an architect from Schemata Architects, designed this gorgeous collection of wood furniture, entitled “ColoRing”.
Sydney native Henry Wilson creates perfectly elegant, industrial modern furniture.
Creating contemporary, warm and classic furniture and lighting, TOKEN is a Brooklyn-based design and manufacturing company led by Will Kavesh and Emrys Berkower.
Drips and splatters have become a recent trend in aesthetics, but contemporary designer Damien Gernay takes it to the next level by creating pieces with dripping texture.
Coffeeklatch went inside the home of furniture designer Brecht Baert, who lives in Antwerp.
Pastel tones and reminiscences of seaside and landscapes are often used as a starting point by the French designer Marie Dessuant.
It’s a typical story really, one we’ve heard time and time again: “the inspiration for my company started with a chair”. Not.
Quirky name included, We Do Wood’s collections are a real visual treat.
Dylan David and Jean Lee who founded Ladies & Gentlemen Studio in 2010, design big household items such as table furniture, to the not so small items, like jewelry and kitchenware.