Stockholm-based multidisciplinary Studio E.O works in the filed of product, furniture and design. With focus on ‘methods and creating systems when designing’, E.O takes an intuitive and experimental approach to its projects. Most recent one, ‘Indefinite Vases’, embodies the unique philosophy and explores the relationship between organic and geometric forms.
‘Work Tables’ is a series treating furniture as storyboards. Created by a British designer, Richard Woods, the table tops are used to present situations from daily life.
Stockholm-based studio Oyyo has created a series of carpets inspired by nomadic spirits. Founded by Lina Zedig and Marcus Åhrén, Oyyo explores the convergence of cultures, crafts and design. Fascinated by traditional tapestry, only vegetable dyes were used in the project.
For this beautiful still life editorial, Art director Lisa Jahovic and Helen Sirp with the help of photographer Thomas Baker played on a tonal game of painterly surfaces playfully challenging classical still-life compositions, tying them together and breaking apart.
Referencing the first man-made pigment that was developed as early as 2600 BCE, Blue Alchemy is the new bright blue edition of artist Siba Sahabi’s iconic felt vases.
Studio Naama Hofman designs and crafts objects of light, offering a new meaning to the word ‘lamp:’ ambient objects which diffuse a soft and even light across the spaces they occupy.
Latvian designer Germans Ermics common theme in his work, is investigating how people interact with their environment and how design can influence this interaction.