Hand-crafted, minimal spoons by Hope in the Woods reflect the organic approach to cutlery-making.
Japanese artist from Studio Note, Norihiko Terayama is fascinated by nature and all the multiple possibilities allowing to show off its beauty.
London based multidisciplinary artist, Bethan Laura Wood has already worked on amazing luxury installations for Hermès or Tory Burch amongst others.
Specialized in surface and textile design, Theo Riviere also managed to gather mindfully different materials to create new surface patterns.
Swedish designer Erik Olovsson, uses for this collection either 14 or 16 identical paddles of pine to compose his stools.
Aurore Thibout and Tamiya Raden rallied their experience in fashion to develop a « frozen aspect » kimono, which is entirely woven from slats of wood and silk, mindfully replaced to preserve each veneer details.
When an idea becomes reality, the Germans interdisciplinary group of engineers, designers, computer scientists and blacksmiths, form together a team with an extended set of skills and expertise. After 2 years of R&D and prototyping, Lignum was born.