A vase collection that looks to have mismatched parts due to the juxtaposition of materials, colors, shapes, and textures.
We visit the Brompton Design District and the Victoria & Albert Museum to check out what 2017 had to offer.
UTIL is set to present their collection of furniture and accessories that aim to offer comfort in your daily routine.
A vase that acts as a frame for your bouquet, while also offering easy watering and cleaning.
BUMP is a series of borosilicate vessels that are designed by Tom Dixon to serve your daily drinking and hosting needs.
A collection of 3D printed vases where "hair" is implanted during the printing process.
Rotterdam-based Truly Truly launches a new selection of wares in time for the London Design Fair.
Bright and bold, VERSUS is a collection of sculptural objects for the home.
Max Lamb gives Bitossi Ceramiche's age-old techniques a contemporary spin with a trio of colorful vases with a unique zigzag pattern.
A series of rippled tabletop accessories made from solid surface Corian®.
In our series profiling designers based in the UK and Europe, we talk to London-based designers and curators Native & Co.
We take a look at Elyse Graham's Black Magic Collection which explores what's hidden beneath the surface, out of sight but always there.
Sight Unseen OFFSITE 2017 proved to be the perfectly curated display of some of the best work of independent modern makers.
The duo behind NYC-based Material Lust, launch Orphan Works, a brand that utilizes orphaned materials.
A collection of objects that transcend time.
Daisuke Kitagawa was inspired by travel and the surrounding cityscapes we encounter along the way for his latest collection.