• Tag: handmade


    Video // Recycled Window House by Nick Olson & Lilah Horwitz.

    21st July

    Nick Olson and Lilah Horwitz built a recycled window house made entirely out of salvaged materials and found objects set in the West Virginia Countryside.



    Moving Mountains Handmade Furniture & Accessories.

    3rd July

    Moving Mountains is a Brooklyn-based design studio with a Hawaiian twist, established by designer Syrette Lew. As the company name suggests, Moving Mountains is a practice that wants to move beyond the boundaries of industrial design to the convergence of design, art, and fashion. The studio prides itself on creating a diverse range of hand-made products focused on a refined sense of simplicity and artful functionality.



    ‘In Vain’ Marble Trestle Table by Ben Storms.

    25th June

    Oh lordy! The extreme levels of awesome are making me hot under the collar. Someone bring me a glass of water. Please. No, but seriously – could this be the hottest trestle table you’ve ever seen? Quite possibly, and you know it. The man behind this super beautiful product is a young Belgian designer Ben Storms.



    Small Taj Table by Noam Dover & Yoav Reches.

    19th June

    Contemporary Israeli designers Noam Dover and Yoav Reches are a duo with versatile skills. Their projects span interior design, scenography, product design, craft, curating and theory of design processes. Their limited edition Saj Tables are a mutual exploration between the areas of design, craftsmanship and production.



    Rabari Rug Collection by Doshi Levien for Nanimarquina.

    16th June

    I’ll preface this post by saying that this was one of my Top 5 favourite products from Milan Design Week. Yep, 100% – these are that good. Designed by Doshi Levien for Spanish rug maker Nanimarquina, Rabari rug collection evokes “the sensual and shiny world of tribal folk embroidery of India.” I am a real sucker for projects which clearly reference designers’ past experiences, memories, ethnic origins and iconography, particularly when brought into a contemporary context such as this. For me, this is an example of design authenticity at it’s best.



    Faig Ahmed Deconstructs Traditional Azerbajani Rugs to Form Unconventional Sculptures.

    28th May

    Be careful – don’t trip over Faig Ahmed’s three-dimensional rugs as they unravel before your very eyes! This Azerbaijani artist is no stranger to fibre arts – most of his work revolves around the construction and deconstruction of intricately patterned rugs and carpets.




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