Los muebles pixelados diseñados por Studio Badini Createam y Seletti.
A series of work which studies volume, strength, mass, form, and material through the manipulation of a radius by Jeff Martin Joinery.
The PHS lamps are crafted in Valencia (Spain) using mediterranean pine wood and powder coated steel. Designed by Sergio Mendoza, Herminia Mira & Pau Almerich.
Gates is an interior croquet game for adult players. It’s composed of sycamore maple, cork and leather. It was realized thanks to French and Swiss craftsmen.
Poder ver cómo hacen las muñecas Kokeshi, unas muñecas tradicionales japonesas, es un verdadero lujazo.
With “paper-brick” we can create a pseudo-3D object by stacking tricolor blocks that seem three-dimensional. There’s no danger the blocks will collapse, so it’s possible to make ‘impossible’ forms that defy gravity and play with shade and perspective. Paper-brick can also be enjoyed as a puzzle: if put together carefully, the blocks stack into one large cube.
A fruitful combination between glass and textile. Innesti, is the italian word for grafting, a botanic technique used to join tissue from one plant with another, with the purpose of creating new varieties. Alexandra Denton and Sofia Lazzeri in their collaborative project, developed unique pieces that are mixtures of two very different materials: glass and textile. The outcomes combine contrasting properties: the hardness, fragility and coldness of glass, with the softness, coziness and warmness of textile.
The Gabriel Chandelier is the first permanent contemporary piece installed in the Palace of Versailles and realized by Swarovski.
Estudio-taller dedicado al diseño y fabricación de mobiliario y accesorios de interiorismo. Las piezas de Antoñito y Manolín combinan funcionalidad, belleza y una aparente sencillez. Objetos únicos en series limitadas, pensados y creados directamente por ellos, en su propio taller. Un diseño limpio, sobrio y con un cuidado extremo en sus acabados. Sus piezas tienen un fuerte componente arquitectónico.
Los taburetes y bancos más espectaculares que verás en mucho tiempo.
Shape Boards are equal parts functional and decorative. The blank side is a cutting board surface, and the painted side is decorative, painted (with non-toxic paint) to give the illusion of a 3D geometric shape.
Kubb is a traditional Swedish game that, put simply, involves throwing pieces of wood at other pieces of wood. It’s along the same lines of bocce and horseshoes. It’s great fun and generally involves beer drinking and trash talking.
The Six-Pack-O-Kubb is a re-design of the Swedish classic. More compact and lighter weight, it can be carried around town by bike or by hand. Everything fits neatly together to save space – the handle of the case is even used as one of the playing pieces. And it just so happens that it’s about the same size as the very familiar six-pack of beer.
An award for the 2014 British Animation Awards (BAA) designed and made by Eamonn O’Neill. The brief was to incorporate the letters BAA and a sheep.
An Anagama is a wood fire kiln used in traditional japanese pottery where the gas and ash act as a natural glazing agent for ceramics. This short documentary features Clayton Amemiya, a Hawaii-born artist who was originally taught in Okinawa by sensei Seisho Kuniyoshi.
Clayton has been perfecting his Anagama technique for 40 years and become a master craftsman of this japanese art form.
Torrembolesca is a totem-like chocolate bonbons recipient by Andreu Carulla. Designed for El Celler de Can Roca’s ice cream parlour, Rocambolesc.
Studio Lee Sanghyeok is founded by Sanghyeok Lee (Jinju, South Korea, 1983) who studied at Design Academy Eindhoven. He is interested in how we live with objects, what kind of objects we made for our living or what kind of spaces we made with objects.
“Vilfred” is a small and flexible writing desk designed by Kristina Kjær. The idea behind “Vilfred” is to create a unique and welcoming atmosphere. To create an alternative workplace that form a room within a room, where there is room for both reflection and creativity.
Precioso documental rodado en China, donde podemos ver/disfrutar como el maestro ceramista japonés Takeshi Yasuda prepara su última exposición en la Goldmark Gallery para celebrar su 70 aniversario. Aviso que el vídeo es largo (35min) pero ver como trabajan en la capital de la porcelana y en especial Yasuda, es simplemente genial.