A handmade pocket sized portable game system made from solid walnut by Love Hultén.
This mural by Stefaan De Croock (aka Strook) is placed on the side wall of an old furniture factory in Mechelen, Belgium. It’s made by piecing together discarded wooden planks, doors and furniture.
La preciosa mochila diseñada por Alexis Tourron hecha de piel y mimbre para escapadas románticas con mucho estilo.
Three classic lowriders; the 1984 Cadillac Coupe Deville, the 1964 Chevy Impala, and the 1978 Chevy Monte Carlo, sculpted in ash, with walnut and chrome details. Shoutouts to the Homies, for stopping by to model.
The Quadrat Series is a line of wood lattice tables that explore the simple and elegant form of the grid as a three-dimensional object. The name “Quadrat” comes from the German word for ‘square’, the formal building block of the lattice structure. Its distinctive design is in the lightweight yet strong wood construction of its open grid geometry.
No exagero cuando digo que los chicos de Grovemade hace los soportes y complementos más bonitos para nuestros escritorios. Ahora nos presentan la base perfecta para todos aquellos que tengáis ordenador portátil.
A film about pipemaker Børge Blume from Denmark. The wood, the details, the passion and the good old craftsmanship is what drives Børge when he is working in his workshop creating his fine pipes.
Polite Table Tennis Co. is a lifestyle table tennis brand bringing innovation, style, and accessibility to the game.
StencilBox founded in Barcelona, it is designed by and for graphic artists in response to the need for conservation of the stencil that enables mass reproduction of a graphic work.
Inspired by baskets, and experimenting with traditional techniques, these lamps are innovative both in their making and the way they are used. Weaving is a technique that repeats itself and also creates a visual repetitive pattern.
El escultor John Grade ha creado una escultura espectacular a partir de un molde a tamaño real de un árbol de 140 años y cientos de miles de mini bloques de madera.
The NASA of the 1960s was the inspiration behind the universe of Woodlabo.
The conquest of space was built on the same values we find in Woodlabo’s creations: meeting the challenge, practising the highest standards, savoir-faire, rigour, innovation and perseverance. Woodlabo’s lights were conceived from this need to dream and to make others dream. Top of the range and out-of-the-ordinary, Woodlabo’s creations tell a story, a story about men and women who, their eyes fixed on the stars, never gave up on their dream to reach the unreachable. The lights created by Woodlabo remind us day after day of this absolute necessity. Woodlabo advocates a Made in Earth production, which combines the finest skills and materials from different countries.
Together we shall achieve the impossible: the conquest of space!
Chester is a project which was developed in cooperation by Oya-Meryem Yanik & Anastasiya Koshcheeva. The two designers live and work in Berlin and have come together in their experimental approach. This turned out in a series of prototypes with different variations. As a result, the cover material for Chester has taken its beginning.
A minimalist wooden led tube fixture – design by Waarmakers – made in Amsterdam. The reduced archetypical form is a perfect stage for this beautiful salvaged wood.
Creative meditation for human beings. Tälja, the swedish word for woodcarving and also the name of a special little woodcarving kit.
Jonathan Leech is a Cumbrian woodturner with a passion for working with green wood and expressing its natural beauty within a contemporary design.
The Carvel Chair is made using the techniques of traditional boat construction which predominate along the west coast of Ireland.
Los chicos noruegos del estudio arquitectura y diseño Snøhetta han creado unas llamativas y geométricas colmenas.
Original colección de joyas creadas por Marcel Dunger con trozos de madera rotos y resinas de colores.
Mirja Pitkäärt is an Estonian designer based in Paris. Mirja is interested in accessories that sit between product and fashion design, using traditional as well as modern methods of manufacturing.
Confluence is a small wooden tea tray that serves up to 6 persons. It is carved out of Birch plywood, creating a beautiful landscape like form. It has been processed on both sides such that a thin layer of undulating form remains. The layers of the ply accentuates the undulating form through their alternating dark and light seams. A large central reservoir is created by the landscape. Excess tea will naturally flow towards the reservoir and form a miniature lake. As the tea gathers, the level gradually rises just like a lake does when it rains.