A simple candleholder can be mysterious, exquisite and a tasteful without resorting to unnecessary ornaments. Stack is precisely that – a group of cylindrical parts with very different finishes in white, black and copper, which aptly combined form a group of candle holders with very striking variations. Designer Rachel Griffin from Earnest Studio wishes that whoever acquires these pieces uses all six components of the collection as table centerpieces that also serve as candleholders.
Intelligence and elegance are two of the maxims that British furniture designer and producer Phil Procter is looking for when facing a new project. His work and small objects, distributed by his own company, are fully designed to form part of the current needs of modern homes. He also uses materials that are fully known to the public, such as wood and stainless steel that allow him to achieve great beauty and simplicity in his work. Its steel shelf Tab Shelf, is available in five different colours.
What started as a small hobby in illustration and manual drawing became a thriving business in china, textile and useful printed stationery in over two years. From there on, British designer and illustrator Eleanor Stuart creates different collections using traditional printing and drawing techniques to present us her own particular view of the world. Her series on Alice in Wonderland or her Animal Collection are well known.
Anna Elzer Oscarson is the name behind AEO Studio, a small creative space where this Swedish designer, graduated from the School of Design and Crafts, University of Gothenburg, operates and shapes her ecstatic pursues. Her exquisitely manufactured work is limited to ceramics (vases, plates, containers) where circular and oval shapes are her signature. All her pieces present a texture reminiscent of traditional pottery culture.
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