In search of the tradition of handmade craft, self-production and neo-artisanal design, Smood Studio puts its name to this collection of paper lamps with geometry at its heart. Its endless folds using origami methods give it a fragile, delicate look.
Raúl del Sol has released a limited-edition series of some of his pieces, presenting them in a deluxe version with the addition of a light, delicate patina of golf leaf. This makes his illustration in black stand out with more authority on the special medium that is wood. This is the Harmony collection.
Something seemingly as simple as a clothes hanger is also a design classic. The metallic facet of this Visibility model for Good Thing contrasts with the part covered in wood, giving it a softer, more delicate patina and incorporating a delicate aroma.
Made using traditional artisan production methods like Kiku-dashi, this basket was created by Kanaami-Tsuji for the Japan Handmade company. Its shape brings to mind chrysanthemum, and it was originally used to serve tofu and ingredients for tea. It is now a functional kitchen item with multiple uses.
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