July 20, 2014

Bina Baitel

July 13, 2014

Her Royal Flyness

The Ex Boyfriend Revenge Kit

July 10, 2014

Josiah Jones

Modular Lunch Tray

Website

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July 7, 2014

Studio Markunpoika, run by Finnish designer Tuomas Markunpoika, created a series of vessels carved from hundreds of hexagon-shaped pencils glued together and carved out using a machine lathe.

Pencils are utilized when giving form to our thoughts, illustrating our wishes and ideas. They are inseparably fused with craft and arts,” writes Markunpoika. “‘Amalgamated’ is a collection which explores the relationship of a mass produces ‘tool’ and its individual purpose. The beauty of the pencil an object seems to go unnoticed if utilized only for their primary purpose.

More info: Website

July 6, 2014

Chen Chen & Kai Williams

July 5, 2014

Maud Vantours

Oscillations

July 3, 2014

Embroidery works by Evelin Kasikov

June 30, 2014

More Soon

Head and Shoulders for Discipline Magazine

June 27, 2014

J. Timóteo

Mocho - Portuguese Stool

Coming from an approach to “mocho” (a traditional portuguese stool) this project has come to live, where the material that defines the stool is questioned.
Two independent supports and a saw that sustain the trunk ; this one, defined by the user, in which the height of the bench and the quantity of people that sit in it are muttable according to the quantity of wood that is necessary in a fireplace.

with Helena Fernandes at Esad Cr.

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June 24, 2014

Casa Varatojo by Atelier Data Architects

From certain faraway angles it seems as though an alien has landed on Varatojo. Named after the hill it sits atop, on the eastern edge of the growing town of Torres Vedras, Casa Varatojo was designed by Lisbon-based architects Atelier Data. Carefully sculpted in line with its natural environment, the house’s position on the hill rewards its occupants - a family of four - with unobstructed views over the town and the landscape beyond.

Photography by Richard John Seymour