The illuminated sculptures by Rogan Gregory

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This is why we want to share the hand-carved illuminated sculptures by Rogan Gregory:  1//In a nutshell: Rogan Gregory is a New York-based artist who started as a design consultant for luxury fashion brands. The artist’s approach combines a sculptural perspective with the street energy of New York. His work reveals a unique sensibility for design, architecture and science. During the past decade, …

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The modern craftsmanship of studio Agnes collection

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This is why we want to share the modern craftsmanship of studio Agnes furniture collection: 1//In a nutshell: Guatemala city-based studio Agnes was founded at the end of 2016 by designers Estefanía de Ros and Gustavo Quintana as a multidisciplinary studio focused on designing and creating furniture, objects, and spaces that live in the gray area between art and design. Their recent collection “Living-Stone” …

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The sophisticated and sensual furniture by Dooq

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This is why we want you to introduce to the sophisticated furniture series by Portuguese brand Dooq: 1//In a nutshell: Dooq has as main focus to celebrate the luxury of living. “Playing games” is their recent collection and includes a small yet very sophisitctated coffee table and a side one. Both elements are made out of a balanced game of marbles and brass to create …

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The vibrant metallic rugs by Alex Proba for Roll & Hill

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 This is why we’d like to share the vibrant metallic rugs by Alex Proba: 1// In a nutshell: Designer Alex Proba has recently designed a series of vibrant metallic rugs for Roll & Hill’s  showroom called ’Luster’. In this collection, Proba, famous for her choice of bold color palette combined to very graphic compositions, moves towards more soften tones representing a break from the Studio usual …

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Ceramics pick of the month: Turi Heisselberg

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We found the last image of this post and immediately thought of 3D print. To our surprise, Danish ceramicist Turi Heisselberg builds her pieces all by hand and we are happy share her work between object and artwork in our Ceramicist of the month series. She has been working on different series and shapes as you can observe below but always …

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When actual dreams become 3D art by Studio Brasch

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Probably one of the most attractive features about 3D rendering is the fact that you can freely imagine and create moods with little to no restrictions, translate these into places and objects and just play until it feels right. This exact freedom of playfulness is a great asset for a designer, but also a very welcoming visual stimuli for a …

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