Light in The Woods

The Woods is the second collaboration between the Norwegian design studio StokkeAustad and the designer Andreas Engesvik, living and working in Oslo. This series of small glass objects is inspired by the forests and the peculiar luminosity of the Nordic countries, the fascinating process of[...]

Vegetal atmosphere of Alexis Tricoire

Alexis Tricoire became a designer after training as an environmental designer at Olivier de Serre, a furniture designer at the Arts Décoratifs in Paris, and a year at the Art Institute in Chicago. In 2006, Patrick Blanc offers him an exhibition - Folie Végétale -[...]

The wooden objects of Andrew Groves

[embed][/embed]   Andrew Groves is a freelance illustrator. For the past 6 years, he has been working for many clients and developing very beautiful projects. The young man lives in a hut in the middle of the woods in Sussex, UK, and draws his inspiration[...]

Y'a pas le feu au lac

At the origin of the project Y'A PAS LE FEU AU LAC are Grégory and Marie Bodel, craft turners and FX Balléry, designer. They decide to set up their publishing house of objects and small furniture in 2011 in France. Wood is at the heart of[...]

The Plant Journal

The Plant Journal is one of those new Spanish magazines that emerge in the current independent press. Created by Cristina Merino, Isa Merino and Carol Montpart and based in Barcelona, ​​the newspaper is defined as "a curious observer of ordinary plants and other greenery". This[...]

Ferry Staverman

Ferry Staverman is a Dutch artist who lives and works today in Apeldoorn in the Netherlands. He graduated from the Royal Academy of Art in The Hague in 1970 and is exhibited all over the world. His three-dimensional sculptures are made of recycled card stock[...]

The wooden throne

Many designers try to interpret the spirit of the forest. Merve Kahraman has a much more frontal and far more funny approach as well. This 25 year old young designer from the Central Saint Martin School offers the Hybrid1 and Hybrid2 projects. These chairs are[...]
GILES Fall-Winter 2012

Giles Deacon

After graduating from the Central Saint Martins School in 1992, Giles Deacon worked with Jean-Charles de Castelbajac, Botega Veneta and the Gucci Group. It was in 2004 that this talented designer presented his first collection during the London fashion week. Adored by her peers in[...]

Natural inspirations of Woodlabo

Gaël Wuithier is a designer who lives between Turku in Finland and Bordeaux. After having traveled Europe for seven years with the Companions of the Devoir and thus acquired a mastery without question of the trades of wood, he founds Woodlabo. For the sake of[...]

David Wiseman's Phantom Tree

David Wiseman, Los Angeles-based designer, set his vision of nature in the grand hall of the new West Hollywood library. After several drawings and 3D models, it was by hand that the artist created this installation to give his vision a real consistency. For the[...]
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