Intricate and exquisite carvings of elaborate architecture sculptures in marble and stone.



Simple and sleek compartmentalised tray to create the perfect formation for any given meal. The tray has 20 individual magnetised compartments that can be mixed and matched together.



Artist uses thousands of small sewing buttons to craft larger-than-life sized portraits of celebrities. To compose these impressive works, the artist suspends hundreds of monofilament strings from the ceiling. 



GLOW makes a beautiful addition to any living room or as bedside table with a combination of table and a lamp.



Creating a fresh and disruptive approach to a smooth photography's 2 dimensional surfaces into sculptures and collages entirely out of photographs.



A great collaboration with Hong Kong Jockey Club to turn horse-related equipment - stirrup, into useful daily products. 



In 'Experimenta', the vases transform the flame to become flowers, the fuel becomes water and, itself is a transformation from a kerosene lamp.



Futuristic in conception, the unique 'Black Diamond' float knife block brings to mind the angles of a rough cut diamond, while its architectural quality reflects the finely angled handles of the knives.



Exceptionally intriguing ceramic art which at first glance seems more like illustration, in 3D! Check out more of her work at her site.



A playful light that is portable, personal and interactive. It is touch sensitive allowing you to select your preferred lighting mood.



Artist window for Hermès in Paseo de Gracià (Barcelona). This Carte Blanche tells the story of a fox who moved into the window with all his personal objects, showing a bit of his life and personality. The leather fox is living in a human interior composed with furnitures all made of paper, giving a surrealistic aspect to the scene. Each piece of the window display was made by hand.



Midsummer Installation is a series of experimental objects that twist the classical flower vase into an object inspired by these Nordic traditional rituals, typically celebrated at the end of June. Concrete cylinders are intersected by solid discs covered with wild springs and wildflowers native to Scandinavia. 



“Mocho” is a traditional Portuguese bench with a log seat and supports made of cut wood. 



Inspired by the oil lamps of the eighteenth century, 'Argand' offers the possibility to modulate the intensity of light with poetry as needed.



This is a sofa reborn using the most modern materials and the most traditional methods.