Typically, ceramics have a reputation of being fragile, heavy and just a little more serious. 

The X-Me Collection is a series of furniture featuring giant cross-stitch patterns as a response to the question “Why does Nordic furniture design lack ornaments?”. 

The Eclipse Lamp is a simple wooden circle that hangs on a wall and fades up to a soft glow when turned by hand. 

The young Hungarian industrial designer created a collection of small 3D printable joint connectors that would hold together flat pieces of inexpensive, easy to source materials.

Could cosmetics ever be made convincingly enough to be sold on the market as a truly natural product? 



Cybèle Young makes beautiful paper versions of everyday objects that seems to metamorphose into otherworldly creatures.



























La Toupie - a beautiful wood and glass spinning top. When you spin it the tassel lifts up!

The Horn Candle Holder is a playful gesture of balance. Its bent steel neck provides a handle for carrying it into the night.

Drift Perfume Diffuser - A maglev floating perfume diffuser spreads the aroma.


Tetra Shed is a space for respite (or work) that takes on the guise of a giant black rock. 


The Infinite Bridge has a diameter of 60 meters and is positioned half on the beach and half in the sea. It consists of 60 identical wooden elements placed on steel pillars housed about two meters into the sea floor. The deck of the bridge rises between one and two meters above the water surface depending on the tide. The curvature of the bridge follows the contours of the landscape as it sits at the mouth of a small river valley extending into the forest from the beach.


Fabric Concrete Coffee Table, inspired by Antoni Gaudí’s form study with gravity. These self organized forms are so organic that it gives a glimpse of natural structure like trees.


























Brasilia was built out on the brazilian savannah in four year during the 60s, based upon a masterplan made by Lúcio Costa. Most of the important buildings are designed by the Brazilian architect Oscar Niemeyer. 

A lamp made entirely at a tailor's shop. 'Sleeve' is realised from a felt sheet hand-made in a little and busy tailor’s shop near Bologna city, Italy. Acting as a hybrid element, halfway between design and fashion.

The marble top bistro table is a classic item found in cafés and bars in the 19th century. The designer has reinterpreted this grand classic by working with particular attention to the harmony of marble/metal colours and underframe finishings. Bistro has a lightened marble top that comes in a fixed or folding version. These tables are used both indoors and outdoors.