Milan 2014: Obsidian Mirror by Studio Drift

  Amsterdam based Studio Drift showed a mirror made entirely from chemical waste during this year’s Milan Furniture Fair.

Bound Mirrors by Grain

Glass, birch and various colours hemp twine are used to create these gorgeous mirrors by Grain. The coloured twine patterns almost resemble a tribal and/or bauhaus like style. Committed to produce environmentally friendly design, Grain has made the Bound Mirrors from Non-Toxic and┬áRapidly Renewable Materials. The mirror comes in both silver and bronze glass and … Continue reading

Butter Seat by DesignBy Them

DesignByThem has created some recycled seating “as a response to the many plastic stools available today that use virgin non-recycled materials.” Butter Seat is the latest addition to the Butter Range by Gibson and Karlovasitis, a collection of recycled furniture that is suitable for indoor and outdoor use. The chair is created from 100% recycled … Continue reading

Handmade Birds by Abigail Brown

British textile artist Abigail Brown uses scraps of fabrics to create delicate small bird sculptures. Abigail spent a large amount of time as a child in the company of her grandma, an incredibly talented, hardworking seamstress, in a house strewn with loose threads and scraps of fabric. ‘My grandma had a beautiful patchwork bag she … Continue reading

All About London – Raymond by David Amar

Israeli born, now London-based designer David Amar is one to watch on the London design scene. His Raymond tables, that are currently being exhibited at the Fumi Gallery, combine industrialism with raw nature. The table is made from recycled timber planks criss-crossed and attached with an industrial clamp device, that also functions as legs. During … Continue reading