Handmade Silver Jewellery

Odd Harmonics by François Chambard


Our analog past, revisted: Odd Harmonics by François Chambard is a collection of 12 sculptural theremins (those unusual electronic musical instruments, played with no direct physical contact, by moving hands through the air).

Specimen Series Exhibition by Do-Ho Suh


Sculpting with polyester: examining the meaning of Home, Specimen Series Exhibition by Do-Ho Suh presents full-size replicas of the bathtub, toilet, medicine cabinet, radiator, refrigerator, and kitchen stove from Suh's Manhattan apartment, executed in his signature polyster fabric.

Mamulengo Rocking Chair by Eduardo Baroni


Designed to cause a splash: Mamulengo Rocking Chair by Eduardo Baroni, the launch product for new Rio de Janeiro furniture company, Elon, was built to be an eyecatcher: computer modeled form based on ergonomic data, CNC milled in precise plywood slices, then meticulously lacquered.

ACT Tableware by Carmen Buttjer


A set of six pieces in porcelain and bread: ACT Tableware by Carmen Buttjer captures the creation process with roughly formed, edible baked goods, molded from the porcelain objects that they serve.

Sekki Cutlery by Nendo


Japanese studio Nendo has designed a three-piece metal dessert cutlery set reminiscent of prehistoric flint implements.

Enso Lamp by Laokoon Company


Moving textile, moldable lamp: Enso Lamp by Laokoon Company can be freely shaped, thanks to Laokoon, a flexible fabric developed in Hungary by Szentirmai-Joly Zsuzsanna, described as "strips, woven or laced, [that] slide over each other, enabling the formation of unique two- or three-dimensional shapes and forms."

F4 3013 Conveyor Installation by Söderlund Davidson


Exploring one future for mass production, F4 3013 Conveyor Installation by Söderlund Davidson represents the world 1000 years from now, where resources are scarce and manufacturing is strictly local, with a 10m moving conveyor belt of ceramics cast from mundane objects – tea lights, glass lanterns,… – assembled into new products: candlestick, cake holder, lamp,…

Trasparente (Transparent) Carafe by Andreas Trenker


For Bologna Water Design at Cersaie, with the aid of parametric software, a series of localized bottles were created to visualize the specific characteristics of different sources of water.

MOCOVOTE: Luffa Acoustic Wall Tiles by Mauricio Affonso


There are several new additions to MOCOVOTE including this acoustic wall tile made of luffa, a fast growing tropical plant most often associated with washing sponges.

Shipping and Archipelago Wood Toys by Andreas Murray


Norwegian design studio Permafrost has added two new sets of wooden toys, Shipping and Archipelago, to a series called Offshore originally begun to reflect on Nordic identity.