The Danish furniture and product designer, who works under the name Studiomama, has been carving herself an enviable reputation in the UK. Check out more of her design projects, too, from an outdoor kitchen project to a textile collaboration with David David Design.
For over seventy years, through 7,000 photography sessions, and with 70,000 negatives, Julius Shulman captured the elusive spirit of modern architecture with an unerring eye and indefatigable character.
Whether spanning acres or encased in amorphous glass ecospheres, Paula Hayes's singular landscapes blur the boundary between art and nature—and redefine the relationship between art and beholder.
Werner Sobek has seen the future, and it’s high-tech, green, and efficient. The architect, engineer, and teacher’s wandering intellect and belief in the power of design have left their marks across disciplines and continents.
A maker of unfussy, elegant design objects, Inga Sempé delights in things both great and small—even if she doesn’t own any.
Piet Hein Eek
Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek is best known for his intricately composed scrap wood furniture—each piece a one-of-a-kind creation that merges artisan handcraft with skilled design processes. Dwell travelled to Eek's homespun factory and workshop in Geldrop, The Netherlands, to discuss his childhood design projects, his opinion of mass production, and the intentionally inefficient process behind his scrapwood collections.