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Explore our curated selection of extraordinary objets d’art and limited edition pieces from the world’s most coveted makers.
The assembling of forged and cast metal is the key to Junko Mori’s work, whether mild steel or almost pure silver. Her observations of tree and plant matter are the driving force behind many of her sculptures, which vary in scale from small objects in precious metal through to fairly massive welded steel works of art. This piece from the Botany Series has been realised in wax-coated mild steel and fine silver.
Advan Shumiski is a Brazilian artist, researches on consciousness, time and the edges of organic/synthetic objects. Yb.2-f is part of a series of works exploring the complexity of bodies that live in the cross section of synthetic and organic systems. This piece is an edition of 1 and is 2048px × 858px, 48 frames. Endless loop.
Amorphous material devoid of soul, devoid of emotions, of life. This sculpture takes shape from the ancient legend, a mass of shapeless steel, like a mountain capable of transmitting stillness but also a deep sense of respect, because now it seems to be docile, dormant, at the service of man, but beware, we do not know for how long. Limited in edition, this incredible piece is signed and numbered by the artists.
Vincent Dubourg’s is a French artist born in 1977. Dubourg’s sculptural furniture makes contemporary allusions to traditional methods of cabinetmaking. This evokes a nostalgic sense of the familiar, which he simultaneously distorts with his fresh approach to materials and techniques. Limited edition of 8 + 4 AP this extraordinary piece is realised in Aluminium and measures approximately 1360mm h x 1520mm l x 930mmm w.
The Hairy Wild Man From Botany Bay Chandelier is constructed from over 5000 individually hand cut, polished and placed shards of smoked glass, transforming this precious material into the bristly skin of the Hairy Wild Man from Botany Bay. This piece has been realised as an edition of 3 + 2AP and is approximately 900mm (h) × 700mm (d).
Self proclaimed artist turned nerd turned artist specialises in procedural modelling, shading, lighting, rendering and compositing. As an ode to vector fields, this piece is an edition 1 of 1 and is 7680px x 7680px.
With her fascination for the plays of light and transparency, glass designer Ritsue Mishima is at home in Venice - surrounded by the water. Working in close collaboration with the city’s artisans, the Japanese artist orchestrates in the furnaces of glass blowers, the production of her artworks in an attempt to capture and shape light itself.
Jay Sae Jung Oh is South Korea designer exploring the intersection of art and design with unique and intricately made objects. Oh’s ongoing Savage series is composed of seemingly jerry-rigged structures made of household objects, which are intricately hand wrapped in raw leather.
With an intuitive eye for depth, beauty and meaning, Based Upon are artists, creators and adventurers like no other. They find their centre on the edges of life by creating poetic sculptural work that reminds us to connect with the essence of life. This extraordinary piano is realised in brass, tramazite and liquid metal and measures approximately 3620mm x 1790mm x 1000mm.
Guided by nature, Based Upon journey deep into the landscape to witness it at its most simple and profound, unearthing the patterns observable at the largest and smallest scales of the known universe. This extraordinary artwork is realised in mixed media with integrated mechanism and measured approximately 1500mm dia. X 70mm.
When led by foot to a dwelling in Jinja, Uganda, on the banks of the white Nile, Based Upon stopped at a cracked mud house in the jungle and drew casts from the surface of the building. The resulting form of Fragmented Tramazite has been realised in tramazite, aluminium honeycomb and bronze and measures approximately 2975mm x 560mm x 350mm.
Realised in polyurethane foam, glass fibre, timber and polished brass, the Faceted Twist Dining Table is based upon an exploration of the repeating spiral pattern found throughout the universe. The piece measured approximately 3300mm X 1650mm X 760mm.
When led by foot to a dwelling in Jinja, Uganda, on the banks of the white Nile, Based Upon stopped at a cracked mud house in the jungle and drew casts from the surface of the building. The resulting form of Single Fragment has been realised in bronze, patina and measures approximately 630mm X 570mm X 400mm.
Following investigation of the cracks and craters in washed up driftwood logs, Based Upon cast them in order to borrow the marks for Seasons of Tranquility. Realised in bronze, this piece measures approximately 6080mm X 2850mm X 30mm.
After clambering the volcanic landscapes at O'ahu's southern most top via a jurassic rainforest on the eastern side, Based Upon drew inspiration from the bubbles left by waves on the red earth of the island. The resulting piece titled Screen has been realised in cast bronze, resins, Koa timber and stainless steel, measuring approximately 2500mm X 1300mm X 200mm.
As a hand-sculptured work which seems to crystallise a great rupturing: a spine like tear in a lunar landscape that reveals a fluid core of bronze, Tondo Black I has been realised in brass, aluminium honeycombs and jesmonite and measures approximately 1500mm dia. X 25mm.
Marcin Rusak is an artist and multidisciplinary designer interested in ideas of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. Specializing in storytelling, process and material investigation his work often incorporates research, object and installation as well as visual creations to explore overlooked details of our lives which recreated and re-imagined are shown again in a different light.
Marcin Rusak is an artist and multidisciplinary designer interested in ideas of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. This extraordinary glass vessel is made with a unique flower infusion process. This incredible glass vessel made with unique flower infusion process and measures approximately 34cm (h) x 20cm (w) x 20cm (d).
Flora Lamp I is a balanced composition of geometric cantilevered shapes, composed of brass, glass, and a unique Flora Perma material. A glass globe offsets the body, offering a soft dimmable light source. The body of the lamp is carefully machined to reveal the intricate and complex beauty of the cross sections of flowers, curve of petals, structure of leaves. Contrasted with black resin they appear as veins or fossils creating an almost stone like quality.
Marcin Rusak is an artist and multidisciplinary designer interested in ideas of value, ephemerality and aesthetics. This piece is composed of found metal and zine and measures approximately 27cm (h) x 38cm (w) x 9cm (d).
Flora Credenza 172 is composed of intersecting aluminium planes supporting a translucent black resin body with curved corners, consisting of exotic leaves and foliage. The surface has a painterly quality and is reminiscent of a dark pond or Flemish painting, with large leaves sitting just below the water’s surface, mesmerising in silvery tones of colour and form.
Perma is a series of sculptural objects that draw on the familiarity of functional furniture, but live as individual manifestations. Like the veins in marble or cavities in fossilised stones, Perma’s beauty can be found in imperfections and the meticulous detail of floral cross sections. Sourced from the excess accumulated by florists, the discarded flowers are given a new life cycle by becoming a permanent part of the material.
Working together with geneticists, post-harvesting specialists, engineers and floral artists, Rusak merged the wish list into a super bloom: Monster Flower. A hybrid creation engineered after extensive research in the Netherlands – hub of floral innovation. Result is a combination of the most ’marketable’, desired but often opposite elements that represent our relationship with the cut flower industry.
This wall hanging piece is composed of processed flowers submersed in a carefully crafted material based on flowers and resin. The surface has a painterly quality and is reminiscent of a dark pond or Flemish painting, with large leaves sitting just below the water’s surface, mesmerising in silvery tones of colour and form. Finished in polished resin and blackened steel backing.
The dove as a symbol of peace and freedom is one of the central motifs in Michael Pendry's work. In 2020, the mixed media artist had his legendary doves of peace moulded for the first time in the finest Nymphenburg porcelain for a project in the United States. This piece is approximately 21cm x 8cm x 15 cm and includes a porcelain hood, stainless steel ceiling bracket and nylon suspension.
Wilhelm Neuhäuser studied at the School of Arts and Craft in Coburg, Dresden and Munich. Between 1910-1960 he designed numerous models for Nymphenburg. While small in stature this beautiful mouse piece is presented in porcelain, white biscuit.
From fleur de sel to Himalayan salt, from Indian to Tasmanian pepper: the last kick to enhance a dish is not just given in the kitchen. The Nymphenburg selection of salt and pepper containers, from Ted Muehling's poetic bisque porcelain snails to Wenzel Hasler's ribbed baskets, is as richly varied as the range of corns and crystals of all kinds.
In the age of digital lighting technology, the quality of natural candlelight takes on a whole new significance. Especially when the source of light is held by the finest Nymphenburg porcelain. The porcelain piece thus shares the poetry of the natural example on which it was modelled.
Each individual artefact in this edition carries the personal signature of the artisan who was involved in its creation, and every single artefact is conceived as a unique piece with variations in its decorative painting.
The orchid is considered the queen of flowers and is one of the most precious plants in the world. Realised in white bisque porcelain with bronze branch, each piece is unique to the maker and will differ slightly from the next.
The Munich industrial designer Konstantin Grcic shows us how stylishly a letter can be opened. With a wafer-thin paper knife made of hand-crafted porcelain measuring barely 13 centimetres. Each object can be realised individually according to your wishes.
As unique as their natural muse, careful shaping and joining of innumerable individual leaves, fine stamens and delicate stems form this extraordinary Artichoke Table Flower. With fire determining how each petal falls, each piece is unique in character and composition. Approximately 12cm x 12cm x 7.5cm this piece is white glazed Porcelain.
Ryuhei Sako creates pieces using Mokume-gane, a Japanese metal technique dating back to the 17th Century. First very thin different coloured alloyed metal sheets are layered and bonded. Then the layers are cut into or drilled and reworked. Mokume-gane vessel, 2020 is made from silver, copper, shakudo, shibuichi and kuromido and measures approximately 182mm h x 120mm w x 120mm d.
Ceramicist Minna Graham works with both functional and sculptural stoneware. From blackened wood and earth, to native gums and moss, Minna is interested in the relationship between humanity and nature as one of both peace and tension.
Ebony Russell is a visual artist that lives in Sydney, Australia and works with large-scale stoneware, slip casting, porcelain as well as resin and printmaking. This midnight pipeline candle holder sculpture is made from piped lumina porcelain, stain and glaze.
Kevin Grey is a Silversmith who is changing the way that silver is used as a medium for sculptural decorative arts. His work is an ongoing journey of discovery and exploration of this versatile material. His unique fabrication processes result in works which are highly crafted art forms – as unique and modern as they are sophisticated, elegant and bold.
Joël Andrianomearisoa was born in Antananarivo, Madagascar, in 1977. He lives and works between Antananarivo and Paris, France. This wall sculpture is composed of black textile and measures approximately 120cm x 120cm.
Kate Malone is one of the UK’s leading ceramic artists with an illustrious career spanning thirty years. She has developed an unmistakable and highly regarded style, evidenced by her unique, hand-made pots and intricately ornamented sculptures. This extraordinary crystalline-glazed stoneware piece measures approximately 26cm h x 62cm d.
Melbourne-based Jan Vogelpoel produces unique sculptural pieces that reflect her love of organic shapes, vibrant shades, and graphic lines. Jan’s work explores the exciting textures and forms offered by earthenware, sculpture clay, black clay and terracotta. This piece has been crafted in fine white clay and measures approximately 32cm x 28cm.
This solid maple chair from John Eric Byers merges modern, simplified geometries with traditional craft, painstakingly hand carved and lacquered with a distinctive textured pattern to give a maximalist finish to a minimalist silhouette. Approximate size 30.5” x 18” x 19.5”.
With a deep respect for natural materials and traditional craftsmanship, OKHA is a Cape Town based interior design studio with a contemporary aesthetic and timeless classicism. The Roc Sculpture Series are handmade by local artisans and are by their very nature, one of a kind.
A compact spinoff on the original series, Karl Zahn’s Bounce Table Lamp combines a folded aluminium shade and an independently-positioned light source. One side of the shade is white to reflect illumination while the other has a decorative wood veneer finish.
Vigorous in form, graphic in design; the Sinclair is a tenacious side table. Leather panels are enhanced by trims of polished metal and piping. With its polished timber top this side table is the perfect composition.
Mette Bentzen and Lasse Kristensen, known collectively as Egeværk, create meticulously made sculptural pieces, while drawing on craft traditions dating back generations in Danish fine furniture. This console has been crafted in Danish Ash and measures approximately 755mm h x 1650mm w x 440mm d.
The incredible piece of art is the result of the collaboration between Cuellar Stone, a company with an extensive career in the ﬁeld of stone work, and Todomuta Studio. Limited in edition, this piece has been realised in marble, aluminium and stainless steel.
Limited to an edition of 8 units + 1 artist proof, the RC-AL4 sculpture combines elements in a light and floating choreography; a mechanic that hides connections and unions promoting a sensation that each piece is supported naturally without obligation or force. Realised in brushed and polished aluminium.
Fabricated from sheets of mirror polished stainless steel, the three trapezoid shapes of this lamp are bonded together to form its dynamic base. Available in three finishes, the myriad of surface reflections heighten and exaggerate the beguiling disorder of this piece.
Limited to an edition of 8 units + 1 artist proof, the RC-AL1 sculpture invites audiences into an imaginative game in which scales are blurred and the object reflects a sample of a constructive dream state. Realised in brushed and polished aluminium.
OKHA has a desire to continuously explore and refine their aesthetic to better communicate intimate and characterful narratives through the art of design. The nuanced brass frame of this Bijou table is paired with a careful selection of classic marble ensuring that no two tables are the same.
In the face of perfection, TODOMUTA Studio choose imperfection. Understood as an unfinished process; the idea of an object experiencing incessant growth and generating new possibilities from a common root is a powerful one. Realised in American Walnut and aluminium the RC-M2 side table is limited to an edition of 12 units + 1 AP.
At the height of glitz and glamour, the Zelda is not a piece you’d turn your back on. Stone and metal coalesce in an audacious manner to form this larger than life side table. In partnership with the Fitzgerald coffee table, these are not a pair to go unnoticed.
Known for the meticulous craftsmanship of his hand-carved, solid hardwood furniture and objects, John Eric Byers is a leading figure of a new generation of studio wood artists. This solid maple table merges modern, simplified geometries with traditional craft. Approximate size 13" x 48" diameter.
This solid maple chair from John Eric Byers reconciles simplified geometries with traditional craft. Carved and blackened this piece has been painstakingly crafted with a distinctive textured pattern. Approximate size 25" x 23" x 18".
Both functional and beautiful the Barnett chair reflects a modern elegance and grace. This cradled seat is supported by a timber frame and fine grain leather upholstery with saddle stitching. Reflecting OKHA's desire add value through natural raw materials, Barnett can be customised to your unique specifications.
The Fragment cast side table is inspired by an enquiring contemporary aesthetic and timeless classicism. Available in a range of timber and metal options, this considered side table reflects OKHA's desire to explore the intimate and characterful narratives through the art of design.
The Lean timber and glass side table is composed of a solid timber base and glass top. Available in a range of wood options, the glass top can be replaced with a range of marble options. Approximate size 440mm w x 400mm d x 500mm h.
Morpheus draws inspiration the Greek God Morpheus. In Greek mythology, Morpheus is associated with shifting shape, form, sleep and the manifestation of dreams. With a unique double trapezoid marble top, this table is designed to invite cross table dialogue and communal interaction.
The Repose Sofa by OKHA reflects a sensual, serene, surreal landscape sculpted into seating design. With feminine contours and seductive lines, the Repose Sofa stretches out like a languid form in recline. Crafted from a solid timber frame, foam laminate seat and back with timber and brass base. Approximate size 3300 w x 2430 d x 690 h.
The essence of the Rake chair is movement. The limbs, back and torso of this stunning piece merge and coalesce into one another in a fluid and uninterrupted flow of movement. One contour, one line of expression fuses with another in a perpetual motion to create a cohesive and elegant stance.
Toro is the Spanish word for Bull. When we conjure up an image of the animal we etch a strong, defined silhouette, a form at once powerful and sensual. Invariably cloaked in near black velvet, the Toro presents a carbon stained satin finish and is available in a straight leg or A frame in Ash/Oak or Walnut. Approximate size 595mm w x 666mm d x 828mm h.
Dramatic and resolute, the Toller side table combines a geometric metal form with the clarity of a clear glass top. Forming a gilded metal cage, this side table breaks free from the confines of traditional form.
In Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises, Robert Cohn has it both ways: he is chivalrous and decent, but he still gets to have an affair with the beautiful heroine. This table lamp has the wide profile of a Romero floor lamp, with the same strong leather banding and polished metal trim.
OKHA collaborates with South Africa’s finest artists and artisans, working hand-in-hand to design and produce limited series and one-off rarefied objects. The Solar Mirror by OKHA quite literally reflects this ethos by presenting a piece of extraordinary resolve. Fabricated with a raw mild steel frame, solid brass cladding this piece is available with mirrors in clear, grey or bronze tint. Approximate size 1591mm w x 100mm d x 2070mm h.
This set of six glasses is part of the Capriccio Collection by Vetrerie di Empoli. Each of the six pieces is made in carved crystal that was then given a pure gold finish by hand. These glasses feature striking textures that create abstract decorations on their surfaces.
Hiroshi Suzuki has become both a leading contemporary silver artist and a part of thehistory of English Silver in a short number of years. Complex and unparalleled forms are created by Suzuki from a flat sheet of silver with extraordinary skill. This piece is hammer-raised and chased fine silver 999 with an approximate size of 245mm h x 275mm diam.
2B1G (2 Bars one Glass) represents an evolution of the Precarious series which conceptually hinges on the beauty and anxiety provoked by glass balancing precipitously on rectilinear metallic bases. Designed by Héctor Esrawe, Emiliano Godoy and Brian Thoreen with Nouvel Studio for Vissio, the piece highlights the materials’ physical properties.
Since the early stages of her artistic career, Roberta Verteramo has been passionate about the design world. Experimentation with mediums and forms of artistic expression has been key to her development as an artist. These cast bronze Meteore Bowls come in two sizes with the large bowl approximately 260mm diam x 135mm h and the small bowl approximately 200mm diam x 80mm h.
Not unlike the conquest of space, the poetry of the quest is only possible because it is supported by technological expertise. Here, each bubble of glass is able to support more than 250 kg. Their apparent delicacy is only an illusion. With custom options available upon request, this piece is approximately 1300mm l x 480mm w x 960mm h.
Vortice II is a typically bold statement from John Moore. The shape represents a pair of wings, gently encircling the neck. They are the wings of an angel or guardian, shielding the wearer from harm. They symbolise freedom, love and protection. The V shape is also a reference to the flight formation of migrating birds. As each bird beats its wings, vortices of air are created to aid the flight of the bird behind.
Artist Giorgio Vigna seamlessly melds form and function in his multidisciplinary practice, which ranges from sculptures and installations to glasswork and body jewellery. This extraordinary 18kt yellow gold ring with yellow sapphires has been realised as an edition of 10 + 3AP all of which are signed and numbered.
Designed by the Campana Brothers with ornamented animal motifs. This bowl is part of the Time For Oatmeal campaign to create an immersive experience that makes oatmeal cool and sexy. Limited edition of 7 with unique details on each number.
Rowan Mersh’s experience in experimental textiles is immediately apparent in his wall-mounted, sculptural assemblages, which use hard construction to achieve a soft aesthetic. The high drama of his earlier kinetic large scale installations and his sculptural fabric works, freestanding and for the body, is now translated into a more contemplative mode, in unique wall artworks of great maturity and elegance.
Frank Stella is an American abstract painter, living and working in New York since 1958. Inspired by baroque artists, who developed illusionistic “tricks” to convincingly suggest that their subjects emerged out of the canvas and into the space of the viewer, Stella extended his paintings into the third dimension to enter the viewer’s space with protruding materials. This 18kt yellow gold ring is edition 8 of 10 and is signed and numbered by the artist.
Voukenas Petrides is a design studio based in New York and Athens. Furniture designer Andreas Voukenas and architect Steven Petrides combine their talents to produce poetic furniture designs for the home and office. This extraordinary piece has been realised in an edition of 8 + 2AP.
Marcin Rusak’s perishable vases are organic composites made from waste flowers collected from florists, shellac, beeswax and resin. Marcin comments that: ‘Decaying and ageing materials have an important place in my practice. I develop them from organic ingredients in order to create objects that have an element of life on their own’. This piece is crafted from Flowers and natural shellac and measures approximately 400mm h x 500mm w x 400mm d.
David Raffoul and Nicolas Moussallem have established a global presence since they set up their studio, david/nicolas, in Beirut in 2011. This piece has been realised as a limited edition of 8 + 4 AP and has been crafted from Travertino bronzo and stainless steel. Approximate size is 400mm h x 1300 w x 1700mm l.
Secret Cube is a perfect example of harmonising masculine and feminine characteristics in Maria Pergay's work — strong steel box and a garden inside. Realised in an edition of 8 and crated from stainless steel, copper and bronze leaves and LED lighting, each leaf within the cube has been treated individually: hand-cut from brass and copper sheets; hammered, sculpted, and filed to replicate Pergay's sketches.
Celebrated as a notable member of the American Studio Furniture movement, Johnny Swing’s furniture has been exhibited in museums and institutions around the world. Considered a master welder, Swing designs each work by carving the form into Styrofoam, then casting a negative mold in concrete to form the template for the coin surface.
Anne Marie Laureys’s work It’s a Toy Violet Brain exemplifies the sophistication with which she deploys the vessel mouth – or in this case, a series of mouths, like the soft cavities of some jungle plant, or deep-sea coral. This glazed stoneware pot-sculpture is made up of three principle volumes, separately thrown and joined.
One of the most important of all of Evans’ works, this museum quality Argente Disc Bar is a singular master work, being the only known disc bar made in aluminium in the Argente style. The bold decoration, with classic Argente curvilinear lines and lively surface textures, is remarkable for its dynamic and highly reflective silver against stark black, successfully achieving Evans’ ambition to create a “flat piece that gives a feeling of depth.”
Gloria Cortina is a designer, curator, and creative collaborator. Her work expresses ideas and emotions prompted by modernity and myth. This piece is one of Cortina's most radical and original designs - a chair that expresses the relationship between the human body and the surfaces, spaces, and light that asymmetrical forms produce.
This very unusual bench and stool composition, in chrome and hammered bronze, is the sculptural expression of a moment of change. Two parts of the bench and one part of the stool are lifted clear of the floor, and this gives a sense of being detached, and of experiencing a new beginning. Realised as an edition of 12 in hand-hammered polished brass, patinated brass and nickel.
Paul Evans (1931-1987) was an iconic American furniture designer, sculptor, and artist who is famous for his contributions to the American Craft Movement of the 1970s and for his work with the influential American manufacturer Directional Furniture. This dramatic Paul Evans sofa in desirable chrome cityscape pattern is a large and architectural piece dating to the 1970’s.
Forrest Myers’ works hold their own space and, aside from their obvious conceptual inventiveness, have an inherent integrity of form and clarity of statement. The result is not "art that is about something", but "art that is something". A dichotomous combination of rigidity and looseness pervades his work – from the sensuality of their continuous lines to the folded dimensionality he creates from a single sheet of metal.
Dominick Leuci’s inspiration for The Eques Series derived from the mystical guise of sea dragons (Phycodurus Eques). To protect themselves from predators, sea dragons have developed long, leaf-like protrusions as a method of camouflaging themselves. Realised in painted and mirror-polished stainless steel Leuci’s captivating forms maintain the sea dragon’s elegant look of suspension, movement, and buoyancy.
Finnish designer Teemu Salonen’s iconoclastic work is an active renunciation of the simple lines and unadorned nature pervasive in the Scandinavian design that surrounds him. The Chinese Restaurant Series began as a desire to create a lamp that was the antithesis of traditional Scandinavian modern design. Like the ubiquitous “Chinese Restaurant” that shares little in common with traditional or authentic Chinese culture, Salonen’s works are an amalgamation of fantastic ideas of natural and classical forms.
Sandra Davolio has lived in Copenhagen, Denmark since 1974 and was born in Italy in 1951. She received her degree from the renowned Danish School of Design in 1985 and is the recipient of several prestigious awards and grants including recognition from the Danish Art Foundation and the Queen Ingrid’s Roman Foundation at the Danish Academy in Rome. Vessel With Blue Edges VII (2020) is made from porcelain and measures approximately 172mm h x 218mm h.
Atelier Barberini & Gunnell was founded in 2009 by the architects Francesco Barberini and Nina A. Gunnell, as the result of a passion followed for a long period of time, creating one-off pieces and collectible design in limited editions. This limited edition coffee table, inspired by the marble quarries in Tuscany, is made from Carrara marble with top in crystal glass.
Chulan Kwak says craft is “to be realized by meeting with concepts and materials”, but from the point of view of craft itself, this concept is intuitively grasped through matter. The unexpected outcome of the uniqueness of materials and techniques handled by Chulan is reminiscent of the dialectic process of harmony that goes beyond the division of genres. This piece is presented in an edition of 10 + 2AP and is crafted from black ink dyed redoak veneer on plywood, SUS.
Alexandra Agudelo carefully analyses contemporary design to establish a permanent dialogue between the past and the present. This piece is realised in Silver 999 and measures approximately 120mm h x 901mm w x 152mm d.
By Michele Oka Doner
Michele Oka Doner is an internationally renowned artist whose career spans over five decades. The breadth of her artistic production encompasses sculpture, design objects, furniture, jewelry, public art and video installations. Michele Oka Doner's work is fuelled by a lifelong study and appreciation of the natural world, from which she derives her formal vocabulary. Crafted in Sterling Silver this piece was limited to an edition of 3 + 1AP.
Amarist Studio has been immersed in investigating the geological formation of the Alabaster Stone, its use throughout history and the process of extracting the mineral in the quarries near their studio. Realised in an edition of 7 + 2AP + P this extraordinary alabaster table is approximately 1250mm l x 770mm w x 480mm h.
Species is a study in evolution by Fredrikson Stallard through the media of furniture design, created with a brute force that is at odds with ideas of comfort or human contact, yet so inviting by the nature of its materials. The pieces are amorphous structures, elements of sculpted mass, chaotic energy, finished in shades of red, as for Fredrikson Stallard these are the colours of life and death. Limited to an edition of 12 + 2P, this piece is crafted in polyurethane, rubber, glass fibre and polyester.
Tanaka Tomomi was born in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan in 1983. Her work primarily consists of lamellas of clay that are attached on the surface of the hand-built clay core. Due to the technical and aesthetic complexity, each of her works takes several months to complete so that her work is scarce.
Based out of a workshop in Italy, Imperfettolab's name is derived not from the flaws of an imperfect object but rather from the unique and exclusive qualities of the studio's handcrafted outputs. The Bioma chair is reminiscent of a piece of tree bark, skilfully recreated in all its ripples, supported and lifted by a metal structure. Limited, certified and numbered edition.
Ilkka Suppanen is one of the world’s best known contemporary Finnish designers. Ilkka Suppanen studied architecture at Helsinki University of Technology, and Interior and Furniture Design at the University of Art and Design Helsinki. Reunited I is a large glass sculpture, displaying re-cycled glass as it’s main theme. The unique texture of this delicate glass piece, created in Murano, reminds the viewer of melting ice or lace. Realised in Murano glass this piece is approximately 72 x 9 cm.
Despite the formal radically of his pottery, Takuro Kuwata nonetheless grounds his work within the tradition of Japanese ceramics. His work joyfully mixes traditional techniques and experimental protocols into a dynamic, colourful, and exuberant production. This one-of-a-kind porcelain piece is approximately 14cm x 20.2cm x 17cm.
A celebrated master glass artist, Jeff Zimmerman belongs to a group of daring contemporary artists who employ the ancient material as a means of expression rather than an end in itself. This unique crumpled sculptural vessel in hand-blown filigree glass was designed and made by Zimmerman and glass artist James Mongrain and measures approximately 30.5cm X 27.9cm X 27.9cm.
Synthesis Monolith investigates the transformative properties of metal, tracing in a single totemic object the primitive origins of aluminium and steel in ores through to their emergence as highly polished artificial materials. The experimental casting method combines ancient techniques with contemporary technology, expressed in the convergence of natural and machined surfaces. This piece is realised in stainless steel and measures approximately 47cm x 40cm x 30cm.
Steen Ipsen is part of the avant-garde group of cutting-edge Danish ceramic artists. His works are distinguished by their high level of craftsmanship. A common feature of his works is variations of geometric systems based on organic and mineral growth principles such as crystallisation, cell division and cell fission. This ceramic piece is approximately 27.9cm (h) x 26.60cm (w) x 20cm (d).
Fernando Mastrangelo is a New York based artist best known for his Collectible Design, as well as his large scale sculptures and experiential installations. All of Mastrangelo's works are sculpted by hand from natural or repurposed materials such as sand, salt, silica, and crushed or powdered glass. Resembling an aerial view of the ocean on a dark and stormy night, materials rise and collide in Arctic Black like crashing waves to create a tension that reflects these intense and uncertain times. Realised in hand-dyed sand + powdered glass.
Interested in the timeless and disparate associations assigned to black, Gabriel J. Shuldiner describes his work as ‘bruteminimalism’: a concept situated somewhere between the minimal, abstract, conceptual and absurd. His physically powerful, s[r]eductively delicate ‘hybridsculpturalpaintings’ trigger both immediate engagement and visceral reaction, conjuring images of voids in space and postapocalyptic futures. This piece is realised in mixed media and is approximately 38cm (h) x 33cm (w).
The Brushed Bronze Crystal Console Table is a magnificent artistic piece complex in its design and execution. Hand-assembled from numerous bronze segments, the design is an artistic interpretation of crystal-forming processes. The multifaceted facade of this work challenges the perception of a usual console table, with the top surfaces embossed with phenomenal textures and with the use of vibrantly coloured body in the luxurious Satin bronze, adding to the overall sensual experience. Realised as a limited edition of 8 + 2AP in bronze-plated metal.
Shah is a title given to the emperors/kings and lords of Iran and of India. In Iran (Persia and Greater Persia) the title was continuously used; rather than King in the European sense, each Persian ruler regarded himself as the Shahanshah (King of Kings) or Emperor of the Persian Empire. This unique piece is realised in handmade wool and silk felt and is approximately 43cm (h) x 55cm (d).
Kevin Grey is a Silversmith who is changing the way that silver is used as a medium for sculptural decorative arts. His work is an ongoing journey of discovery and exploration of this versatile material. This extraordinary piece measures approximately 19cm (h) x 49cm (d) and is realised in TIG welded sterling silver.
In creating these works, Jaimal Odedra was interested in exploring and enhancing the shape of the heart, a shape that is so recognisable yet simultaneously dynamic. The vases that came as a result of this process are visually different from one another, changing with every angle. Realised in sand-cast polished bronze, each piece is modelled and cast by hand using a traditional Moroccan sand casting methods.
Juan and Paloma Garrido have had an instinctive attraction to silver since childhood. This incredibly chic, modern brass vase from Garrido in Spain is plated in nickel and features a couple of well balanced wings that distribute weight both visually and functionally. Realised as a limited edition of 25, this piece is crafted from nickel plated brass and measures approximately 29cm (h) x 15cm (w).
Blending rugged forms and clean lines, the Petra Bench is inspired by the textures of rocky landscapes found in nature. Black sand, silica and coal are sculpted to create a piece that is both timelessly chic and suited for both indoor and outdoor placement. The piece measures approximately 182cm x 45cm x 45cm.
Since 1983, Fernando and Humberto Campana have achieved both national and international recognition. Their work incorporates their ethos in environment and the idea of re-using and re-inventing everyday materials to achieve some notably Brazilian characteristics— bright colors, creative chaos, the triumph of simple solutions. This piece has been realised in cast bronze and is limited to an edition of 25 + 4 ap.
Vincent Dubourg’s is a French artist born in 1977. Dubourg’s sculptural furniture makes contemporary allusions to traditional methods of cabinetmaking. This evokes a nostalgic sense of the familiar, which he simultaneously distorts with his fresh approach to materials and techniques. Created from aluminium, this piece has been realised as an edition of 8 + 4 AP and measures approximately 224cm (h) x 83cm (w) x 123.5 (l).
Giacomo Ravagli was born in 1981 in Italy and learned to carve marble in the sculpture workshops of Pietrasanta. His work also alludes to heaviness and lightness and sometimes incorporates clay or metals, such as cast bronze, in addition to marble. This extraordinary piece has been realised as an edition of 8 + 4AP and is composed from Portoro marble, brass and electrical fittings.
A Southern California native born in 1962, the acclaimed fashion designer Rick Owens displays a demanding and singular aesthetic in fashion. His original vision plays on material. Working with craftsmen of the highest caliber, he has developed a collection of pieces that express his signature style in cut, volume, and plan. This piece is realised in concrete and limited to an edition of 50 + 4 AP.
Agostino Bonalumi was an Italian abstract artist known for his principal role in the Post-War avant-garde. In the 1960s, his inventive “extroflections” – shapes that emerged from taut canvas impressed into relief – were his responses to Arte Informel abstractions of the 1950s. To be in the presence of art was important to the painter and sculptor, as he had said that “beauty has to be experienced, not described”. This exquisite bronze casting measures approximately 40cm x 80cm x 42cm.
After graduating in economics and business studies from the Bocconi university in Milan, Gianluca Pacchioni moved to Paris. It was the 1990's and he was plunged into the Paris art world where he shared a studio with other artists immersed in a process of self-taught experimentation. This exquisite piece is realised in bronze and concrete and measures approximately 90cm (h) x 40cm (w) x 40cm (d).
In 1950, Jaroslava Brychtová joined the design studio of the glassworks at Železný Brod, directing the architectural glass department. Working with her father, the sculptor Jaroslav Brychta, she began to experiment with casting, molding, and melting glass during the 1940s. This extraordinary piece is realised in cast glass and measures approximately 38cm x 45cm x 38cm.
Barry X Ball was born in 1955 in Pasadena, CA and lives and works in New York. His work has been widely exhibited internationally over the last 30 years and is represented in many public and private collections. This extraordinary work is crafted from Mexican Onyx and stainless steel. It rests upon a pedestal of Macedonian Marble, stainless steel, wood, acrylic lacquer, steel, nylon and plastic.
ClockClock L is a new, larger scale addition the ClockClock series, originally commissioned by MoMA Design Store, New York. This limited edition combines the unique concept of marrying analogue and digital timekeeping with the technical precision and expert craftsmanship that Humans since 1982 are renowned for. Realised in Black or White Coated Aluminium with electronic components the piece measures approximately 1570mm x 720mm x 50mm.
Gary Magakis’ unique blackened steel Ledges Console reflects the sculptor’s distinct approach to creating bold and dense geometric forms that exude a Modernist elegance and buoyance. At once a functional object and a work of art, the Ledges Console is designed to suggest weightlessness while retaining a muscular visual power.
Since 2006, Rick Owens has been presenting a collection of monolithic furniture produced in collaboration with his life partner, artist Michèle Lamy. They have developed a unique furniture style that he describes as luxe minimalism. This piece is realised as an edition of 50 and measures approximately 50cm (h) x 90cm (w) x 80cm (d).
Zhang Zhoujie graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. His work is known for being independent, experimental and futuristic. Zhang believes that objects in the digital world can grow and develop much like natural evolution, and he is dedicated to discovering and exploring the methods within these transformations. This piece is part of the Trianulation Series and is realised as an edition of 12 + 2 AP.
Humans since 1982 was established in 2009 by Bastian Bischoff (b. 1982, Germany) and Per Emanuelsson (b. 1982, Sweden) who met as postgraduate students at HDK Göteborg in 2008. Celebrating the Cross is a controversial sun lounger in the shape of a life-size black crucifix. The cross has not only a semiotic meaning but also a practical function.
Johnny and Trent began to collaborate in isolation, experimenting with leather, a material that has been formative in the working lives of both designers. Johnny worked as a saddler on cattle stations in the Kimberley region, using traditional techniques to cut, stamp and form leather. This piece is from the Parti (Skin) Collection and is realised as an edition of 5 + 2 AP.
Atra Founder Alexander Díaz Andersson was raised in Sweden, studies in Spain before moving o the Yucatan Peninsula, where he first started experimenting with furniture. Now located in Mexico City, Díaz Andersson's furniture, sculptures, interiors, and hospitality projects are defined by a studied balance of chaos and structure, fluidity and function.
Zhang Zhoujie graduated from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in London. He established Zhang Zhoujie Digital Lab in 2010. He is a pioneer in the realm of digital creativity and established a new digital furniture brand Endless Form to promote a new direction for design in the digital era. This piece is realised as an edition of 8 + 2AP in 304 mirror polished stainless steel and ultra white tempered glass.
Fade is Pak’s latest thought-provoking venture to grace the NFT space. Pak, the omniscient designer/developer/wizard, uses their work as a means of grappling with the fundamentals of the blockchain as a medium. An innovator of art through code, this work represents the epitome of Pak’s style both aesthetically and philosophically.
Tupac is the creative director and founder of Satore Studio. He’s a multimedia artist whose work spans the fields of technology, lighting, projection and video, sound design, music, and composition. Cipi which means butterfly in Huichol, is the latest extension of a bigger concept called Unique – a graphic novel composed of 96 phrases and drawings which Tupac wrote from 5-7 am every day for 18 months.
Till Janz is a fashion photographer, a moving image director and digital content creator. The foundation of his work comes from his background in UX design and programming and his enjoyment of creating an emotional response to his content. This photographic piece is edition 1 of 1 and is 4724px × 3227px.
David Rudnick, a graphic designer known for high-profile collaborations with musicians such as Black Midi, Nicolas Jaar, and Oneohtrix Point Never has created this lossless png in a 1 of 1 edition at 4650px x 4650px.
Using a Natalia Makarova performance of the 1905 ballet The Dying Swan, time and motion give rise to a flowing sculptural form, creating a physical manifestation of not only the performance itself but of the imperfect yet human and beautiful nature of memories. This is a signed and limited edition digital creation at 1080 x 1920 px, Video (19.7 MB).
Lead by Albert-László Barabási, BarabásiLab is one of the most influential labs in network science. It brings together scientists, designers, and artists, united by a desire to understand networks and complexity. The nodes of the map are artworks sold on SuperRare between April 2018 and April 2021, shown in the order in which the NFTs were minted.
Sleek and minimal, the Bogarde Dress is understated in bonded base combined with a front panel of soft leather. Features a v-neckline neckline and a sleeveless silhouette. Through the front creates an asymmetrical peplum that layers over the sectioned midi length line skirt.
The Apollo Crop Top is an exemplary example of Maticevski signature draping. This ultra-cropped top is detailed with a contrast dramatic ruffled neckline cut from a mesh-like fabrication. This top is fully lined and closed with an exposed zip through the centre back.
The Reconvene Gown exudes seductive strength, the metallic tiled jersey compliments the feminine lines. Featuring a high neckline, a snug gathered cut-away silhouette, and long sleeves with subtle cuts out through the shoulder, ruching throughout to accentuate the enveloped form.
The Maticevski Reside Bubble Bustier combines sleek minimalism with a voluminous structure. The square strapless neckline is a clean anchor for flounced ruffles hem that flares out over the hips. This piece is boned for added structure and is closed with a double-ended full-length zip at centre-back.
The Maticevski Heaven on Earth Gown combines an effortlessly draped silhouette, and a tiered aigrette achieves both elegance and beguiling romanticism. Delicate cumuli of silk create the Heaven on Earth Gown cut from expertly draped hand organza.
Architectural structure and sharp tailoring meet in this sophisticated cocktail dress. Featuring a strapless neckline and a fitted bodice dramatically cinched at the waist. Leads into a tucked and shaped pencil midi-length skirt that accentuates and flatters. Highlight front split allows a glimpse of leg.
Cut from the soft white cotton with a distressed foil pleat fabrication detail, the Lady Lover Tee signals a relaxed new mood and features a crew-neck and drop shoulders rolled back sleeve.
A draped form is a sculptural start on the undeniably show-stopping Neros Gown in sleek black. Featuring an elegant v-neckline and a long and column-like skirt that tapers into an asymmetrical train at the back. Statement splits on the front give this ultra-romantic gown a punchy lift.
A fragrance that sonically charts a journey through the rapturous and tragic terrains of love. For Electra is the first single released by Pierce with Arrow on Dais Records. Closely tracing the instrumentation and emotional landscape of the music, the fragrance travels through a twisted vortex of intense passion, arousal, heartbreak, longing, confusion and darkness.
Access the emotional landscape and imagery of André Aciman’s writings by way of nose with this fragrance that was created in response to a moment in his 2019 novel Find me, the sequel to the novel Call me by your name in collaboration with FSG Books US Macmillan.
An olfactive response to the auditory sensation and emotional canvas of Amore by Ryuichi Sakamoto — a musical composition that first appeared on Sakamoto's eighth studio album in 1989, Beauty. This fragrance is the first in an ongoing body of scents that introduces the works of visionary musicians across a range of musical genres, and offers audiences a new sensory channel for accessing the spirt and emotions behind the music.
An olfactive response to the multi-screen installation and photographic series of Isaac Julien that traverse a collection of Lina Bo Bardi’s most iconic buildings, offering a meditation on the work and legacy of the visionary modernist architect and designer (1914–1992).
This fragrance was created as apart of a site specific olfactive installation for Matte Projects. The fragrance and corresponding installation was developed with concept of conjuring ghosts in an abandoned warehouse for their 2018 Black NYC event.
Ol·fac·to philia is an olfactive study of sexual desire consisting of 18 sexual expressions. Each fragrance translates a specific erotic impulse taken from the personal accounts of 18 individuals. The project seeks to expand audiences sensorial appreciation for intimacy and to stimulate an openness towards alternative modes of sensuality.
Smell the feeling of loss and the flourishing sexuality of youth in the 1960’s with this fragrance created in response to Haruki Murakami’s 1987 novel Norwegian Wood.
Looking For Langston by Isaac Julien. An olfactive response to the film, a lyrical exploration - and recreation - of the private world of poet, novelist and playwright Langston Hughes (1902-1967) and his fellow black artists from the Harlem Renaissance, exploring themes of race, class, black sexuality and a discourse on interracial desire.
Dusita is a Paris-based perfume house established in 2016 by Thailand-born Pissara Umavijani. This breathtaking floral takes Rose de Mai and Grandiflorum Jasmine from the Grasse region of France, blending them with magnolia, lily, and musky ambrette. Fleur de Lalita’s array of flowers smooths down into a harmonious base of vanilla, sandalwood and ambergris. A fragrance for the sophisticated, confident and gracious wearer.
An enigmatic, complex fragrance that gradually unfolds, giving the wearer subtle wafts over the course of its evolution. Francesca Bianchi intended to create a fragrance that smells of human skin - subtly animalic, warm and soft. Under My Skin is a sensual blend of balsams, iris butter and soft leather. This perfume is long-lasting, softly projecting its warm, human-like charms.
Times Square is equal parts chic and trashy, neon and after-dark, urban and nature. Opening with a green tuberose, which introduces a ‘lipgloss’ accord, comprised of violet, sour cherry and other fruity notes. These lead into osmanthus which is fruity, and has leathery facets, allowing for styrax resin to enter the picture, then smoky guaiac wood completes this grimy, urban snapshot of New York City.
Perfumer and Founder of Parfum d’Empire, Marc-Antoine Corticchiato grew up in the Mediterranean isle of Corsica. Its rugged, coastal beauty is reflected in many of his fragrances, but particularly in Corsica Furiosa. The gummy resin of mastic is key to this fragrance, with the Lentiscus trees growing wild on the island. Mastic’s piney aromatics meld with the greenness of tomato leaf and the warmth of hay.
A burst of blood orange and mandarin announce Trajan’s arrival, leading to a candied lavender and saffron core, with salty ambergris and oakmoss giving equilibrium to the sweetness. Trajan is woody, aromatic, sweet and salty. Each element is pitched perfectly, with no dominant notes, simply a harmony of ingredients. Fans of Maison Francis Kurkdjian’s Baccarat Rouge 540 will appreciate Trajan’s radiance and alluring effect.
Like the kaleidoscope of hues that swirl within the flesh of these exotic creatures, ylang dances with delicate frangipani upon your skin in a melody of creamy florals, while aphrodisiac vanilla blends with salty, silky musks to envelop you in the fruity, exotic atmosphere of the island.
The House of Isabey dates back to 1924. After closing in 1941 due to historical events, Isabey was revived in 1999 with some of their original classic fragrances being restored and modernised. Tendre Nuit is a comforting, powdery scent. Vanilla, creamy almond and benzoin resin give a hint of gourmand facets, whilst pink rose and fruity, musky ambrette brighten and uplift. Classic Parisian sophistication with modern wearability.
Named after an arid desert along the Silk Road in northwestern China, Taklamakan embodies this dusty landscape with far away promises of exotic riches. Vanilla and its resinous counterparts of benzoin and labdanum form an amber accord with a greater sense of space than typically found in an Oriental fragrance. Ancient pillars of sandalwood, iris and guaiac wood are monuments in the distance, withstanding the test of time on the skin.
Australian perfumer Corey Newcombe created Fall in 2019. After a turbulent start to the year, he found himself seeking comfort. Aromatic bay laurel and cinnamon give warmth, while birch lends a medicinal counterpoint to an amber-centric backbone. Vanilla gives a softness and oakmoss a herbal complexity to the base. Newcombe used comforting elements as inspiration for Fall; the musty aroma of old books, the sweet woodiness of old-fashioned creaming soda.
Being the Swedish word for timber, Virke is based on complex woody and musky accords. A delicious raspberry note lingers in the heart and top, and is a figurehead of this very-Scandinavian creation. This well-carved woody wonder was created with the pure intention to make your day feel like a vacation, like becoming friends with time, enjoying simple pleasures to the fullest.
MDCI is the vision of Claude Marchal, an art lover with a passion for fragrance. This Frenchman saw the homogeneity of the industry as a serious drawback, and decided to create his own brand. Cuir Cavalier, from their Paintings collection, is a Middle Eastern tinged Leather fragrance with a heart of rose, oud and saffron. This exemplifies the elegance that MDCI is known for, but with a twist of the exotic.
Collaborating with master perfumer Bertrand Duchaufour, Paris-based Neela Vermeire’s striking creations evoke her Indian heritage. Ashoka is green and woody, quiet and serene. Beginning floral and green, a fig leaf accord creates a serene atmosphere. It’s after this initial stage that the mimosa, apricot-like osmanthus, and creamy sandalwood, emerge to the forefront. A scent to unwind and collect your thoughts.
The Sistema Series is first family within Parts of Four. As a mode of creation it expresses the core principle of Parts of Four which is modularity. The "body" and "insert" are separate parts joined together with pins. This leaves endless possibilities for iteration of material and form.
This item is made with a naturally occurring element and will vary from the photograph you see. Each piece is unique and this is what makes it special. Parts of Four use facet-grade rough gemstones which means that the traditional intention of this rough material is cut faceted stones. This assures the highest quality material while maintaining an aversion to classical jewelry norms.
Parts of Four Mega Pavé is an extreme approach to stone setting. Breaking traditional norms these diamond silvers are individually dug into the wax master of each item before casting. This piece is 100% hand fabricated from metal plate; cut into sections and soldered together to make the hollow three dimensional form.
The Sistema Series is first family within Parts of Four. As a mode of creation it expresses the core principle of Parts of Four which is modularity. The "body" and "insert" are separate parts joined together with pins. This leaves endless possibilities for iteration of material and form.
This piece is 100% hand fabricated from metal plate; cut into sections and soldered together to make the hollow three dimensional form. If sterling silver, the sheet metal is made by hand. The silver is melted and rolled out into plate.
The Parts of Four Mega Pavé is an extreme approach to stone setting. Breaking traditional norms these diamond silvers are individually dug into the wax master of each item before casting. This item is made with a naturally occurring element, each piece is unique and this is what makes it special.
The Sistema Series is first family within Parts of Four. As a mode of creation it expresses the core principle of Parts of Four which is modularity. The "body" and "insert" are separate parts joined together with pins. This leaves endless possibilities for iteration of material and form combinations.