May 24, 2013


It's been long since I've seen something as beautiful as Nikolas Kerl's Coatrack Charles! It's so hard to find Coatracks! And this one is the most beautiful one we have ever seen! You can order directly from him, but there is an additional tax for switzerland.


May 23, 2013


– Verlyn Klinkenborg

Artist and sculptor Bryan Nash Gill knows where heat comes from, and more than that, he knows good oak (and ash, and cedar).
Woodcut is a hardback book of his large scale relief prints made from the beautiful cuttings of salvaged dead or decaying wood. Born and raised in rural Connecticut, Gill has always taken inspiration from the New England countryside, but only started working with wood a few years ago while building his art studio. The first prints he made came from the two-by-fours, four-by-fours and eight-by-eights that now make up his workshop walls. The beauty he created from these prints evolved, and eventually became a series of works on paper and the book.


May 1, 2013


In the issue 63 of May 2013, Monocle selected The Hansen Family in its Design Directory Top 25 and made a great interview of Gesa Hansen !

"German-Danish designer Gesa Hansen has transformed a personal legacy into a flourishing design business. Launched in 2009, The Hansen Family brings natural-grown oak to grandpa's workshop to produce a smart line of pared-down furnishing."