Posts tagged "handicraft"
Stockholm Design Week 2014: LAST - purchase an object directly from its maker

Stockholm Design Week 2014: LAST – purchase an object directly from its maker

LAST, a collaboration between Åsa Jungnelius, Gustaf Nordenskiöld and Fredrik Paulsen, is a pop-up experience, a shop that can appear anywhere, be it an interior design shop, a gallery, online, or outdoors. Next week during Stockholm Design Week you can experience LAST at Upplandsgatan 9. The concept behind LAST is simple: purchase an object directly from its...
Danish Crafts collection CC16

Danish Crafts collection CC16

The cream of the crop of Danish ceramics, glass, textile and furniture is represented in Danish Crafts’ annual collection of modern Danish craft and design, Danish Crafts Collection CC16. For the first time in the history of Danish Crafts’ collections, all the products in this annual collection are brand-new. The collection contains 23 new products,...
Arts and Crafts developed by spontaneous practical work

Arts and Crafts developed by spontaneous practical work

When working with Arts and Crafts the risk of failure is always close to new discoveries, new beauty. In the upcoming exhibition Walk The Walk at Konsthantverkarna in Stockholm, David Taylor presents his cohesive work that has been developed by the spontaneous practical work, the impulse at the workbench. To follow a whim or an...
Awateef - handweaved by women from Kfar Manda in Galilee

Awateef – handweaved by women from Kfar Manda in Galilee

Awateef is a collaborative project between Knockoutdesign and Palestinian craftswomen of Kfar Manda village in Galilee. The designed series of objects gives a new interpretation of the meeting between the high precision industrial technology and the impeccable beauty and charm of the handicraft. Kfar Manda is a village with one of the highest percentage of...