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kashiwan bowls September 8th, 2011  Beautifully shaped hand turned bowls in natural oak by Kihachi studio. Kihachi is the oldest producer of wood products in the Yamanaka region of Japan, long famous for its exquisite lacquerware. The perfect, thin forms are created on a rokuro (electric wheel), a technique Kihachi’s craftsmen have mastered over six generations.

kashiwan bowls September 8th, 2011 Beautifully shaped hand turned bowls in natural oak by Kihachi studio. Kihachi is the oldest producer of wood products in the Yamanaka region of Japan, long famous for its exquisite lacquerware. The perfect, thin forms are created on a rokuro (electric wheel), a technique Kihachi’s craftsmen have mastered over six generations.

Over time, dark spots start to appear on mirrors. The silver layer is slowly oxidizing under the influence of oxygen and water, thereby showing some of its history. This process can be regarded as degradation, however this project shows the beauty of this material transition of silver.  by Lex Pott (via the absolute DESIGN blog…)

Over time, dark spots start to appear on mirrors. The silver layer is slowly oxidizing under the influence of oxygen and water, thereby showing some of its history. This process can be regarded as degradation, however this project shows the beauty of this material transition of silver. by Lex Pott (via the absolute DESIGN blog…)

Barber Osgerby Watering Can. Commissioned by Wallpaper* magazine for the Handmade exhibition at the Milan Salone del Mobile 2010.

Barber Osgerby Watering Can. Commissioned by Wallpaper* magazine for the Handmade exhibition at the Milan Salone del Mobile 2010.

leManoosh collates trends and top notch inspiration for Industrial Designers, Graphic Designers, Architects and all creatives who love Design.

leManoosh collates trends and top notch inspiration for Industrial Designers, Graphic Designers, Architects and all creatives who love Design.

Japanese design studio A.P.Works playfully mimics the imagery of Albert Einstein's space-time fabric theory with this mind-bending placemat. By warping the grid pattern, the trick mat creates the illusion that the plate and silverware are weighing down the placemat's seemingly elastic surface, in the same way that planets and stars distort the plane of space-time…

Japanese design studio A.P.Works playfully mimics the imagery of Albert Einstein's space-time fabric theory with this mind-bending placemat. By warping the grid pattern, the trick mat creates the illusion that the plate and silverware are weighing down the placemat's seemingly elastic surface, in the same way that planets and stars distort the plane of space-time…

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