Good Thing - EVERYDAY tools that are more thoughtful, better looking and longer-lasting than their existing counterparts.
Good Thing is a NY-Based manufacturer of everyday objects. Since its launch in 2014, the company has quickly gained international attention for creating well-considered objects that can be enjoyed by everyone.
Our mission is to offer useful tools that are more thoughtful, better looking and longer-lasting than their existing counterparts. Achieving this goal starts with our designers. We collaborate with the best and brightest design studios from around the world to bring our products to life. Each designer that we work with shares our love of material and manufacturing while bringing to the collection their own unique perspective and personality.
Good Thing’s products can be found at hundreds of retailers internationally, including MoMA, Urban Outfitters, Le Bon Marche, and ITO-YA. Our unique approach has garnered praise from such publications as Dwell Magazine, Wallpaper Magazine and the New York Times.
In January 2017, Forbes Magazine awarded Good Thing's founder and creative director, Jamie Wolfond, the Top 30 Under 30 award for art and design.
Visit the Website: www.supergoodthing.com
At GUAXS we try to develop sculptural objects, that change the atmosphere of a room and have an effect on the people around them. We draw our inspiration from forms of nature and cultural artefacts, always influenced by personal experience gathered on travels, intuition and close observation.
Our objects are made of authentic and sustainable materials, manufactured by hand following practical knowledge and handicraft techniques developed over centuries. Each piece shows the variable traces of human work on its surface, creating interplay between sculptural form and texture.
More specifically, the design of our glass objects combines these aspects with a nuanced and strong color impression, leading to a smooth and natural appearance. This allows them to integrate well into any architecture, while remaining something special and magic at the same time.
Visit the Website: www.guaxs.com
Leolux: a dynamic family business with a long history and a keen vision on design and the future. Leolux has been producing all its furniture in Venlo since 1934.
The broad Leolux collection offers a wide choice of designer furniture. In every modern style, from familiar contemporary to avant-garde design, from design sofas and design corner sofas to designer armchairs and footstools. But also side tables, coffee tables, dining tables and dining chairs. All made to order, so your Leolux design furniture gets a very personal touch.
Visit the Website: www.leolux.com
Big Blue Company - treasures from coral reefs reclaimed as objets d’art because they inspire timelessly.
There's something about Nature's bounty that makes you want to incorporate it seamlessly into your home. For thousands of years, the treasures from coral reefs - namely giant clams, corals and shells - have been reclaimed as objets d’art because their infinite variety in shape, colour, and pattern timelessly inspires.
We, for one, are obsessed with these wild treasures of the sea, knowing full well that hunting for original, timeless home accessories to bring life to your interior can feel like a never ending mission.
But there’s a catch (pun intended): our big blue isn’t that big anymore. An insatiable appetite for the ocean's treasures means that coral reefs worldwide are suffering. There might not even be any left in a matter of years if we carry on at this rate.
So that’s where Big Blue Company comes in. Born in 2016, we create beautiful sea inspired pieces that will add organic elegance to your home without exploiting our oceans one little bit. We won’t tell any lies - our products are 100% “ingenuine” artefacts. And proud of it. No blurring of lines with environment compliance certificates and fighting with sustainability boards here.
Our collection of replica giant clams, seashells and corals is crafted from sustainable materials, 3D technology, hand-finished in China and made with our love of the big blue… and several trips with a pair of flippers and a waterproof camera. Big Blue's range of synthetic corals, shells and sea inspired sculptures is remarkably real to not only look at but to feel as well. In short you could make a complete artificial reef from our range or you could just enjoy one of our pieces to dot around your home.
Each piece is a timeless treasure, incorporating the essence of Nature through intelligent design, adding a sensuous touch of wild beauty to your home. We hope you enjoy being the first to know about our collection and look forward to sharing our journey with you.
Visit the Website: www.bigblueco.com
Taula Interiors - an exclusive collection of contemporary furniture available in innovative ceramic finishes.
Welcome to Taula Interiors
We distribute to the trade an exclusive collection of contemporary furniture available in innovative ceramic finishes, which provide great resilience and beautiful textures.
Visit the Website: www.taula.co.uk
Anouchka Potdevin - upcycling, metalwork, patterns, each axis mixes with the other in a general harmony.
Trained to the applied arts and the smetalwork, Anouchka Potdevin affirms since 2003 a strong identity, making dialogue design and artisanal know–how, while freeing herself from the trends, with elegance and poetry. In Gaël – Brittany, France –, its workshop is a true space of freedom creative.
Its first years of creation are worn by design and realization of furniture and objects based on upcycling. Convinced that the upcycling can provide resolutely new and modern creations with a high degree of finitions, Anouchka brings new and innovating proposals.
In 2011, the Dsàt collection is presented during her first participation in Maison & Objet Paris, a turning in her career. The Maxi-Siège manufactured from a structure taken on old kitchen chairsgives a determining impulse. Since, the Dsàt family increases in the course of time. A low armless chair, a chair, a bench, a bench forthe children, the history continues to be written.
In 2013, the designer joins again with metalwork and carries out a singular seat. The Cage suspended or posed on the ground releases a romanticism which does seduce. We can find it now in a casino in Las Vegas, in Parisian hotels or at the edge of the North Sea.
In 2014, with the Screen in pattern paper made by friend artists and craftsmen, Anouchka repeats how much she is attached to all constructive and aesthetic collaborations.
Up–cycling, metalwork, patterns, each axis mixes with the other in a general harmony.
Today, Anouchka Potdevin falls under an exhaustive approach, evoking that of the artist–decorators. It brings a modernity which belongs only to her, which is distinguished in the landscape.
Visit the Website: www.anouchkapotdevin.com