After 10 years of the "Bread Workshops", help Aalex Bettler to finally upgrade his oven! Get yourself some nice bread and more!
Jordi is a long time collaborator! check out his new project on indigogo: https://www.indiegogo.com/…/lampp-turn-your-phone…/x/9189859
Hello friends and summer!
Our new site is finally up after dormancy for a while. Perfect time to have some lemonade, enjoy greenery and read the latest 'The Plant'.
Have a look at our new site/shop. We ship worldwide
'Control the Spice’ by Odd Matter
A calculator and measurement resulting from the historical value of black pepper in trading and our current (mis)understanding of currencies, intends to give back a visual and physical value to the peppercorn.
Read more the interesting concept behind this beautiful brooch:
' Cut and Shut : The History of Creative Salvage' by Gareth Williams & Nick Wright
‘It comes from London and it comes from the music business. You take different influences and you meld them together and you make it up as you go along. There’s no formal training in rock and roll. People learn themselves and they teach each other.’ Tom Dixon.
Reversed Volumes by mischer’traxler
A collection of bowls that are shaped by capturing the imprint of a fruit/vegetable. Food safe, water proof and is perfect for veggies!
Scent Pebbles by Pia Wustenberg
Not only a necklace, but also a perfume diffuser. Each is unique and handmade, comes with a Poivre 23 sample by La Labo.
Ototeman by Zaven
A beautiful and peculiar way to keep the fragrance. An edition of 5 only, comes with a Poivre 23 sample by La Labo.
Add a bit spice to warm up this xmas!
Univers Poivre by Arlette Ess, silk scarfs with drawings of peppercorns closeup. One edition of 5, only 3 left. http://designmarketo.com/univers-poivre/
An exciting new book on our shelf! Cut and Shut: The History of Creative Salvage by Gareth Williams & Nick Wright.
This book focuses on the early careers of a number of self-taught (and now internationally-renowned) designers who were creating furniture from ready mades, scrap metal and found objects in Britain during the 80s and 90s. The book also examines how the UK’s music, architecture, arts, and clubland culture was influential on their work.
Illustrated by a huge archive of previously unpublished images and including interviews with Tom Dixon, Ron Arad, Joe Rush, Mark Brazier-Jones, André Dubreuil, Jon Mills and Danny Lane, this is the account of some of the most anarchic design ever produced.
The Plant is featured by B RAD. Have a look! Also, you can find The Plant newest issue at DesignMarketo: http://designmarketo.com/the-plant-issue-5/