A single-block bench crafted from fragrant cedar wood, its distinctive arched shape highlighting the wood's unique grain patterns and tonal variations.
Brodie Neill is an exciting new designer who places a premium on seamless forms and an awareness of materials. Originally from Tasmania, Australia, Neill has rapidly amassed a global clientele and a respected reputation.
Neill pursued his undergraduate degree in anthropology at the University of Tasmania before pursuing a graduate degree in design at the Rhode Island School of Design, where he took a forward-thinking approach to digital creation.
Neill's present workshop is located in London's East End, and it's there that he's been applying his fluid design effortlessly to a range of objects, turning them from ordinary products into one-of-a-kind works of art.
In the 1930s Spindizzies or Tether Cars were miniature racecars built by hobbyists which drove around banked wooden tracks at speeds approaching 150 miles per hour. Incredibly detailed and aerodynamic,...
Technically skilled enthusiasts of the 1930s loved to race the legendary B.B. Korn cars around the club tracks. Called tether cars or spindizzies, they reached incredible speeds, and inspired thousands...
In honor of the Compasso d'Oro's tenth anniversary, Ptolomeo has been outfitted with warm white LED lighting to highlight the furniture's volumes and create a more luxurious atmosphere. Ptolomeo Luce...