“We don’t do perfect”
BadAss Ceramics is a design company who does things a little bit differently. While we design and deliver tableware fully aimed at hardworking functionality, our key focus is always on life itself - the foods we love to eat and the people we want to hang out with while eating it. Even though we produce in big volumes we always make sure every single piece of handmade tableware tells its own story, in its own uniqueness with that signature BadAss nitty gritty feel. “We don’t do perfect” is our spot-on motto.
Creative collective based in Copenhagen and Stockholm, with a passion for creating contemporary artisanal rugs in the finest natural wool. The Cappelen Dimyr rugs are designed in Scandinavia and handcrafted by specialists in India, through traditional techniques.
Mad et Len
MAD et LEN traps the scents of memories into beautifully handcrafted objects and experimental fragrances. The nature that surrounds the brand’s atelier in the southern France Alps serves as the main source of inspiration for its perfume and candle lines
By choosing to use only the finest seasonal natural ingredients, worked through a small-scale production, Sandra Fuzier and Alexandre Piffaut have perfected their craft, blending balanced scents that are rich, refreshing and rejuvenating.
Who said they don't make them like they used to? For more than a century in Los Angeles, civilized trades, artisans and guilds have quietly mastered their craft, beautifully dressing Hollywood sets and costumes and making their mark in avant-garde design.
In these workshops, the moment of creation meets the romance of collectability. After three decades in this business, —we humbly dedicate ourselves to a new era and a new generation, in the decorative arts.
Näfveqvarn is one of Sweden's oldest design companies. The first blast furnace was lit as early as 1623. But it was during the 1920s, Näfveqvarn became internationally known for its cast iron products, designed by the leading architects and artists of the time. Such as Anna Petrus, Folke Bensow och Gunnar Asplund.
In the autumn of 2018, Näfveqvarn resumed the handcrafted production in Sweden with a number of the products that made Näfveqvarn world famous during the mill's heyday.