Every Monday we share things that inspire us in the studio, whether it be something to watch, read, listen to or places to visit...
This week MONCmondays is featuring The Ethical Butcher, who've made it their mission to reconnect people with nature and to create provide quality, ethically and locally sourced produce.
This week we’re admiring the work of architectural photographer Simone Bossi, known for his emotive use of light and attention to detail to convey the mood of a space.
Vollebak take extreme challenges and try to solve them with pieces of clothing. One of the challenges they explored is when Covid-19 hit, and wanted to investigate the role clothing can play in protecting against disease on Earth.
To kick off the year, we’ve been flicking through Wally Koval’s Accidentally Wes Anderson, a curation of more than 200 intriguing locations aroundthe world inspired by the unique vision of director Wes Anderson’s films.
Pocko Social have made us rethink what a ‘normal’ Christmas can and should be, by helping give the gift of a better future this year through The KADO Project.
By exploring how design can learn from and protect our natural environment, Barlett School of Architecture Bio-Integrated Design Lab have created ‘Indus’, a system of tiles inlaid with algae that can filter toxic chemical dyes and heavy metals out of water.
We’re looking back at the 3 districts that inspired the designs of our frames from (re)introducing a classic - Gràcia, Kreuzberg and Södermalm.
As we all begin to wind down from Black Friday, a weekend where we as consumers spend billions of pounds to nab the multitude of deals thrown at us left right and centre, we've been thinking about the bigger picture.
As we're entering our fourth week of lockdown in the UK, it's safe to say we're all in need of a change of scenery. This week we stumbled across WindowSwap, a quarantine project set up by Sonali Ranjit and Vaishnav Balasubramaniam.
This week we’re looking at the series ‘I Know How Furiously Your Heart is Beating’ by American photographer Alec Soth.
As we enter our second lockdown in the UK, we’re taking some time to ourselves to read the award winning novel ‘The Frayed Atlantic Edge’ by historian David Gange.
‘Soda Tables’ is a collaboration between Italian brand Miniforms and designer Yiannis Ghikas. This collection of glass tables reflects the talent and craftsmanship of Italian artisans - something we value highly within our own products.