You know how you keep coming back, again and again, to the same website? Links that take you there from a myriad of sources …
For me, right now, it seems to be the Carpenters Workshop Gallery which:
… produces and exhibits functional sculptures by international rising and already established artists and designers going outside their traditional territories of expression. The gallery is actively involved in the research and production of the limited edition works exhibited. The choices are guided by the research of an emotional, artistic and historical relevance; a relevance that appears as an evidence …
Click here to read more about the gallery and its’ founders and do take a little time to explore the lovely range of products available.
My aesthetic taste is drawn magnetically to the lighting which, anyone who spends even a little time on this blog will know, I am passionate about.
This week, trying to organise my house project plans by ‘rationalsing’ my image files, I came across the lovely hanging lamps by Nendo, top two images below, and, yep, on the Carpenters Workshop Galley they are.
Along with the stunning chandelier by Vincent de Cotiis, above, and the gorgeous Les Cordes by Mathieu Lehanneur, third image below, both of which are also in my project file.
If money were no object, that’d be my main kitchen light (Les Cordes), my over-the-table dining light (the De Cotiis) and upper floor studio (the Nendo baskets) sorted.
Sadly, money is an object. Choices will have to be made.
Meantime, I shall dream upon the Carpenters Workshop Gallery and wish upon a 💫 for rather more 💰 than I currently have.
The image above is: VINCENZO DE COTIIS: DC 1606, 2016, TUBULAR BRASS, NEON LIGHT.
All images courtesy of The Carpenters Workshop Gallery.