Bathroom Basins & Stands from London Basin Company

One of the exhibitors at the Architectural Digest Design Show held last March in New York City, The London Basin Company produces fine porcelain bathroom basins that are hand-finished using two main application techniques: either "under the glaze", where the pattern is applied to the clay and then the basins are glazed and fired, or… Continue reading Bathroom Basins & Stands from London Basin Company

Kiddo Collection by New Ravenna

It's the wrong side of Labor Day, so that means back-to-school for kids and parents. What better time than the start of the school year to feature these playful tile designs for kid-friendly spaces from New Ravenna? Made in Virginia, the Kiddo Collection of mosaics by designer Cean Irminger includes seven cheerful designs made of… Continue reading Kiddo Collection by New Ravenna

Architectural Sculptures by Chisel & Mouse

Robert and Gavin Paisley are the architecture enthusiasts, and brothers, behind the architectural sculpting studio Chisel & Mouse. In their workshop in East Sussex, England, the Paisley brothers make architecturally inspired art pieces out of plaster by combining traditional sculpting, molding, and casting techniques, with modern technologies like CAD and 3D printing. While their sculptures… Continue reading Architectural Sculptures by Chisel & Mouse

Goccia Faucet & Fixture Line by Gessi

With a silhouette based on the form of a single extended droplet, it shouldn't come as a surprise that Gessi's Goccia line of faucets and fixtures was designed by an artist. But what's more intriguing is that designer/sculptor Prospero Rasulo's new line questions where a sink and faucet belong within a home. Rasulo, who has collaborated… Continue reading Goccia Faucet & Fixture Line by Gessi