Bronwyn Marshall

  • Creme
    The beautiful Creme timepiece by Taste very much lives up to its name. Made with real marble, each piece then has its own unique signature aesthetic, based on the pattern of the veins created naturally in the chosen face. Minimal, and housed in rose-gold detailing, this piece is effortless. Their ethos to create beautiful, timeless […]
  • Dion Lee RTW SS16
    Dion Lee‘s Ready-to-Wear Spring / Summer 2016 offering is nothing short of simple cool. The Sydney-based Australian Designer has been challenging the forms of fashion since he entered the arena as a serious contender. This collection is clearly no exception. Described as business girls gone bad the collection sees a series of structured blazers, dresses, […]
  • Candamill Fall 15
    Candamill‘s Fall 2015 collection sees a series of clean lines manifest as adornment. The accessories collection is a series of small, medium and larger-than-medium women’s hangbags, all minimally constructed and conceived. Using a strict palette of neutrally-muted leathers, together with metal accents, the shapes and resulting beautiful curation of pieces is a nod to their […]
  • L242
    Estragon’s L242 speaker for VONSCHLOO combines a purposed 360-degree design with refined functionality. The emphasis for the design was material and finish, however formally the cone-shape was inspired by the Folle, an archaic sound object that has been used in the Swiss Alps for centuries to call the Alpsegen. Composed of composite cement, wood, metal […]
  • Little House Big Terrace
    Takuro Yamamoto’s Little House Big Terrace epitomises minimalist living. The main driver through the design process was firmly on creating quality of space. The real emphasis being on creating quality external spaces that would also act as internal shelters, but allow for a illusion of a greater footprint. Situated in Tokyo, Japan and typical of […]
  • Jurassic Light 117
    Studio Dessuant Bone’s Jurassic Light 117 is the culmination of Another Country’s invitation to design a bespoke industrial design object as part of their 5-Year Anniversary Exhibition, The Dorset Series. Held during London Design Festival 2015, the intent was for the designed pieces to reflect homage to the Dorset region. The resulting minimalistic Jurassic Light 117 […]
  • Linea
    Alvaro Diaz Hernandez’s Linea coffee table and magazine rack is a collection that imbues the strength of the line. All pieces are purposely designed to be used as both sculptural and industrially purposeful functional forms. The pieces are made of powder-coated steel members, welded together to create a series of calculated and rigid forms. The interpretation […]
  • Gentle Hint Chair
    Nissa Kinzhalina‘s latest conception, the Gentle Hint Chair, is the epitome of restrained minimalism. The collection is a duo of seating elements that also double as potential table elements. The pieces see the calculated fusion of lines with the physical limits of the material itself. The balancing act between these two is quite beautiful. Made […]
  • Éditions 01
    Zé Studio and Ward Roberts combine forces to bring the Éditions 01 series to the masses. Based in Sydney and New York respectively, this collaboration of creative direction and artistic execution is based on a calculated and minimal interpretation of music and film combining. Each piece embodies its own identity; its own response to this […]
  • Sherlock Lamp
    Outofstock’s Sherlock Lamp combines thin lines and innovation in illumination. The Sherlock Lamp takes its name from a nod to the nostalgia abounding the stories of the famous detective. The formal relationship between the lamp and that of a magnifying glass, are obvious, but also quite subtle. The thin rim of illumination used to provide […]
  • Edition X
    Berlin-based The Medley Institute’s Edition X brings subtle and minimal glistening gestures to the jewellery arena. The collection is a series of earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces. Each piece is either a thin or thicker version of the other and designed to wear as a collaboration of styles. Described as being multifaceted, they are beyond […]
  • Dinnerware Collection
    Finell’s latest Dinnerware Collection is a beautiful fusion of organic lines and a soft ethereal quality. Known for their lifestyle products and strong brand of uniquely modern, covetable goods, this collection sees a return to basic principles, with a clearly innovative approach to precision and intentional formality. Each piece is part of a larger collection […]