Jan 182016
 
The New Kyoto Craft Movement

A Fresh Start for Tradition In 2012 a small group of Kyoto based craftsmen teamed up with the Danish design studio OEO to create Japan Handmade.  Their aim was to bring the best of traditional Japanese crafts to a more international market, while retaining the integrity of each workshop.  The culmination of their work was [more...]

Apr 072015
 
Over a cup of tea: Origin Magazine

Over a cup of Tea Origin of Lost Ceremony J  A  P  A  N Adam’s Note: When I returned from the first round of shooting Lost Ceremony in Japan, I wrote and illustrated an article for Origin Magazine that has not yet been shared online.  After three years, three exhibitions, and an upcoming book project, [more...]

Mar 042015
 
Do what you Love: OeO Thomas Lykke & Anne-Marie Buemann

Do what you Love OEO Thomas Lykke & Anne-Marie Buemann BY ADAM MARELLI   01 Recently you finished a new showroom for the family run flooring company, Dinesen.  The space feels more like a home and less like a showroom.  Many people don’t think of floors as anything special because they are always under our feet.  [more...]