Four craft products fresh for spring.
Lulu by Evan Jerry of Studio Anansi
Like all the London-based studio founder’s hand-turned objects, the shape of this white oak stool is rooted in forms of African art and undergoes a specialized charring process that lends it, in Jerry’s words, “vulnerable beauty.”
Expanding Rectangle by Tiffany Loy
In experimenting with said geometry, the Singaporean weaver and Royal College of Art graduate produced a collection of alpaca silk textiles that can be worn and are most certainly anything but square.
Puru by Erin Turkoglu of Studio Erin Turkoglu
The lamp’s ceramic base is hand-crafted in the designer’s Helsinki studio, while the bulb reminiscent of a bubblegum bubble is mouth-blown nearby in Riihimäki glass workshop Mafka & Alakosi. Through Adorno.
Banco Feltro by Thiago Antonelli and Thélvyo Veiga of Jabuticasa
Rest awhile on the Brazilian designers’ 12½-inch diameter, 16-inch-high hardwood stool, which is available in three finishes, or remove the wool-felt topper to yield a side table and rest your beverage or books there instead.