Design movement you most identify with: "...plus the Arts & Crafts movement in England and its Deutscher Werkbund counterpart in Germany in the era running up to WWI What the eras have in common is that they emerge after a period of cultural stagnation and open the doors to new ways of seeing. What intrigues us formally is that both strike a brilliant balance between a richness of texture and pattern offest by a purity and strictness in form. We aim for an essential simplicity in our work, but we also imbue our pieces with sublte texturing to give richness and depth, and ensure that people keep coming back to the work.”
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Design movement you most identify with: "...plus the Arts & Crafts movement in England and its Deutscher Werkbund counterpart in Germany in the era running up to WWI What the eras have in common is that they emerge after a period of cultural stagnation and open the doors to new ways of seeing. What intrigues us formally is that both strike a brilliant balance between a richness of texture and pattern offest by a purity and strictness in form. We aim for an essential simplicity in our work, but we also imbue our pieces with sublte texturing to give richness and depth, and ensure that people keep coming back to the work.”