Finds: Lagom #6 special
June 26, 2017
Every month we bring you our collection of ‘Finds’, but this one is special: we’ve put Finds into our latest issue for the first time ever, and so this month we’re republishing that selection of Finds online. All photos and styling by us.
Handcrafted and made sustainably using British ash, this table is designed to fold down to 7.5cm thick, making it perfectly adaptable to fit within any studio space. Designed for creatives and the environmentally conscious, each customer is provided with the name and location of the woodland where their table originated.
This sophisticated wrist watch is a proud testament to the beauty of minimal design. Its makers took inspiration from their theory of time and space for their first collection of watches, using black in both matt and gloss, complemented with the use of silver and rose gold.
Weighing only 600g and sitting comfortably in the palm of your hand, this wireless speaker has portability at its core. Its sturdy casing is designed to take life’s very literal knocks while you enjoy its excellent sound dispersion and 24 hours of battery life as it accompanies you on your travels.
The rare bean genre from three-times UK Barista Champion Maxwell Colonna-Dashwood’s Colonna Coffee changes according to availability. The bean shown here is Liquidambo Coe #7 from Honduras, which has a round, juicy sweetness with red apple leading, toffee on the finish, and a delightfully long acidity throughout.
In 2016, deVol launched a new range of ceramic kitchenware born out of its ceramics studio near Loughborough, UK. The range is the creation of designer, Claire Fowler, who applies a scientific approach to glaze chemistry in her work. This mug is made from hand-mixed blue coloured clay, with a white stoneware glaze.
This is Ground specialise in making stunning products for the mobile office. Designed in LA, and made with vegetable-tanned leather in Italy, this case provides ample accommodation for the tools you need for life on the road, including space for cords, laptops, notepads, phone, cards, and more — perfect for the creative nomad.
A joy to write with, the beautiful solid brass Kaweco pen asks for pride of place on a desk. Designed and manufactured by a company founded in the late 1800s, this refill rollerball has over 100 years of first-class German engineering behind it.
This ring bundled, layered paper notebook, designed by Takaaki Kamei(1), basks in the simplicity of its elegant design. Made in Japan, its shape works best for writing on the vertical, and easily fits in the palm of your hand or pocket for note-making on the go.
The 1950s Eames Plastic Chair, originally made from fibreglass, is the muse from which the Hembury Chair takes its inspiration; think of it as the modern, environmentally friendly version. Made from coarse sheep wood as a reinforcer, bio-resin as a binder, and legs made from sustainable ash, the materials are complemented by manufacturing methods designed to have the lowest possible environmental impact.