Studio Daniel Emma, hailing from Adelaide, has expanded its scope. While previously focusing mainly on accessories, they have now launched a collection of furniture and lightning – all handmade in Australia.
They started their design studio in 200, as a way to express their thoughts and ideas through products. Starting from simple shapes and forms, they create unexpected objects. You might know their work from the Wrong for Hay cones and towers. Drawing insight and influence from Australian culture, landscape and everyday life, they look differently at things that seem commonplace at first. The use of material, shapes and colour reflect the diversity and general niceness that is so typical of that land down under.