We create and curate sets and tools designed to shape the experience of space, home, and time through the beauty of everyday objects and routines.
SEASONS BY THE MOON IS HERE
Drawing from the lunar phases throughout the year, SEASONS BY THE MOON is a study on time: a guide to the continually changing views of the moon above us, and a prompt to notice our own cycles that guide our days, months, and years—as we circle the orbits of our lives.
SEASONS BY THE MOON EDIT
A selection of our favorite tools to pair with SEASONS BY THE MOON—and for regrounding your routines for the days ahead.
THE IKEBANA CANDLE X PPP LABSHOP NOW
Our first scented candle in a keepsake vessel inspired by the balance of art and contemplation found in the practice of ikebana arranging.
The Serving Set x Atelier LipsSHOP NOW
Designed for the sensory delight of eating and drinking, a sculptural set of hand-crafted trays and cups to elevate every day.
OUR SIGNATURE SETS
Designed for the Senses
From the sight of an object's form to the feel of a texture in the hand, each item in our collection has been created and curated to intuitively engage the senses.
Handcrafted in Limited Editions
Our artist editions are made by hand in small batches and are one-of-a-kind. Like the seasons, these special pieces will come, go, and naturally change over time.
Curated for Everyday Routines
Assembled for the beauty in everyday things and routines, we've chosen each set and object as a tool to find connection in daily life.
Space of Time is an ongoing collaboration between two friends: a studio created out of connection and a shared vision for the things and thoughts that we find memorable and beautiful.
"In a time where real world experiences are still subject to the start and stall of normal life, Space of Time brings a new perspective to the act of looking inwards."
"Using either set is to learn the value of daily ritual—of transforming calmness from something we sometimes feel to something we routinely create."
"Space of Time thoughtfully curates sets of design-forward everyday home objects."