Inspiration

Sukhothai Hotel, Bangkok
January 13, 2017
Context is everything, especially with design. An item's beauty, presence and even purpose can be reinterpreted depending on its surroundings. This week weRead more
December 8, 2016
My Dad, Victor Lamont, was a great mentor to me in choosing this life of design. He passed away this year but his vitality and passions live on with me. HeRead more
Gift Ideas by Alexander Lamont
November 23, 2016
Because there is no such thing as too much inspiration during this holiday season, we'd like to present a few of our favourite things. Here's to aRead more
Bangkok - unintended textures and forms Alexander Lamont
November 10, 2016
Bangkok is a mega city - approximately 10 million residents - that is full of giant structures and vanity projects. But down at street level there are alsoRead more
Oscar de la Renta choosing fabrics
June 29, 2016
In May I travelled to San Francisco to attend the Financial Times Business of Luxury Summit 2016. It was the first time I had attended a gathering of this kindRead more
Designer Artisan short film by Alexander Lamont
April 6, 2016
Linked below is a short film I have just finished that brings some light and movement to my words, processes and background; 3 minutes of ‘why',Read more
Enamel and Lacquer box by Jean Dunand and Jean Goulden one of designer Alexander Lamont's favorite Art Deco pieces
February 24, 2016
I have mentioned the influence of the Art Deco period in the materials I use, and the designs I make so I thought I would write a piece about some actualRead more
Bronze Owl Sculpture by Alexander Lamont
August 5, 2015
Bronze animal sculpture has been a part of the artwork that we design and make since the beginning. Animals, birds and fish bring a vitality to sculpture thatRead more
Tattoo being applied to parchment skin.
July 22, 2015
As the managing editor for the blog, I see many photographs every week of the current work going on in our workshops.  I come across various images thatRead more
Alexander Lamont exhibition of curated antiques
June 3, 2015
What we see is a constantly changing world of light and colour and texture. Any visual artist will tell you that the first thing needed is to learn to see.Read more