Every now and then, we’re looking for craftsmanship in the wide world to inspire and give us a better understanding of the universal language of craftsmanship.
This edition of Craftsmanship Abroad takes us to Ireland. In a home build workshop, you’ll find a very skillful craftsman who goes by the name Garvan de Bruir. Mr. de Bruir works with leather, and through his work he constantly seeks to challenge the borders between aestaethics and durability. His hand crafted leather goods are the results of ideas, memories and a very meticulously study of structure.
The video below portraits a craftsman with a passion in the best possible way, and pretty much sums up what we have a great admiration for at CPHmade. Sit back and enjoy.