"This publication explains a brief history of Croatian Society of Artists together with a photographic journey of a monumental pavilion designed by pre-eminent Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic in 1938. In World War II the building was converted in to a mosque and in 1993 restored back to its original purpose. The pavilion is now used as an exhibition space for all forms of Visual Arts. The brochure created by Bunch consists of four covers showing different stages of the pavilion’s history. Each cover is presented through die-cut circle reminiscent of the pavilions form."
"Handmade from natural stone, this strikingly simple pendant light captures the beautiful features of grey volcanic rock. Named after Japan’s largest active volcano – Mount Aso – the basalt lava pendant lamp keeps its original grey color captured in a timeless shape. The Aso San basalt lava pendant lamp was imagined by German designer Daniel Stoller and hand-chiseled until the final shape was obtained. The opulence of this splendid material was imprinted on the works of the artist, capturing a moment in time when lava formed that exact pattern displayed by each piece of light."