The Jane Antwerp: ‘Fine Dining Meets Rock ’n Roll’

  Photo by Richard Powers   This spring, the Belgian city of Antwerp debuts what promises to become a new mecca for design lovers and food aficionados alike, as it opens the doors to The Jane restaurant. Set within the chapel of a former military hospital, the newly renovated space is the result of a threeread ON

SCANDINAVIAN CHIC: Helle Flou + Kopenhagen Fur

    Nestled within an old mansion located a stone’s throw from the Copenhagen residence of the Danish royal family, lies the new and effortlessly cool offices of Kopenhagen Fur. While the revamped property owes its updated look to architect/designer Helle Flou, it was originally built as home to a wealthy merchant in 1835 byread ON

BARCELONA DREAMING: A Loox Studio Renovation

    Hello gumdrops. This Thursday we are off to Spain, to visit a fresh renovation of a 1908 heritage property in Barcelona’s Eixample quarter. Originally built by the Catalan architect Josep Domènech i Estapà, the five story property sat unoccupied for years, until recently when Núria Selva Villaronga of loox architecture and design had the opportunity to work herread ON

A&B KASHA: Mastering The Art Of The Pied a Terre

    Founded by East coast US natives Alon & Betsy Kasha, A+B Kasha specializes in the design and development of turn-key luxury Paris real estate and traditional apartment sales. Armed with an incredible eye for quality and design, the pair boasts ten years of expertise in identifying, acquiring, restoring and selling properties in someread ON

MODERNISM WEEK: Sinatra’s Midcentury Time Capsule

    Modernism Week - otherwise known as Palm Springs’ annual celebration of all things mid-century architecture and design – runs through this Sunday, February 23rd. As the week wraps up, I thought it perfect timing for those of us not in the California area to join the festivities, via a virtual visit to one ofread ON

STAIRS: Sixteen Picks from DPAGES Files

    Today I’ve gathered 16 staircases from D files for your viewing pleasure. From the dramatic to the utilitarian, traditional to contemporary… I hope there is a little something for everyone. Above –  A simple gold and blackened stair railing ads restrained glitz to this otherwise minimal space. Design by Cameron Kimber Design.  read ON

Shareen Joel Design: Bar / Kitchen Inspiration

    Dressed in a palette of cashmere travertine, solid walnut, aged brass and blackened steel – I couldn’t resist sharing this natural goes clean-lined-contemporary bar design by Shareen Joel Design. Part of a larger renovation for Fenix Events (formerly Fenix Restaurant) the SJD team was tasked with completing the venue’s redesign/reno in a mereread ON