Four Playful Glass Accessories From Seletti

    We’re wrapping up the week with a few little charmers that caught my eye this month – because while design is serious business… it should also be fun. Enjoy!   A little shot of something bright now and then can really work wonders – in comes my new found adoration for Attico’s Atomizersread ON

JULY 2014 FAVORITES: D’s Little List of Loves

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. PURSE – Tom Ford Leather & Feather Bag ($2,950) – Tom Ford 2. WALL ART – Photograph by Wolfgang Tillmans – tillmans.co.uk 3. BOOKS – F. Scott Fitzgerald Hardbacks (approx. $35, £14.99) - Amazon US, Penguin UK 4. CUTLERY – Malmo Rose Gold Place Setting by Kate Spade ($90) – Bloomingdale’sread ON

The Stunning Ceramic Art of Syra Gómez

    Inspired by nature, Brooklyn based artist Syra Gómez specializes in custom made, site specific ceramic art pieces. We first came across Gómez’s work in the bedroom shown above – in which Gómez designed a mid-century-style wall installation for the São Paulo / New York based architecture firm Studio Arthur Casas. As luck would haveread ON

LET THE GAMES BEGIN: A Slightly Sporty Summer Lust List

      Summer is officially in full swing and in the spirit of the long and mild days ahead, D has gathered a selection of outdoorsy items sure to motivate some time in the sun. Enjoy! Above - You And Me Ping Pong Table ($3,950) by RS Barcelona. It doubles as a dining table and is suitableread ON

JACKY TSAI x SHANGHAI TANG: Breathing Life Into Dying Chinese Arts

    In celebration of its 20th year as an ambassador of the Chinese aesthetic to the modern west – luxury fashion brand Shanghai Tang has lined up a series of collaborations with talented creatives due to roll out in the months ahead. Kicking off the birthday festivities is a limited edition capsule collection basedread ON

U-Ram Choe’s Latest Kinetic Light Sculptures

    Back in early 2012 DPAGES shared the work of fine artist U-Ram Choe and today we are making a revisit to update you on some his his new pieces. For those who missed the first go around, we’ll start with a little background on the artist. Born in 1970, U-Ram Choe works out of aread ON

SHOO FLY: Folk Practices Meet Contemporary Design

    Take a stroll though the food markets of urban Mexico and you will likely spot water filled plastic bags hanging from taco kiosks and other food vending stalls. The reasoning behind this local practice is that the reflection / refraction of light upon hanging water confuses the compound faceted eyes of certain insects, thusread ON