Part One: Salone del Mobile / Milan Design Week 2014

    Touted as “the global benchmark for the Home Furnishing Sector”, the Salone Internazionale del Mobile and its satellite events attracts hundreds of thousands of design-loving pilgrims to the city of Milan for one week each year, where they gather around the latest in the world’s most innovative and luxurious furnishings. While yours truly did notread ON

Timeless Bicycle Bells From Crane Bell Co.

    Rooted in Japan’s long history of biking culture, the Osaka based Crane Bell Co. has established a name for itself as a high quality manufacturer of beautiful and timelessly designed commuter bike bells. Produced in an array of metals from warm copper and brass to silver aluminum available in two finishes – these littleread ON

DSHOP’s Michelle James Lighting Collection

    In the coming weeks, DPAGES will debut some hot-off-the-presses Michelle James Lighting that is sure to make your hearts beat a little faster. The new designs will first be unveiled at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show this Thursday March 20th so we hope those in the NYC area will stop by andread ON

The Mobile Sculptures of David Ross

    As a photographer who has spent the better part of a decade documenting some of South Africa’s most stunning homes, hotels, restaurants and lodges – photographer David Ross has parlayed his keen eye for design and love for clean lines into a second career as an artist. His art form of choice isread ON

MAISON & OBJET 2014: The Final Share

    Today we wrap up the Maison & Objet 2014 review with the last of our picks from the event. Hope you love them! Above - Transmission - a pendant light designed by Jakub Pollag and Vaclav Mlynar of Studio deForm for Kavalier Design. Photo: Martin Chum     Handmade copper wire baskets by House Doctor.    read ON

MAISON & OBJET 2014: Richard Brendon Fine Bone China

    The Maison & Objet 2014 review begins and this time around instead of one or two big roll out posts, we’ll be doing a series of smaller, slightly more in-depth shares. What does this mean for you? It means the fun will last all week long with up to several posts a day.read ON

Bob Waardenburg & De Intuìtiefabriek

    The all female design trio behind De Intuìtiefabriek have been busy since we last visited their portfolio back in August of 2013 and their latest piece of furniture – Composition – has even brought a little testosterone into the fold with a Bob Waardenburg collaboration.           Taking its inspiration from chinaread ON