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

Hans J. Wegner’s Prototype Brought To Life

    In celebration of renowned Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner’s 100th birthday – the Denmark based company PP Møbler will launch a chair that has stood in obscurity since 1953. The soon to launch Tub chair, which has recently been assigned the number 530 in accordance with Wegner’s preferred method of nomenclature, is aread ON

APRIL 2014 FAVORITES: D’s Little List of Loves

    CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT   1. NAILS – Gold Nail by Edgar Mosa ($55) – AHAlife 2. PENDANT LIGHT – Lustre Libellule – Damien Langlois-Meurinne 3. WINDUP BALLS – Mozartkugel Music Box ($130) – Flora & Henri 4. CHAMPAGNE GLASS – Monte-Flutes ($50 for a pair) – Sempli 5. GOLD CUFFS – Idealistread 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

The Original Angel Stool & New Bar Stool

    Following last Saturday’s post on on A+B Kasha, I received a number of inquiries about the wire stools featured in one of their Paris kitchens. Curious myself, I tracked down the information and today… voilà – I introduce the Angel stool by Denmark based architect Gry Holmskov.         Inspired byread ON

BITS & BOBS: A Few Pretties From D Files

    Today we have a few pretties from D files. Above – the modular Osiris Chandelier made from hand formed brass components by Matthew Fairbank Design.     Perforated Bronze Stool / Table by Kelly Wearstler – an updated take on a classic form. Custom sizes available upon request.     Famed Italian designer Paola Navoneread ON

Milo Baughman’s Favorite Chair

A pioneer in the world of modern furniture design and one of the leading figures in his field through the second half of the 20th century, Milo Baughman, pronounced Boffman (1923-2003), is a longtime D favorite and today I’m pleased to introduce you to the newly available versions of his classic 1188 Chair.      read ON