The New ‘Bronze Age’ Collection by Tjep.

Bronze Age Chair by Tjep

    The Amsterdam-based design studio Tjep. has recently launched a new line of sculptural furniture aimed at bringing awareness to human-induced disasters such as climate change or a nuclear melt-down. Entitled Bronze Age, the limited edition collection of chair, lounge and chaise are made entirely from poured bronze and call upon a traditional, labor-intensive, handcraftedread ON

From New York City To You Happy Holidays

Tiffany Holiday Window

    As is the custom here at DPAGES, I’m wrapping up the year with a small blogging holiday in order to get some nice upgrades underway. But before we bid adieu, what better way to gear up for Christmas and the New Year than with one of the sweetest holiday-themed designs of 2014? Fitting theread ON

BEAUTY AT BARNEYS: D’s Holiday Window Darling

Anthony Howe Barneys Holiday Window

    ‘Tis the season of transformation here in Manhattan, as the major retailers clamor for you attention (and business) with over the top events, spectacular decorations, and of course, those holiday windows. For many a New Yorker, the unveiling of these glassed-in fantasy worlds marks the beginning of the season and for the holidayread ON

“THE TIME IT TAKES” – A Peek Inside the World of Enzo Catellani

Castellani Smith Lighting

    When Enzo Catellani first founded his lighting company in 1989, he told the world he was a blacksmith named Carlo, and that his partner was the British racetrack architect Logan Smith. In truth, Carlo was Enzo’s father and Logan Smith… well, he was Enzo’s horse. Fast forward twenty five years to the presentread ON

Greg McKeown on ‘The Disciplined Pursuit of Less’

    Hello love bugs. Today we are taking a little hiatus from our regularly scheduled design candy to share a brief interview with author, teacher and Stanford MBA Greg McKeown, as he discusses his new New York Times best seller, “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less”. Pulling from 15 years of research, McKeown speaksread 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