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

‘Tis The Season: Seven Casual Dining Spaces

    One of the nicest things about the spring/summer season is that everything starts to feel a little less formal, a little less buttoned up. In anticipation of the more relaxed, lazy days ahead, I’ve gathered a few spaces that will have you all feeling those loungey evenings with friends and smelling the saltyread 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

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

REVISIT: Christian Liaigre’s 18th Century Paris Home

    Back in 2012, we took a tour of famed interior / furniture designer Christian Liaigre’s 18th century Parisian home. The space was, and continues to be, an of the moment celebration of old school architecture and detailing punctuated by the designer’s love for clean lines. Recently, AD Russia gave Liaigre’s spectacular digs a secondread 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

Modern Technology Meets Old World Shoe Making

      Melding the best in old world craftsmanship with the ultimate in biomorphic 3D scanning technology, The Left Shoe Company is taking men’s footwear to new heights in comfort and style. The process begins at one of the company’s globally located stores or pop-up shops with what is simply the most accurate and detailedread ON