The March 2012 issue of D Pages is up! A special thank you to our March sponsors at Carl Martinez Hardware, Lauren Lozano Ziol, and Ultra Lighting.
“Reuben Margolin, a Bay Area visionary and longtime maker, creates totally singular techno-kinetic wave sculptures. Using everything from wood to cardboard to found and salvaged objects, Reubens artwork is diverse, with sculptures ranging from tiny to looming, motorized to hand-cranked. Focusing on natural elements like a discrete water droplet or a powerful ocean eddy,read ON
The Cortica chaise lounge is not just good-looking, it’s smart too. Composed entirely out of recycled cork from the bottle stopper industry, it is lightweight, waterproof, impervious to rot and mold growth, and of course composed of a plentiful, renewable, and sustainable material. The lounge, hand made in the Brooklyn studio of designer Danielread ON
Mish New York recently opened a new jewelry salon on 30 Bond Street in downtown NYC. The faux finish walls created by decorative artist, Mark Uriu, are a show stopper. Ina Lindemann designed the interiors, and Joseph Singer was the architect on the project. Photos by Miguel Flores-Vianna. via
Multi Lines, by Connect Design, are basically smart extension chords. Instead of one place to plug in, it provides you with several nodes along its length. The best part is the color. Let’s face it, if you need one of these little guys it is probably going to show, so why not show itread ON
Architect Travis Price created this little gem of an office for client Wade Davis – an anthropologist, ethnobotanist, photographer, and writer for the National Geographic Society. Davis had a few requests for this Washington D.C. based study. First, he wanted to avoid large windows opening the space up to the surrounding residential neighborhood. Second,read ON
Since the incandescent bulb was introduced in 1835, no other bulb has matched its ability to transform a room. Unfortunately, it is not energy efficient and thus is slated to be outlawed in the US by 2014. In comes SWITCH Bulb Company, with what may be the first suitable replacement. The SWITCH lightbulb is a beautifullyread ON