Apartment Roma by Quincoces-Dragò & Partners

Alberto Strada

    Founded by designer David Lopez Quincoces, Quincoces-Dragò & Partners is a young Madrid / Milan-based team of designers, architects, and 3D artists who produce all work in house. The studio was established on the heels of a two year design and architecture collaboration between David and the renowned Piero Lissoni and today, eightread ON

Greta Grossman (1906-1999) – A Mid-century Star Reborn

DSHOP Welcomes Greta Grossman

    Equal parts architect, interior designer, and industrial designer, Greta Magnusson Grossman operated as mover and shaker in the male dominated world of mid-century modern design for the better part of four decades. Her prolific career found its beginnings in the late 1920s when, following a woodworking apprenticeship, the Swedish-born talent won a scholarshipread ON

CASA DEL AGUA: Where Design Turns Water Into Art

Casa del Agua

    Located in the heart of Mexico City, the Casa del Agua water bar is elevating the most basic of earth’s elements to a whole new level of artistry. With its laser-like focus on a singular product – the boutique/bar collects, triple filters, evaporates, and condenses its water on site. Not content to leaveread ON

Bangkok’s Siam Hotel

The Siam Bangkok Thailand

    Founded in 2012 by musician, actor, and creative director Krissada Sukoso Clapp, The Siam Hotel, Bangkok brings a whole new level of East meets West luxury to three acres of waterfront property along the River of Kings. Nestled amongst historical palaces, temples and museums, the boutique-style oasis offers modern levels of luxury whileread ON

INDOOR SHUTTERS: Bringing The Outside In

Indoor Shutters

    Today we’re turning things inside out and upside down by bringing the outside in. While curtains may be our standard go to when it comes to window treatments… sometimes rethinking the status quo is the very best path to design nirvana. Here are just a few suggestions on how to get there…  read ON


Refuge by Wim Goes Architectuur

    Nested into the farmlands of Flanders, where it sits fringed by pollard willows and perched atop a small pond, lies a beautiful little addition designed by Wim Goes Architectuur. The refuge, as the architects refer to it, abuts a traditional-style farmhouse providing extra space and acting as a intermediary between man and nature.read ON

DINDER HOUSE: English Countryside Living At Its Best

Dinder House

    Back in 2011, the Dinder House took the blogging world by storm soon after Tmagazine ran a feature on its newly revamped interiors. Since that time, the images of this Grade II listed Georgian home (est. 1801) have circulated and recirculated – showcasing the considerable design skills of Ilse Crawford and Artichoke, the designerread ON