POOLSIDE: 14 Stunning Pools & Their Surrounds

Pool Landscape

    Summer is in full swing here in the states and we’re celebrating with the quintessential symbol of the season – the outdoor pool. So whether you’re in the market for a tiny tub or the ultimate infinity…. we hope you all find a bit of inspiration for your latest project, impending trip, and/or yourread ON

The Sala Ayutthaya Hotel Thailand, by ONION

Sala Ayutthaya Hotel by Onion - Photo-by Wison Tungthunya - DPAGES

    Located in Phra Nakhon Si Ayuthaya, Thailand, ONION architects’ recently completed Sala Ayutthaya Hotel combines local craftsmanship, modern-day architecture and culturally-inspired detailing to create a unique getaway along the picturesque banks of the Chao Phraya River. Upon arrival, the hotel welcomes guests through a large iron door which leads to a rich receptionread ON

EXTRA BOKEH: Tokyo Through The Lens of Takashi Kitajima

Takashi Kitajima Extra Bokeh Photography

  super express (October 14, 2014)   Born in Saitama Japan (1968) and based in Tokyo, computer software engineer Takashi Kitajima has in five years of brilliant dabbling established a new genre of photography which he refers to as “extra bokeh”. While the Japanese term bokeh has enjoyed longstanding meaning as the aesthetic quality of blurread ON

SWING’N INTO SPRING: A Selection of Favorites

Outdoor Swing

    Spring has sprung here in the Northeast United States and summer is just around the corner. With this in mind, DPAGES has gathered a selection of gorgeous vehicles to our favorite outdoor sport – lounging with a touch of rock. Enjoy! Above – Ash wood swing by Paola Lenti.     A simpleread ON

Beautiful Fusion of Old & New by Ailtireacht

Victorian Home Renovation by Allister Coyne of Ailtireacht

    Set on the desirable Leinster Road just 3 kilometers south of Dublin’s center, lies architect Allister Coyne’s recent restoration / renovation of an 1860s Victorian townhouse. The current owner bought the property in 2011 as a fixer-upper for €497,000 and promptly tapped Coyne, whose firm Ailtireacht has become the go-to for local residents.read ON

MOLITOR: An Icon of Parisian Culture Reborn

Piscine Molitor

    An oasis in the 16th arrondissement, La Piscine Molitor burst onto the scene in all its art deco splendor in 1929, and for 60 years remained the most popular bathing spot in Paris. Inaugurated by Olympic swimmers Aileen Riggin Soule and Johnny Weissmuller (the man who would go on to play Tarzan onread ON

Ten Great Moments in Graveling

Gravel Driveway

    When it comes to landscaping, there are few things more timeless than gravel. From pea stone to river rock, quartzite to lava rock, the textures and color variations are many and the design possibilities…. endless. Shown here is a small selection of  D favorites – just tipping the iceberg on how modern, versatile and richread ON