PARIS DESIGN WEEK, SEPT 2015: Favorite Finds Part II

Paris Design Week 2015 - Fall Edition

    We wrap this season’s Maison&Object / Paris Design Week 2015 coverage with a gathering of everything from scissors to bicycles to sound-system chandeliers – because sometimes, the most astounding designs come in the most unexpected of packages. I hope you enjoy the picks! Above – The ultra customizable Plinto dining table by Meridiani Editions.     Designerread ON

PARIS DESIGN WEEK, SEPT 2015: Favorite Finds


    Paris Design Week 2015 may have wrapped almost a week ago, but the design festivities roll on here at DPAGES as we continue our week-long recap of some of our favorite items on show. Hope you enjoy! Above – Limited edition handblown glass lanterns in polished brass cages by Jeremy Maxwell Wintrebert in collaboration with Mydriazread ON


Tim Lamp for BOMMA - Paris Design Week

    When the local glass factory in Svetla closed its doors after over a century of glass making, Bomma’s founder Jiri Trtik took it upon himself to build his own factory to employ the skilled craftsmen and engineers who suddenly found themselves without work. Today, just three years after its opening, Bomma is makingread ON

PARIS DESIGN WEEK, SEPT 2015: The Glass Calendar

Le Royal Monceau - Raffles Paris + Ruinart + Hubert le Gall

    Paris Design Week just wrapped up, and with it we dive into D’s reviews – sharing the very best of what was on show. Easing our way into what will be a full week of coverage, we begin with Le Royal Monceau – Raffles Paris who participated in the design festivities by serving hostread ON

NO NAME: A New Approach To The Custom Kitchen

No Name Kitchen Manufacture

    Paris Design Week is underway and that means yours truly is well on the hunt – sussing out the very best designs on show. Kicking off this season’s coverage with a bit of a twist, I present, NO NAME, a luxury kitchen manufacturer with a somewhat iconoclastic view towards branding and design. The brand,read ON

The House of the Infinite by Alberto Campo Baeza

House Of The Infinite by Alberto Campo Baeza

    Located on the shores of Cádiz, Spain, where the Mediterranean flows into the Atlantic, there stands an otherworldly podium of stone. The structure’s monumental form, designed by celebrated architect Alberto Campo Baeza, draws from its regional history where a handful of centuries ago Roman settlers once built fishing factories and temples to theirread ON

JUMA Architects’ Fresh New Take On A ’70s Bungalow

Juma Architects Kitchen Project

    Young talents, Julie van De Keere and Mathieu Luyens, of the Belgium-based JUMA Architects have just rolled out a new project, and it’s a beauty. Completely renovated from a typical 1976 bungalow, the new site exudes the light, airy simplicity of a holiday home all year round. On the exterior – the landscapingread ON