SCORCHING…

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  Following the June 29th post on Tenrunobu Fujimori’s “The Beetle’s House” I’ve had his charred wood technique on my mind. As luck would have it I just stumbled upon this “[s]corched matchstick [s]ugar pine” table by Los Angeles based company, td[s]. The large sugar pine table top is first scorched then treated with a waterborne urethane.read ON

HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY!

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  In celebration of Independence Day, our friends at Niche Modern are having a 20% off sale. To sign up and receive your coupon click here. Sale runs through Sunday night (7/8/12). Enjoy!  

FAVORITES SALE: July 2012

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  This July, 29 Armstrong, HORNE, and D SHOP are extending special pricing to all D readers when they use the DPAGES code to purchase the items above. Sales are valid through July 31, 2012. Enjoy!  

D PAGES: July 2012 Favorites

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  Love these items? Click through to the July issue of D PAGES to shop them!  

D PAGES JULY 2012: Santiago Calatrava

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  The July 2012 issue of D Pages is up! A special thank you to our July sponsors at 29 Armstrong, Bellamee, Dar Gitane, Horne, Huddleson, and Switch Modern.  

TENRUNOBU FUJIMORI: The Beetle’s House

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Unless otherwise labeled, all photos by Pasi Alto Tenrunobu Fujimori began his career as an architect rather late in life (he received his first commission at the age of 44). While he studied architecture briefly in college he became disillusioned with the heavy focus on design and the lack of focus on actual building. With this, he moved onread ON

SERPENTINE: “the seductive and mythological snake”

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  Respected commercial and art photographer, Mark Laita, has a new book due out this fall, 2012. The subject matter, as you may have guessed, is the snake. For the “Serpentine” series, Laita photographed more than 100 of the world’s most dangerous serpents, all set against a stark black background (similar to his earlier “Sea”read ON