A Brief History of Scandinavian Design

Posted on Dec 16, 2014 in Interior Design
A Brief History of Scandinavian Design

Scandinavian Design has long been heralded for its simplicity, functionality and generally appealing aesthetic. The quality of work the nations from the North have become known for is a deeply embedded part of their culture, history and a series of responses to the world around them. The modernist movement began at the end of the […]

Anzfer Farms: Creating Art With Salvaged Wood as the Medium

Posted on Dec 12, 2014 in #ByDesign
Anzfer Farms: Creating Art With Salvaged Wood as the Medium

Anzfer Farms is a workshop and showroom located in the Outer Richmond District of San Francisco. Started by Jonathan Anzalone and Joseph Ferriso in 2009 as a place to create unique objects and installations. Combining a shared interest in quality, craftsmanship and design along with a passion for contemporary art and art history, Anzfer Farms […]

Lighter, Stronger and Organic: The Future of Building Materials

Posted on Dec 9, 2014 in Construction, Green
Lighter, Stronger and Organic: The Future of Building Materials

As architecture and design progress, the materials available have always made a great impact on the industry. With environmental factors coming into play, and a desire to build increasingly dramatic designs, engineers and scientists are looking for increasingly strong, sustainable and easy to produce building materials. SEA BALLS Also referred to as Neptune Balls, these […]

Bulthaup: Understanding what sets a kitchen apart

Posted on Dec 5, 2014 in #ByDesign
Bulthaup: Understanding what sets a kitchen apart

Bulthaup has a long history of creating innovative and beautifully modern kitchen designs for people that love to cook. Learn about how their unique approach has set the Bulthaup company apart in the industry. Upcoming Videos Will Feature