Making Homes and Waves in South Palm Beach

November 8, 2018 | kbpark
Picture this: against the backdrop of a dramatic Palm Beach sunset, influencers mingle over fresh and creative food from the local culinary scene; engaging with familiar personalities from the social media firmament as they sip champagne; and local conservation workers describe their local efforts to ensure the survival of sea turtles; all this, while the […]

South Palm Beach: Topping Off

July 4, 2018 | The Coastal Star
DDG and KAST Construction celebrated the topping out of 3550 South Ocean on the site of the old Palm Beach Oceanfront Inn.

Palm Beach’s 3550 South Ocean Condo Tops Out, Development Progresses

June 14, 2018 | The Palm Beacher | By: Holly Gambrell
The first beachfront residential development to be built on Palm Beach Island in over a decade, 3550 South Ocean, has officially topped out.

3550 South Ocean Tops Off in Palm Beach

June 13, 2018 | Skyrise Cities | By: Adrian Gamble
The 7-story, 30-residence project by DDG is now topped off and ready for cladding. Located along the waterfront of Palm Beach, 3550 South Ocean is the first of its kind in the area in more than a decade.

Bec Brittain and John Hogan Collaborate on Limited-Edition Lighting

May 16, 2018 | Dezeen | By: Dan Howarth
New York designers Bec Brittain and John Hogan have worked together to update her Aries lighting series with sculptural glass pieces, on show during this month's NYCxDesign.

10 Ways To Spend Mother’s Day In The Palm Beaches

May 11, 2018 | The Palm Beacher | By: Skye Sherman
When the inevitable question comes — “Really, Mom, what do you want for Mother’s Day?” — be prepared with an answer this year.

7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches Throughout May And June

May 1, 2018 | The Palm Beacher
In honor of Flagler Museum’s anniversary, it will be opening its doors free of charge on June 5 for “Founders Day,” during which guests can walk through Whitehall’s first floor and explore the museum’s extensive Gilded Age artifacts and art collection.

News You Can Use from Milan Design Week

April 24, 2018 | Architectural Digest | By: Sydney Wasserman
You just have to look to lighting designers Lindsey Adelman and Apparatus to discover the next new trend in fixtures.

Multifamily Sites Scarce in Palm Beach County: Panel

April 23, 2018 | The Real Deal | By: Mike Seemuth
Investors looking for multifamily projects in Palm Beach County face a scarcity of development sites and properties for sale, according to a panel of real estate experts. “The biggest problem is finding sites,” said Joseph A. McMillan, Jr., Chairman and CEO of DDG.

Earth Day 2018: Ways to Celebrate, Honor the Earth in Palm Beach County

April 19, 2018 | Palm Beach Post | By: Julio Poletti and Laura Lordi
Earth Day is every year on April 22. The intention is to raise awareness about the planet we live in and to demonstrate support for environmental protection. Want to participate? Here’s a list of Earth Day activities around Palm Beach County.

Developers See Opportunity in Growing Palm Beach County

April 11, 2018 | Bisnow | By: Deirdra Funcheon
"That's the opportunity here — there has been so little development on Palm Beach Island in a dozen years," Joseph A. McMillan, Jr., CEO and Chairman of DDG said. "On the island, most condos are 30 to 40 years old. There's no new housing stock." Palm Beach offers "a certain refined lifestyle that you can't get anywhere else in South Florida.”

Lindsey Adelman’s Drop Lighting System Balances Hand-Blown Globes on Brass Tubes

April 10, 2018 | designboom | By: Sofia Lekka Angelopoulou
“With this series I wanted to strip down the visual vocabulary to its essence,” says Lindsey Adelman of Drop, a new lighting system comprised of custom brass tubing and hand-blown mini glass droplets. “I wanted to challenge myself to commit to a strict language: straight tubes and mold blown globes and find the wild, spirited drive through this process while playing with the forms.”

5 Strikingly Simple Lighting Designs that Bridge Art and Architecture

April 3, 2018 | Wall Street Journal Magazine | By: Sarah Medford
Simple to its core, the Pick Up Stick Floor Lamp — part of a six-piece collection of ambient lighting by Brooklyn-based designer Billy Cotton — features candelabra-style bulbs and slim brass tubing joined together with precision and elegance.

7 Things To Do In The Palm Beaches In April

April 1, 2018 | The Palm Beacher
Help No Kid Hungry with its work to end childhood hunger in America during Taste of the Nation on April 5 at The Kravis Center. The tasting event features live music, games, auctions and gourmet cuisine and cocktails by the city’s top chefs and mixologists.

Along the Coast: Buzz Grows as Publix, New Residences Near Finish

February 28, 2018 | The Coastal Star | By: Dan Moffett and Mary Thurwachter
Palm Beach is awaiting the opening later this year of a 30-unit luxury condo building at 3550 South Ocean. “It definitely will raise property values,” said Mayor Bonnie Fischer, “and boost sales in other buildings more actively than we’ve seen in a number of years."

A sneak peek at what’s in store

February 19, 2018 | DDG
3350 South Ocean is beginning to take shape on the ocean in Palm Beach. Follow our construction progress via regularly updated video right here. Interested in a real-life look at what sets our intimate residential retreat apart? Visit our Sales Gallery at 205 South Ocean Blvd. in Manalapan.

Alexandra Champalimaud Talks Green Design

January 31, 2018 | Architectural Digest | By: Hadley Keller
“Aesthetic is not a hurdle, because a good design defends itself. All projects demand green considerations in some regard, and we are well-versed in delivering.” – Alexandra Champalimaud

Seven Things T Editors Like Right Now

January 26, 2018 | New York Times
“No one pair is the same,” says the designer Tull Price of a forthcoming collaboration between his cult-favorite, hand-assembled shoe line Feit and Tyler Hays’s boutique furniture house BDDW. “Actually, no half pair is the same.”

Hermès Celebrates Its Partnership With The Winter Equestrian Festival

January 18, 2018 | Forbes | By: Ariana Rockefeller
The Hermès brand has been synonymous with equestrian sport since 1837 when it began as a saddle and harness maker. Today, this partnership is stronger than ever, and the iconic products are just as much geared towards elegance, performance and perfection.

3 reasons to check out ArtPalmBeach

January 17, 2018 | Palm Beach Post | By: Carla Trivino
Today, ArtPalmBeach opens its annual modern and contemporary art fair, and if you didn’t get to check out Miami’s Art Basel then here are a few reasons not to make the same mistake twice.

The Booths You Can’t Miss at Design Miami

December 6, 2017 | Architectural Digest | By: Hannah Martin
As the worlds of art and design inch closer and closer toward each other, Design Miami — the function-forward offshoot of Art Basel that runs December 6 – 10 — has evolved from a small satellite fair into a must-see for many collectors. Here, the latest greats in blue-chip vintage sit with gutsy contemporary stars.

Palm Beach Food and Wine Festival to Bring Five New Food Stars to Town

December 5, 2017 | Palm Beach Daily News | By: Liz Balmaseda
Hot chefs and cool soirees. In a nutshell — an organic and surely impeccably sourced and curated nutshell — that’s the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival.

7 Can’t Miss October Events in the Palm Beaches

October 1, 2017 | The Palm Beacher
Experience an artistic journey in the “Ann Weaver Norton: Gateways to Modernism” exhibit at the Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens, now on display until November 26. View an array of her drawings, maquettes and finished sculptures that use various mediums, showcasing the evolution of her works.

Spend A Day with Lighting Designer Bec Brittain

August 16, 2017 | Architectural Digest | By: Elizabeth Fazzare
"I see my work as a concept that is to be played with," says lighting designer Bec Brittain. Anyone familiar with the SHY Light series can attest. Since establishing her firm in 2011, the designer’s signature sculptural and flexible lighting system has brought her to the forefront of innovation in her field.

The Lighting Designer From Everyone’s Dream Brooklyn Brownstone

August 1, 2017 | The Cut | By: Christine Whitney
“I think my studio was really founded around time,” says lighting designer Lindsey Adelman. It makes sense, considering that the in-demand Adelman is best known for her sculptural, blown-glass-and-brass Branching Bubble chandeliers, which take up to 24 weeks to complete. As clients will tell you, they’re well worth the wait.

DDG’s 3550 South Ocean Condo Project in Palm Beach Breaks Ground

July 21, 2017 | Absolute Miami
DDG broke ground Wednesday on its condo project 3550 South Ocean, marking the first new luxury beachfront residential building to be built in Palm Beach in more than a decade.

Luxury Condo 3550 South Ocean Hosts Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association May Meet & Greet

May 23, 2017 | Citybizlist
Members of the Palm Beach Hedge Fund Association convened at the newly opened sales gallery of DDG's luxury condominium 3550 South Ocean, the first new residential building in Palm Beach in over a decade, for the nonprofit's May Meet & Greet. A widely attended event, guests had the opportunity to enjoy wine and world-class sushi as well as experience the fully furnished sales gallery.

15 Highlights from Collective Design Fair 2017

May 11, 2017 | Interior Design | By: Ryan Waddoups
The 5th Annual Collective Design Fair opened its doors on Tuesday, kicking off the expanded roster of NYCxDESIGN festivities taking place around New York City in May. Founded by architect Steven Learner, Collective showcases a treasure trove of design objects, installations, and vintage and contemporary furnishings.

Bec Brittain Studios’ Aries Collection

May 4, 2017 | Cool Hunting | By: David Graver
Brittain explains, "I was making a minimal structure. I needed it to be beautiful, but not let that get in the way of the bright points of light. They would be the star of the whole thing. The rest would be the support player."

Salone del Mobile 2017

April 7, 2017 | Wallpaper Magazine
All eyes of the design world are trained firmly on Milan ahead of Salone del Mobile, which runs from 4-9 April. From furniture and product launches in the overflowing Rho fairground, to alluring exhibitions and installations, thrilling pop-ups and parties, Wallpaper* is hitting the city’s creative districts to bring you unmissable highlights from the year’s most compelling design showcase as they happen.

New Sand Added at Midtown Beach

March 8, 2017 | Palm Beach Daily News
As the temperatures start heating up for the weekend, beachgoers can get out and enjoy some new sand. DDG, working on a condo project at 3550 South Ocean, donated sand to Midtown Beach.

Eau Resort, Four Seasons once again earn Forbes Travel Guide’s top honors

February 24, 2017 | The Dish | By: M.M. Cloutier
For the second consecutive year, Eau Palm Beach Resort & Spa in Manalapan and the Four Seasons in Palm Beach have earned top honors from Forbes Travel Guide, which earlier this week announced its 2017 ratings.

Free Sand Makes its Way to Midtown Beach

February 17, 2017 | Palm Beach Daily News | By: Aleese Kopf
Crews began work on a dune restoration project in Midtown Beach with sand donated by DDG.

Officially on the Market

January 31, 2017 | Palm Beach Daily News | By: Darrell Hofheinz
The sales process officially launched this week for 3550 South Ocean, the 30-unit, seven-story condominium beachfront building in Palm Beach.

See Billy Cotton’s Seductive New Product Collections

January 11, 2017 | Architectural Digest | By: Mayer Rus
If you want to capture someone’s attention, whisper. That was the sage advice proffered in a famous 1970s perfume advertisement. The lesson still applies today, as New York–based industrial and interior designer Billy Cotton has demonstrated in his seductive new product collections and the stylishly understated Brooklyn showroom he has conceived to display them.

12.29’s Dawn Goldworm Speaks at TEDxEast

January 8, 2017 | 12.29
Scent can control your emotions and influence your behavior, without showing you anything, without touching you, and without saying a single word to you. This power is something most people don’t even think about. In fact, most people are unaware that it is being used or when they themselves are using it.

Lindsey Adelman’s Catch Lights Ooze Over Brass Bases

January 5, 2017 | Dezeen | By: Emma Tucker
New York designer Lindsey Adelman has created a collection of lamps that appear to be made from melting glass.

DDG/ Design Talks Theater

January 3, 2017 | Design Miami
DDG with the Herberger Institute for Design and the Arts at ASU proudly present the Talks Theater, a collaborative platform for the presentation of leading design thinkers and doers.

Shopping for Credenzas

December 16, 2016 | New York Times | By: Tim McKeough
The credenza, also known as a sideboard or buffet, was once used primarily for serving food. Today, it has become a multifunctional storage piece uniquely suited to the contemporary living room — particularly in the age of the enormous flat-screen television.

Top 10 Art Installations of 2016

December 15, 2016 | designboom | By: Nina Azzarello
From a 100,000 square meter golden pier that wrapped a floating dock on an Italian lake, to the monumental structures built for Burning Man in Nevada’s Black Rock Desert, 2016 saw a number of large scale installations completed around the globe.

South Palm Beach: 3550 South Ocean Project to Give South Palm a Luxurious Windfall

November 30, 2016 | The Coastal Star | By: Dan Moffett
What may be the quietest real estate boom in Florida is soon to start shaking South Palm Beach to its economic core.

A Furniture Maker’s Quest: Create Everything From Scratch

November 22, 2016 | New York Times | By: Tim KcKeough
The original M. Crow is a general store in the tiny town of Lostine (estimated population: 209) in northeastern Oregon; it is down the road from Mr. Hays’s hometown, Joseph, Ore., at the base of the Wallowa Mountains. When the store was set to close in 2012, Mr. Hays bought it and remade it in his own vision.

15 Outdoor Venues And Activities In Palm Beach County You Should Head To When You Need Some Fresh Air

October 26, 2016 | The Palm Beacher | By: Amy Woods
One of the best remedies for maintaining a healthy body, mind and spirit lies in the air, land and sea. Basking in the breeze, hiking in a park and swimming in the ocean can recharge the soul and bring about a sense of calmness at the same time. Take advantage of the abundance of attractions available in South Florida with our guide to the great outdoors.

Art Basel Miami Beach 2016 and Its Satellite Fairs Make Miami Art Week a Crazy Extravaganza

October 19, 2016 | Miami New Times | By: Mario Ariza
This year marks Art Basel Miami Beach's 15th in the city – this edition is being billed as an opportunity to reflect on the show's impact on the city and on Miami's evolution as an art destination.

Lindsey Adelman Debuts an Amazing New Line

October 17, 2016 | Architectural Digest | By: Hannah Martin
Ten years after creating her iconic Branching Bubble light fixture—an illuminated network of metal tubes and handblown glass spheres—Brooklyn-based industrial designer Lindsey Adelman wants to get her hands dirty again. Case in point? The Ambrosia collection.

New Celebrity Chefs and Events Announced for 2016 Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival

September 13, 2016 | Broward Palm Beach New Times | By: Nicole Danna
This December, the Palm Beach Food & Wine Festival returns December 8 to 11, celebrating its decade mark with an expanded celebrity chef lineup and the addition of several new foodie-focused events.

10 Events to Look Out For as Cultural Season Begins

September 8, 2016 | Miami Herald | By: Jordan Levin
The cultural arts season is about to get into full swing. And here’s a taste of what’s to come: Our picks for 10 great events on the calendar this season.

Apparatus’s Jeremy Anderson and Gabriel Hendifar Share Their New Manhattan Digs

August 3, 2016 | Architectural Digest | By: Sam Cochran
The fun-loving design duo behind Apparatus feel the rhythm—and hit their stride—at a new Manhattan headquarters that has the whole town buzzing.

Bec Brittain Designs Sculptural Lamps Based on Tubes of Light

July 25, 2016 | Dezeen | By: Alice Morby
New York lighting designer Bec Brittain has designed crane-like lamps composed of brass, bronze, concrete and leather loops.