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ADG Lighting and Dering Hall Combine For The Ultimate Partnership

ADG Lighting designs, fabricates and manufactures lighting fixtures, architectural ornamentation, and metal work in all styles. Our versatility can be seen in our wide range of work on a number of residential and commercial properties. The versatility of our work includes projects in transitional architecture, traditional architecture, contemporary architecture, historic architecture, and high-end architecture.

Dering Hall offers an entirely new approach to furnishing a home—and one that makes hunting for that perfect bespoke sideboard a dynamic and enjoyable experience. Our partnership is ideal, as we offer unique and creative design solutions for a discriminating clientele. We are proud to share some of our recent features on the Dering Hall platform.

Moroccan-Inspired Lighting

Moroccan-inspired lighting designs are imbued with plenty of character. See these eye-catching lighting options, including brass lanterns, statement sconces, and tiered chandeliers, that add a global touch to interiors. 

Golden Murano Bell Jar Pendant

 

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French-Inspired Home Accents

A trip to Paris may not be on everyone’s agenda, but home accents with a bit of French flair are the next best thing. From crystal chandeliers to antique gilt mirrors, these French-inspired pieces can add charm to any interior.

French Pendalogue Chandelier

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Unique Fireplace Accessories

Cooler nights mean more time spent lounging by the fire. Consider this roundup of accessories that can add a dash of additional glamour to one of the most classic parts of the home.

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From The ADG Jobsite

Clean modern pendant by ADG

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by Gerald Olesker, CEO, ADG Lighting

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San Francisco Architecture: What Defines the City by the Bay

 

“It’s an odd thing, but anyone who disappears
is said to be seen in San Francisco.
It must be a delightful city and possess
all the attractions of the next world.”
― Oscar Wilde

The architecture of San Francisco is not so much known for defining a particular architectural style. Between its interesting and challenging variations in geography and topology, and its tumultuous history, San Francisco is known worldwide for an eclectic mix of Victorian and modern architecture.

Part of what makes the city so beautiful is the diversity of its architecture. The oldest architecture in San Francisco is the Victorian style. The locals love a nice row of intact Victorians, but they are not surprised by the sight of a Victorian nestled up against anything from mission to modern. As quirky as it may be, there is love for this beautiful city and its architecture.

The city is uniquely picturesque. Its scenic attractions include the largest cultivated urban park in the country, Golden Gate Park and its notoriously steep streets. It is also known for sophisticated cultural innovation and experimentation. San Francisco was the gathering place of the Beat Generation in the 1950s and a focal point of the 1960s counterculture. Still known for its cultural attractions, the Bay Area is also famous for its concentration of cutting-edge high-technology firms, which have drawn even more new residents to this amazing city.

The historic center of San Francisco is the northeast part of the city anchored by Market Street and the waterfront. It is here that the Financial District is centered, with Union Square, the principal shopping and hotel district, and the Tenderloin nearby. Cable cars carry riders up steep inclines to the summit of Nob Hill, once the home of the city’s business tycoons, and down to the waterfront tourist attractions of Fisherman’s Wharf, and Pier 39, where many restaurants feature Dungeness crab from a still-active fishing industry.

This area also features Russian Hill, which is a residential neighborhood with the famous Lombard Street. North Beach is the city’s Little Italy and the former center of the Beat Generation, and Telegraph Hill, which features Coit Tower. The adjacent area to Russian Hill and North Beach is San Francisco’s Chinatown, which is the oldest in the United States. The South of Market, which was once San Francisco’s industrial core, has seen significant redevelopment following the construction of AT&T Park and an infusion of startup companies. New skyscrapers, live-work lofts, and condominiums dot the area. Further development is taking place just to the south in the Mission Bay area.

From the ADG Job Site

It’s all in the details…

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by Gerald Olesker, CEO, ADG Lighting

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Indiana Architecture – Have You Ever Heard of Columbus?

Somewhere in the ‘fly-over’ part of the American heartland is an architectural mecca, which most have no idea the town even exists. Annually, thousands of visitors and students of architecture flock there to explore the town and study its architecture. This city of 46,000 is ranked 6th in the nation for architectural innovation and design. It offers over 90 buildings and public art pieces by world renowned architects and artists. Columbus, Indiana is that famous and unheard of community.

Columbus is a city in the county seat of Bartholomew County, Indiana. It is a relatively small city, which has provided a unique place for noted modern architecture and public art, commissioning numerous works since the mid-20th century. Located about 40 miles south of Indianapolis, on the east fork of the White River, it is the state’s 20th largest city. It has been ranked 11th on the historic destinations list, describing the city as authentic, unique, and unspoiled.

Columbus is regularly featured in national and international publications. Even if you are not an architecture buff, learning how this small town strives for excellence is both unique and inspiring. Since the early 1940s, some of the world’s finest architects have made Columbus a virtual museum of modern architecture, with works by some of the most notable names in architecture, such as I.M. Pei, Richard Meier, Robert Venturi, Eliel and Eero Saarinen, Harry Weese, and Deborah Berke.

If you are seeking an experience that immerses you in world-renowned architecture, go visit the city of Columbus. It is one of the best cities for architecture lovers and is considered a mecca for its architectural experience. Visitors to Columbus agree that their experience can be considered unforgettable and truly unexpected!

From the ADG Jobsite

Bigger CAN be better! 

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by Gerald Olesker, CEO, ADG Lighting

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Miami Architecture: Aston Martin Channels James Bond in Downtown Miami

Aston Martin is a brand that represents the ultimate experience in high-end sports cars and is best known as the vehicle of choice of James Bond. They are now taking that luxury experience and translating it to a 66-story high rise luxury residential living in downtown Miami. This project represents their expansion outside of luxury vehicles and into luxury architectural design.

Aston Martin is a best known as a British manufacturer of luxury sports cars and grand tourers. It was founded in 1913 by Lionel Martin and Robert Bamford. Steered from 1947 by David Brown, it became associated with expensive grand touring cars in the 1950s and 1960s, and with the fictional character James Bond following his use of a DB5 model in the 1964 film Goldfinger. Their sports cars are regarded as a British cultural icon. Aston Martin has held a Royal Warrant as purveyor of motorcars to HRH the Prince of Wales since 1982.

The design will bring the craftsmanship and experience of driving an Aston Martin to life by incorporating signature elements, colors and materials from the cars into the design of the interiors, common areas and amenities of the building. The stunning construction of curvilinear glass and steel is set to rise on one of the last parcels of developable land on the downtown Miami waterfront. The development’s seven penthouses and one triplex penthouse will be complemented by a range of expansive one to five-bedroom apartments.

The building will feature amenities which include a double-level fitness center overlooking the ocean, spinning studio, boxing gym, virtual golf room, art gallery, two cinemas, as well as a full-service spa, beauty salon and barber shop. These range luxury spaces will be contained within a sail-shaped building that reflects its marina location. The residents will be able to enjoy direct access to the local waters via an exclusive yacht marina. Construction has begun on the tower, with the building set to open in 2021.

From the Factory Floor

A work in progress…

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By Gerald Olesker, CEO, ADG Lighting

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