Densdec (Dennis S. de Castro) is one interior decorator and landscape artist who is unafraid to take risk in implementing his artistic vision. He punctuates a place with exceptional objet d' arts and adds a healthy splash of enthusiasm, producing a creative cocktail that oftentimes defies rules. In the language of design, his ability is innate fluency seasoned through years of experience. Certainly, he has a designer's creative eye in weaving cultures in his design. So compelling is his usual exotic combination that one can almost hear the music of India and the east. He has this remarkable ability to capture the enduring spirit of a vivid, often cacophonous life. Indeed, his capacity to distill the essence of a place, whether indoor or outdoor, and translate it into a stunning visual imagery is his forte.
Densdec, designer of the Baliba Sun House
An old medicine cabinet converted into an artistic cabinet for CD's
The Baliba Sun HouseThe driftwood is not just decorative but
Do not decorate an area to within an inch of its life;
give it space to breathe and have its own personality.
"Forever My Love Will Be" by Adecastroan and
"Lace and Santan Flowers" by Raul Patindol
It is not about keeping up with the art. It is about creating
a background. Rooms are never just about the important
art pieces and pictures.
Making choices, whether an important career move or the whimsical
placement of an object, is not just part of life. It is what makes each
"Bird Charmers" by Adecastroan
"Tropicale" by Adecastroan
"Madame Butterfly's Fan" by Adecastroan
Photos courtesy of Densdec