Designer Spotlight: Daniel Germani
Take one look at the chic creations by DB Woodworks’ founder Daniel Germani, and there is no question as to why he is the ideal contributor to join the Interior Collective’s Ask an Expert panel. The Phoenix-based phenom has truly embraced Caesarstone in an exceptional way, which is why we’re elated to introduce Daniel as our latest expert.
An industry veteran, the Buenos Aries-born talent received a Masters in Architecture in Argentina, and then circled the globe traveling, learning and designing before co-founding DB Woodworks in Arizona in 2006. Daniel’s distinct approach to woodworking has made him a key player in the craft, and we have no doubt that his extensive knowledge, experience and impeccable taste will resonate with this robust community.
Daniel has worked with Caesarstone for years, both in his sensational furniture and in his instantly recognizable kitchen designs. The way Daniel fuses his fine wood with Caesartone’s Sirena 8630 Concetto surface is remarkable, as he melds separate, seemingly opposite materials into thematically cohesive designs.
Concetto Meets Woodworking
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Daniel’s bespoke furniture designs explore the very concept of woodworking, as he isn’t afraid to experiment with unique and inventive ways to present his work. Daniel’s custom pieces are part traditional, part opulent, as the tones and rich hues of the striking quartz in this dining table are emphasized by the natural browns in the beautiful wood.
Contemporary Cool in Tucson
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Daniel creates a harmonious dialogue between Caesarstone’s Egg Shell 3141 and fine wood in this sleek desert kitchen, where the neutral counter and tile delicately balances out the seamless American Walnut cabinetry and hardwood flooring.
Along with his furniture designs, Daniel Germani is also known for his skills as an architect. Here is some of his work.
Ask an Expert
This week Daniel will be answering any questions you have about home renovations. Click here to ask a question!