Posts tagged ‘award’

February 15, 2012

Losanges wins the EDIDA 2012 award

The Losanges Collection by Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec has been selected as one of the 2012 winners of the prestigious Elle Decoration International Design Award – EDIDA in the floor covering category.

Source  Nanimarquina

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September 1, 2009

Winners of d3 Natural Systems Competition 2009 Announced

Kinugasa-Tsui and Lorene Faure “Urban Agriculture: Hybridized Farm Bridge as City Garden”

Winner: Kinugasa-Tsui and Lorene Faure “Urban Agriculture: Hybridized Farm Bridge as City Garden”

New York-based d3 just announced the winners of the Natural Systems competition for 2009. The program, developed by co-directors Gregory Marinic and Mary-Jo Schlachter, promotes investigation of natural systems from microscopic to universal toward determining new architectonic strategies. The competition invited architects, designers, engineers, and students to collectively explore the potential for analyzing, documenting, and deploying nature-based, sustainable influences in urbanism, architecture, interiors, and designed objects.
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August 31, 2009

Modern goes spiritual – Villa 1 by Powerhouse Company

Villa1 amongst the trees, in the mist - modern goes spiritual

Villa1 amongst the trees, in the mist - modern goes spiritual

It is this group of French, Norwegian, Dutch and USA architects who call themselves “The Powerhouse Company” that was nominated for The Mies Van der Rohe design award for their work Villa1.
Some of the photographs of the Villa 1 are truly inspiring, especially the one showing how the building correlates to the surroundings by way of pure contrast – as is so characteristic of Mies`s works.

 cetral core of the building - villa 1

cetral core of the building - villa 1

outside view of the veranda

outside view of the "veranda"

January 5, 2009

Australia`s best residential interior design winners

spring street apartment, mark richard architect

spring street apartment, mark richard architect

Best interior design award did NOT go to Mark Richard`s Spring street apartment, but I think it deserves to be shown in all it`s beauty.
For complete list of 2008 Best interior design winners go to this site.

buro architects, Middle Park House

buro architects, Middle Park House

The Buro architects showed much strength in their design for Middle Park house, but received only recommendation.

The Ultra project, DBI Design

The Ultra project, DBI Design

As was the case with beautifull Ultra project by DBI Design, which I like so much that I`ll post other photos of the same.

ultra public space, dbi design

ultra public space, dbi design

ultra public space 02, dbi design

ultra public space 02, dbi design

January 5, 2009

Best of state interior design: Australia residential interior design awards

best australia interior design, hasell design practice, ross apt

best australia interior design, hasell design practice, ross apt

Australian interior designers have quite a lot to show: for the state of Victoria, best interior design is Ross Street Residence by Hassell design practice (picture below and above).  See more of Hassell interior design practice here.

Ross Street Residence by Hassell design practice

Ross Street Residence by Hassell design practice

Allisee Penthouse, best in residential category

Allisee Penthouse, best in residential category

Here are pictures for best interior design in Australia for the state of Queensland – as you see, it looks beautiful down under. The Allisee Penthouse is done by RLD design practice, photograps by Simon Wood.

Hare & Klein design practice, Beach house

Hare & Klein design practice, Beach house

As for New South Wales, best is Beach house by Hare & Klein design practice.

December 14, 2008

Inventive or clever?

camelia washing liquid, by MUJI award 03

camelia washing liquid, by MUJI award 03

Have you seen the results of the third MUJI competition?

I think my favourite is the “cameila washing-up liquid”  by Huang Yi Tang. This clever taiwanese has remembered what was used in past for washing the dishes – a powder-like residue from making camelia oil, which has antimicrobial and oil absorbing capabilites.

Now, this age old taiwanese invention has been translated into new context, thanks to MUJI, the world famous brand with talents like Naoto Fukasawa and Jasper Morrison, this time in the role of judges at the MUJI award 03 competition.

See other winners at MUJI award 03 site or read on for a resume of awarded works.

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