FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012 – The winner is..

image FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..Frame Moooi Award 2012. Annuncio dei Finalisti

Il più grande concorso di design di interni, presentato da Frame e Moooi, si concluderà a Milano durante il Salone Internazionale del Mobile.
Il concorso internazionale è stato lanciato nel 2011, con l’obiettivo di individuare il miglior comparto di arredamento o lampada già realizzati per uno specifico contesto. Attraverso il sito www.framemoooi.com, sono state ricevute 891 candidature da designer provenienti da 79 nazioni.
Durante la cerimonia di premiazione, che si terrà il 18 aprile, verrà rivelato il progetto migliore e il suo designer riceverà un premio di 25.000 €.

Whats in your locker 1 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

What's in your locker / LAB3

Philippe Starck, unico giurato del concorso, ha selezionato i 10 finalisti e annuncerà personalmente il vincitore a Milano. Starck ha scelto i 10 migliori progetti senza conoscere i nomi né la provenienza dei loro creatori. “Vengo spesso invitato a partecipare a concorsi in qualità di giurato. Sono felice di poter affermare che il livello di questo concorso è evidentemente superiore alla media, è una piacevole sorpresa”.

Stairway to heaven 1 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Stairway to heaven / Bertjan Pot

I finalisti sono:
• Ray – lampadario da soffitto per ufficio, di Shl Design (Danimarca)
• What’s in your locker? – sistema di armadietti per scuola, di Lab 3 (Olanda)
• Caelum – lampada da tavolo a LED realizzata per bar, di Pablo Martinez Diez (Spagna)
• Kroon – lampadario creato per l’interno di un edificio, contenente appartamenti e uffici, di ZMIK (Svizzera)
• Shoe Box – modulo espositivo per negozio di sneaker, di Facet Studio (Australia)
• Mist of Arch – arredamento per toilette di un centro commerciale, di Keiko + Manabu (Giappone)
• Sketch – espositore per negozio moda, di Ypsilon Tasarım, Yesim Bakırküre (Turchia)
• Stairway to Heaven – lampadario per il bar di un teatro, di Bertjan Pot (Olanda)
• Education Trestles and Easels – sistema di banchi per un museo di arte, di Studio Makkink & Bey (Olanda)
• Decanterlight – lampadario sospeso per bar, di Lee Broom (Inghilterra)

SKETCH BILSTORE 01 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

SKETCH / Ypsilon Tasarım, Yesim Bakırküre

Frame Moooi Award
Il concorso è stato lanciato nel 2011 con l’obiettivo di coniugare arredamenti e illuminazioni innovative a interni altrettanto innovativi. Numerosi pezzi di arredamento e lampade di fama internazionale sono state disegnate per uno specifico contesto, come la Barcelona Chair di Mies van der Rohe, che è stata creata per l’International Exposition del 1929 a Barcellona, o la Egg Chair di Arne Jacobsen, realizzata nel 1958 per il Radisson SAS Hotel di Copenhagen. Queste e molte altre icone del design sono state poi prodotte su larga scala e sono state inserite in numerosi e diversi progetti di interni. Molte hanno dimostrato di essere così innovative da guadagnare un riconoscimento e hanno ispirato la realizzazione di prodotti simili.
Progetti nati per specifici contesti sono chiaramente importanti per lo sviluppo dell’arredamento e dell’illuminazione; inoltre, rafforzano il legame tra gli architetti di interni e i designer di prodotto.

Mist of Arch 1 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Mist of Arch / Keiko + Manabu

La cerimonia di premiazione avrà luogo mercoledì 18 Aprile, ai Magazzini Generali in Via Pietrasanta 16, dalle 21.30.
Il party, intitolato Celebration to LIGHT!, sarà presentato da Michele Caniato e includerà un’installazione speciale realizzata da Daniel Wurtzel.

Durante la serata, i 10 finalisti saranno presentati dal designer Marcel Wanders e Philippe Starck incoronerà il vincitore.

Kroon 01 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Kroon / ZMIK

Press Preview – presentazione dei finalisti e interviste ai designer 19.00 – 20.00 pm
Cerimonia & Party – dalle 21.30 – solo su invito
Magazzini Generali – Via Pietrasanta 16, Milano

 

Frame Moooi Award 2012. Shortlist Announcement
The year’s biggest inaugural interior design award, hosted by Frame and Moooi, will be concluding in Milan during April’s Salone del Mobile fair.
With the goal of finding the best custom-made lamp or furnishing designed for a specific interior, the international award was launched in mid-2011.

A whopping 891 submissions were received via framemoooi.com, by designers in 79 countries. At an award ceremony on 18 April, the winning project will be revealed and its designer will receive the €25,000 grand prize. The award’s juror, internationally celebrated designer Philippe Starck, has selected the top 10 finalists and will personally announce the winner in Milan. Starck selected the finalists with an anonymous approach, in that he didn’t know the designers’ names or countries of origins. ‘I’m often invited to judge competitions,’ Starck says. ‘I’m happy to say that the level of this one is clearly higher than average, a very nice surprise.’

Ray 01 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Ray / Shl Design

The finalists are:
• Ray – integrated ceiling light for an office, by Shl Design (Denmark)
• What’s in your locker? – locker system for a school, by Lab 3 (Netherlands)
• Caelum – LED table lamp for a bar, by Pablo Martinez Diez (Spain)
• Kroon – chandelier for an office and apartment building, by ZMIK (Switzerland)
• Shoe Box – display system for a sneaker shop, by Facet Studio (Australia)
• Mist of Arch – furniture for public toilet in a department store, by Keiko + Manabu (Japan)
• Sketch – display for a fashion shop, by Ypsilon Tasarım, Yesim Bakırküre (Turkey)
• Stairway to Heaven – pendant light for a theater café, by Bertjan Pot (Netherlands)
• Education Trestles and Easels – educational table system for an art museum, by Studio Makkink & Bey (Netherlands)
• Decanterlight – pendant light for a bar, by Lee Broom (United Kingdom)

Education trestels and easels 02 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Education trestels and easels / Studio Makkink & Bey

As per award rules, the finalists’ products can all lead a life outside the interior for which they were designed.
The award ceremony will be held on Wednesday, 18 April at Magazzini Generali (Via Pietrasanta 16, 20124 Milan), by invitation only. A press preview will take place from 7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., with the ceremony and party set to commence at 9:30 p.m.
The party, which is themed Celebration to LIGHT!, will be hosted by Michele Caniato (President, Culture & Commerce) and include a special installation by artist Daniel Wurtzel. At the ceremony, the 10 finalists will be presented by designer Marcel Wanders and Philippe Starck will crown the winner.

Decanterlight 1 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Decanterlight / Lee Broom

The award was launched in 2011 with the goal to unite innovative interiors with equally as innovative furniture and lighting. Many high-profile pieces of furniture and lighting have been designed for a specific context, such as Mies van der Rohe’s Barcelona Chair, which was created for the 1929 International Exposition in Barcelona or Arne Jacobsen’s Egg Chair designed in 1958 for the Radisson SAS Hotel in Copenhagen. These and many other iconic products eventually experienced large-scale production and appeared in a wide range of interior projects. Many proved to be so innovative that they earned recognition and inspired others to design similar models. Contextual designs are clearly important for the development of furniture and lighting; they also strengthen the bond between (interior) architects and product designers.

Shoe box 1 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Shoe box / Facet Studio

Philippe Starck
Courtesy of the Starck brand: Philippe Starck is an internationally acclaimed French creator, designer and architect. This untiring and rebellious citizen of the world, who considers it his duty to share his ethical and subversive vision of a fairer planet, creates unconventional places and objects whose purpose is to be ‘good’ before being beautiful.
Most of his designs have become cult objects, and his hotels are timeless icons that have added a new dimension to the global cityscape. An enthusiastic advocate of sustainability, this visionary recently developed the revolutionary concept of ‘democratic ecology’ by creating affordable wind turbines for the home, soon to be followed by innovative wooden prefabricated ecological houses and new energy boats. He lives with his wife Jasmine, mostly on an airplane, and between Paris, Burano and on his oyster farm in the southwest of France.

Frame
Frame is the world’s barometer of interior design. The magazine shows what’s happening and where to find it. The latest interiors and products, spiced up with some art, shop windows and sets, is the essence of Frame magazine. Frame gathers the most interesting works from around the world and packages it in six tactile issues a year. Since Frame believes that readers appreciate and enjoy the ability to ‘read’ images, the magazine focuses on photos and drawings. However, text is equally as important; Frame puts a lot of energy in uncovering the story behind each design. Loaded with nothing but the best in contemporary design, Frame is an inspiring and indispensable reference for professionals in interior design and other creative pursuits.

Moooi
For almost ten years Moooi has inspired and seduced the world with sparkling and innovative designs. The venture founded in 2001 by Marcel Wanders and Casper Vissers is named after their native Dutch word for beautiful – the third ‘o’ in the brand name stands for an extra value in terms of beauty and uniqueness. The core strengths of both men continue to complement each other perfectly; Marcel, the obstinate, passionate designer with a nose for business, and Casper, the driven marketeer with a keen eye for design.
In addition to Marcel Wanders’ designs, the Moooi portfolio contains a range of work from other nationally and internationally recognised designers. These include, amongst others, Jurgen Bey, Bertjan Pot, Maarten Baas, Jaime Hayon, Neri & Hu, Studio Job and Nika Zupanc. Marcel maintains an influence in all inclusions to the brand, being personally responsible for the overall design selection process. The collection style is exclusive, daring, playful, exquisite and based on the belief that design is a question of love.

Caelum 01 FRAME MOOOI AWARD 2012   The winner is..

Caelum / Pablo Martinez Diez

CERCA