A bit of texture, a bit of colour, a bit of fur, a bit of wood, and lots of white. A smattering of designs from the portfolio of San Francisco designer .
is organized and awarded annually and in a wide range of . Every year, projects that focus on innovation, technology, design and creativity are awarded with the A’ Award. While realized projects find opportunities to get published, reach new markets and meet a wide range of buyers for their existing products, the organization also helps the creative minds and startups to meet with the business people to realize their product ideas. Here is a look at 20 past winners…
Spot Multifunctional Sofa by
Seehof: a garden architecture Hotel by
Catino Bathroom collection by
Banco Kitchen table by
Silhouette Collection Vase by
Malangen Retreat Family retreat by
Jurong Library- Jinke Branch Library by
Zhao Hua Xi Shi Living Museum by
Corner 60’s Residence by
Images of “Knitted” – Lighting Collection by
Flexibility Residence by
Binhi Multifunctional Bench by
Tribeca Loft Residential Apartment by
AS Offices Mixed Use Building by
Weave Curio Shelf Curio Shelf by
Pool House Residential by
Shallows Vase by
Mantova New Life with Secret Garden Residential private house by
Méo Shelf by
Gravity Swing sofa by
Some details not to be missed: The competition is now open for entries for 2018/2019! Details can be found . Registration information is available . At the end of the competition we’ll be featuring some of our favourite winners so stay tuned for that!
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Black and white, a surprise of old gold timber linings, enough retro classics to be cool not ostentatious, enveloping textures and the promise of a good surf break. Not your usual Hamptons holiday getaway and I for one am glad! Montauk Beach House by .
bijou– noun – something small and delicately worked, a trinket.
A cleverly crafted but tiny 11 m² seasonal rental in Paris’ 10th arrondissement. Because not all of us can, need or aspire to live in a mansion all the time. Marie-Lisaséphine by .
Photography by Bertrand Fompeyrine
Mid century vibes with statement furniture and art in this East End Avenue apartment designed by . A perfect city oasis for a pair of art collectors to showcase their vast collection and to emphasize and enhance the natural beauty of the space through site-specific installations that highlight the unique features of each room.