EDIDA 2019 - Elle Deco International Design Awards

EDIDA 2019 – Elle Deco International Design Awards

Considered an event not to be missed for design enthusiasts, the Elle Decor International Design Awards puts the spotlight on the “best of” the world production and on the most interesting and appreciated designers on the international scene. This year’s edition was hosted in the halls of Teatro Franco Parenti and this year again it was Carolina Di Domenico who, after welcoming François Coruzzi CEO of ELLE International Licenses, entertained the audience presenting category after category of winners. We list our favorite projects below.

Biarritz Bed | Flexform

For the Bedding category, the award went to the Biarritz bed designed by Samuel Accoceberry for Flexform. The reason? The intersection of the volumes and the extraordinary play of proportions that made the headboard of the bed a true architectural element capable of configuring the space, by offering a comforting atmosphere of intimacy, were particularly appreciated.  Interni is an official Flexform retailer; come to one of our showrooms to discover the best of the collections.

Convivium Kitchen | Arclinea

For the Kitchen category the absolute winner was Antonio Citterio with the Convivium kitchen produced by Arclinea and designed as an open but organized space, which configures the most lived-in place of the house under the banner of sharing and conviviality. Come and discover all or “the best” of the Convivium model at our Arclinea Flagship Store in Milan.

Sun Tan | Kartell Outdoor Collection

For the Outdoor category, the winner presented as the great master of democratic design, was Philippe Starck for the Sun Tan collection designed for Kartell. It is a collection of chairs and beach loungers, essential and pop at the same time that plays with the expressive capacity of the metal tube, the true protagonist of the series.

N01 | Fritz Hansen seating system

For the Seating category the award went to N01, designed by Nendo and made entirely of solid wood by Fritz Hansen who blends Nordic aesthetics, typical of the Danish company, with oriental stylistic purity.