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Dossier de presse - Communiqué de presse - A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions

A' Design Awards 2014
Les Gagnants Annoncés

Côme, Italie

A' Design Award and Competitions

L'International A’ Design Award & Competition à annoncé les meilleurs conceptions de la compétition 2013 - 2014 dans toutes les disciplines du design.


Côme, Italie, 12-08-2014 -

Le A’ Design Award & Competition (designaward.com), la plus grandes et mondialement diffuses des compétitions de design internationaux a annoncé les résultats de 2013 - 2014 : 761 lauréats de 78 pays et dans 75 disciplines de conception différentes. Les candidats ont été soigneusement évalués par un jury international et influent composé de chercheurs établis, de membres de la presse de premier plan, de professionnels de la conception ainsi que des entrepreneurs expérimentés qui ont consacrés beaucoup de soin et d'attention aux détails tout en notant chaque entrée.


Les amateurs de design, et les éditeurs à travers le monde sont cordialement invités à obtenir des nouvelles inspirations sur le plan du design et à découvrir les dernières tendances dans les arts, l'architecture et la technologie en visitant la galerie en ligne de gagnants des A' Design Awards sur http://www.designmag.org qui dispose de tous les meilleurs designs du A’ Design Award & Competition 2013 - 2014, ainsi que les œuvres précédemment attribués durant les années passées. Les éditeurs et les amateurs de design pourront également profiter d'entretiens avec le concepteurs primé sur http://www.design-interviews.com


Les résultats du A’ Design Competition sont annoncés chaque année le 15 Avril. Les meilleurs produits, projets et services à travers le monde qui démontrent une conception supérieure, la technologie et la créativité sont récompensés par l'A' Design Award; le symbole de l'excellence dans la conception et l'innovation. Il y a cinq niveaux de distinction : Platine, Or, Argent, Bronze et Fer, répartis chaque année dans toutes les disciplines du design. Designers, entreprises et institutions de tous les pays du monde sont appelés chaque année à participer aux honneurs par la désignation de leurs meilleures œuvres, projets et produits.


Les A' Design Awards sont donnés pour les catégories Good Spatial Design (architecture, design d'intérieur, design urbain et conception de paysage) , Good Industrial Design (design produits, design d'appareils, conception de véhicules et de design de machines), Good Communication Design (design graphique, design d'interaction, et conception de marketing), Good Fashion Design (conception de vêtement, design d'accessoire de mode et design de chaussures) , Good System Design (conception de services, stratégie de conception, qualité et innovation) ainsi que pour les réalisations dans les arts et la littérature .


Les lauréats sont invités à assister au gala et a la remise des prix prestigieux en Italie, où ils seront appelés à s'organiser pour recueillir leurs trophées, certificats d'attribution et les annuaires. Les vainqueurs se verront également fournis un espace exclusif pour participer a une exposition des "meilleurs design de l'année" pour présenter leurs œuvres en Italie. Les lauréats ont également le droit de recevoir le "A’ Design Prize".


Le A’ Design Prize est un kit globale et très convoité offert aux gagnants de l'A' Design Award pour aider à la diffusion de leurs nouvelles conceptions à un public international et plus large. En plus du trophée, d'un certificat et de l'annuaire, le A’ Design Prize inclut des services de relations publiques et de marketing tels que la traduction des œuvres primé à des dizaines de langues, la préparation et la distribution de communiqués de presse, licence à vie pour l'utilisation du logo "award winner", des campagnes de relations publiques pour les gagnants et la communication des œuvres primées à des milliers de membres des médias.


Alors que l’édition 2013 - 2014 est terminée, la participation pour le A’ Design Award & Competition 2014 – 2015 est maintenant ouverte ; designers intéressés, artistes, architectes et entreprises peuvent s'inscrire et soumettre leurs œuvres à http://www.adesignaward.com, où simplement plus recevoir de plus amples informations sur le concours de conception tels que les critères d'évaluation, les dates clés, la liste des membres du jury, les formulaires d'inscription et les lignes directrices de présentation.


A' Design Awards & Competition

Les A' Design Awards ont été créés pour sensibiliser les bonnes pratiques et principes de conception. Le but ultime du A’ Design Award & Competition est d'offrir de fortes incitations aux concepteurs, entreprises et marques de tous les pays à créer de meilleurs produits , services et systèmes qui bénéficient a l'humanité . Le A’ Design Award & Competition pousse donc en avant les concepteurs et les marques du monde entier, les incitant a créer des produits et des projets qui offrent une valeur ajoutée, une utilité accrue, de nouvelles fonctionnalités, une esthétique supérieure, une efficacité exceptionnelle, l'amélioration de la durabilité et des performances remarquables.

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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   ajando Next Level CRM <br>Corporate Architecture Concept by Peter Stasek Architect &amp; Loftwerk<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>A very unusual loft has been created in the Mannheim harbor district. The complete ajando team will live and work there starting in November 2012. The internationally renowned architect Peter Stasek and the loftwerk architect office located in Karlsruhe are behind the corporate architecture concept of the loft. It was inspired by the quantum physics of Wheeler, the architecture of Josef M. Hoffmann and, of course, the information expertise of ajando.<br>   - Crédit photo :   Peter Stasek Architect &amp; Loftwerk, 2013.<br>
ajando Next Level CRM
Corporate Architecture Concept by Peter Stasek Architect & Loftwerk

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A very unusual loft has been created in the Mannheim harbor district. The complete ajando team will live and work there starting in November 2012. The internationally renowned architect Peter Stasek and the loftwerk architect office located in Karlsruhe are behind the corporate architecture concept of the loft. It was inspired by the quantum physics of Wheeler, the architecture of Josef M. Hoffmann and, of course, the information expertise of ajando.
Crédit photo : Peter Stasek Architect & Loftwerk, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - ajando Next Level CRM&nbsp;<br>Corporate Architecture Concept by Peter Stasek Architect &amp; Loftwerk<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>A very unusual loft has been created in the Mannheim harbor district. The complete ajando team will live and work there starting in November 2012. The internationally renowned architect Peter Stasek and the loftwerk architect office located in Karlsruhe are behind the corporate architecture concept of the loft. It was inspired by the quantum physics of Wheeler, the architecture of Josef M. Hoffmann and, of course, the information expertise of ajando.<br> - Crédit photo : Peter Stasek Architect &amp; Loftwerk, 2013.
ajando Next Level CRM 
Corporate Architecture Concept by Peter Stasek Architect & Loftwerk

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A very unusual loft has been created in the Mannheim harbor district. The complete ajando team will live and work there starting in November 2012. The internationally renowned architect Peter Stasek and the loftwerk architect office located in Karlsruhe are behind the corporate architecture concept of the loft. It was inspired by the quantum physics of Wheeler, the architecture of Josef M. Hoffmann and, of course, the information expertise of ajando.
Crédit photo : Peter Stasek Architect & Loftwerk, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -    Bridal Veil soaring over the World... <br>The chandelier by Victor A. Syrnev<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Great Hall in the Palace of Weddings in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). The ceiling of complex profile, reminiscent of cumulus clouds. Object-bridal veil organically included in the cloud space. The basis was taken from constructive module, like the flower of four leaves. Each leaf consists of five thin copper tubes. The Center of flower is light unit with different numbers of lamps, about 10 to 25 pieces Series connection of the leaves together has created a flexible and light chandelier in the shape of a bride's veil.    - Crédit photo :  Victor A. Syrnev, 2013.
Bridal Veil soaring over the World...
The chandelier by Victor A. Syrnev

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Great Hall in the Palace of Weddings in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). The ceiling of complex profile, reminiscent of cumulus clouds. Object-bridal veil organically included in the cloud space. The basis was taken from constructive module, like the flower of four leaves. Each leaf consists of five thin copper tubes. The Center of flower is light unit with different numbers of lamps, about 10 to 25 pieces Series connection of the leaves together has created a flexible and light chandelier in the shape of a bride's veil.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Bridal Veil soaring over the World...&nbsp;<br>The chandelier by Victor A. Syrnev<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Great Hall in the Palace of Weddings in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). The ceiling of complex profile, reminiscent of cumulus clouds. Object-bridal veil organically included in the cloud space. The basis was taken from constructive module, like the flower of four leaves. Each leaf consists of five thin copper tubes. The Center of flower is light unit with different numbers of lamps, about 10 to 25 pieces Series connection of the leaves together has created a flexible and light chandelier in the shape of a bride's veil. - Crédit photo : Victor A. Syrnev, 2013
Bridal Veil soaring over the World... 
The chandelier by Victor A. Syrnev

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Great Hall in the Palace of Weddings in Bishkek (Kyrgyzstan). The ceiling of complex profile, reminiscent of cumulus clouds. Object-bridal veil organically included in the cloud space. The basis was taken from constructive module, like the flower of four leaves. Each leaf consists of five thin copper tubes. The Center of flower is light unit with different numbers of lamps, about 10 to 25 pieces Series connection of the leaves together has created a flexible and light chandelier in the shape of a bride's veil.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   TIMES BUND CLUBHOUSE <br>Club House by Kris Lin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>This is a project which combines the functions of both club and sales center. 1st floor is mainly focused on the function of sale center while combining the function of bar and multi-functional conference room. 2nd floor is only for the sales office. Floor B1 is partially the fitness club,which comprising of a theme swimming center, gym, dancing room and basketball room. The design solution is hopefully to break the traditional horizontal and vertical space vision through the approach of innovation. The whole solution utilizes geometric modeling to realize space design and 3D modeling. The solution explores brand new ideas through three-dimensional space and is trying to create a space of body and art, meanwhile focusing on quality in the process of innovation and a careful selection of materials to keep an air of nobility. The building comprises of three floors, floor B1, 1st floor and 2nd floor. Vertical stair space is used to connect the three floors. The stair is designed in a form of flow line as if it flows down from 2nd floor to floor B1 and it is also like a sculpture. Since there are lots of equipments in the ceiling of swimming center and the building roof itself is beveled, so the ceiling space is rugged. For this reason the ceiling of swimming center is designed with the idea of flow wave.&nbsp;   - Crédit photo : Kris Lin, 2013.
TIMES BUND CLUBHOUSE
Club House by Kris Lin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a project which combines the functions of both club and sales center. 1st floor is mainly focused on the function of sale center while combining the function of bar and multi-functional conference room. 2nd floor is only for the sales office. Floor B1 is partially the fitness club,which comprising of a theme swimming center, gym, dancing room and basketball room. The design solution is hopefully to break the traditional horizontal and vertical space vision through the approach of innovation. The whole solution utilizes geometric modeling to realize space design and 3D modeling. The solution explores brand new ideas through three-dimensional space and is trying to create a space of body and art, meanwhile focusing on quality in the process of innovation and a careful selection of materials to keep an air of nobility. The building comprises of three floors, floor B1, 1st floor and 2nd floor. Vertical stair space is used to connect the three floors. The stair is designed in a form of flow line as if it flows down from 2nd floor to floor B1 and it is also like a sculpture. Since there are lots of equipments in the ceiling of swimming center and the building roof itself is beveled, so the ceiling space is rugged. For this reason the ceiling of swimming center is designed with the idea of flow wave. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   Hills Sales Centre <br>Real estate sales centre by Kris Lin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The project is located in Taiyuan city, Shanxi Province, China. Taiyuan is an ancient city with a history of 4700 years. It is in the middle of Shanxi Highland with many high mountains and hills. Hence the project is given a name Hills with the hope to reflect the human geography. On 1st floor, it is mainly negotiating sofa area, bar, multimedia display area, model display area and reception area. It is hoped that the overall design also could embody the theme of Hills. We adopt sculpture and form the shape of mountain or palisades with three dimensional cutting. In model display area, the design concept is something like a cave. Go through the cave and the steps, it is 2nd floor. It is a tunnel and inside the tunnel, we use three dimensional cutting to represent the cliffy rock in the valley. Color of the wood veneer symbolizes soil. Going through the narrow tunnel, the other end is the bright residential house type display area for Shiwaitaoyuan. In the display area, there are three mock-up with the hope to show a perfect human life and a paradise.   - Crédit photo : Kris Lin, 2013.
Hills Sales Centre
Real estate sales centre by Kris Lin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The project is located in Taiyuan city, Shanxi Province, China. Taiyuan is an ancient city with a history of 4700 years. It is in the middle of Shanxi Highland with many high mountains and hills. Hence the project is given a name Hills with the hope to reflect the human geography. On 1st floor, it is mainly negotiating sofa area, bar, multimedia display area, model display area and reception area. It is hoped that the overall design also could embody the theme of Hills. We adopt sculpture and form the shape of mountain or palisades with three dimensional cutting. In model display area, the design concept is something like a cave. Go through the cave and the steps, it is 2nd floor. It is a tunnel and inside the tunnel, we use three dimensional cutting to represent the cliffy rock in the valley. Color of the wood veneer symbolizes soil. Going through the narrow tunnel, the other end is the bright residential house type display area for Shiwaitaoyuan. In the display area, there are three mock-up with the hope to show a perfect human life and a paradise.
Crédit photo : Kris Lin, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   MIX C SALES CENTRE <br>Real estate sales centre by Kris Lin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The original architectural form is a glass square box. The overall interior design can be seen from the outside of the building and the interior design is totally reflected by the elevation of the building. There are four function areas, multimedia display area, model display area, negotiating sofa area and material display area. The four function areas look scattered and isolated. So we applied a ribbon to connect the whole space to achieve two design concepts: 1. connecting the function areas 2. Forming building elevation. 1. Connecting the function areas From the material display area, the ribbon surrounded the negotiating sofa area and flow between the column and glass curtain wall, connecting the model display area, finally flows in heliciform down to the ground while defining the multimedia display area. This make multimedia display area an relatively separate area naturally blended into the overall space. 2. Forming building elevation The original building form of glass box looks empty without a theme. So we add a ribbon into the interior space. The ribbon can not only connect the function areas but also form elevation of the building through glass curtain wall. It is the highlight of the building.&nbsp;   - Crédit photo : Kris Lin, 2013.
MIX C SALES CENTRE
Real estate sales centre by Kris Lin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The original architectural form is a glass square box. The overall interior design can be seen from the outside of the building and the interior design is totally reflected by the elevation of the building. There are four function areas, multimedia display area, model display area, negotiating sofa area and material display area. The four function areas look scattered and isolated. So we applied a ribbon to connect the whole space to achieve two design concepts: 1. connecting the function areas 2. Forming building elevation. 1. Connecting the function areas From the material display area, the ribbon surrounded the negotiating sofa area and flow between the column and glass curtain wall, connecting the model display area, finally flows in heliciform down to the ground while defining the multimedia display area. This make multimedia display area an relatively separate area naturally blended into the overall space. 2. Forming building elevation The original building form of glass box looks empty without a theme. So we add a ribbon into the interior space. The ribbon can not only connect the function areas but also form elevation of the building through glass curtain wall. It is the highlight of the building. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   dieForm, stilhaus Rothrist Design<br>Sales Exhibition by Gessaga Hindermann GmbH<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>It is both the design and the novel operational concept that make the "dieForm" exhibition so innovative. All of the products of the virtual showroom are physically on display. Visitors are distracted from the product neither by advertising nor sales staff. Additional information can be accessed at any time via app and mobile device. The concept allows an exciting range of products to be showcased while emphasising the product rather than the brand.   - Crédit photo :  Gessaga Hindermann GmbH , 2013.
dieForm, stilhaus Rothrist Design
Sales Exhibition by Gessaga Hindermann GmbH

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
It is both the design and the novel operational concept that make the "dieForm" exhibition so innovative. All of the products of the virtual showroom are physically on display. Visitors are distracted from the product neither by advertising nor sales staff. Additional information can be accessed at any time via app and mobile device. The concept allows an exciting range of products to be showcased while emphasising the product rather than the brand.
Crédit photo : Gessaga Hindermann GmbH , 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - dieForm, stilhaus Rothrist Design<br>Sales Exhibition by Gessaga Hindermann GmbH<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>It is both the design and the novel operational concept that make the "dieForm" exhibition so innovative. All of the products of the virtual showroom are physically on display. Visitors are distracted from the product neither by advertising nor sales staff. Additional information can be accessed at any time via app and mobile device. The concept allows an exciting range of products to be showcased while emphasising the product rather than the brand. - Crédit photo : Gessaga Hindermann GmbH , 2013.
dieForm, stilhaus Rothrist Design
Sales Exhibition by Gessaga Hindermann GmbH

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
It is both the design and the novel operational concept that make the "dieForm" exhibition so innovative. All of the products of the virtual showroom are physically on display. Visitors are distracted from the product neither by advertising nor sales staff. Additional information can be accessed at any time via app and mobile device. The concept allows an exciting range of products to be showcased while emphasising the product rather than the brand.
Crédit photo : Gessaga Hindermann GmbH , 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Eighternity Urban Bench by George Drakakis<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Robust design, easy on site installation, just drop &amp; forget.  - Crédit photo : George Drakakis, 2013.
Eighternity Urban Bench by George Drakakis

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Robust design, easy on site installation, just drop & forget.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Spring Seaview Terrace Residence by Primocasa Interiors Limited<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>This is a 2,700 square ft. unit with balcony designed mainly for a family of four members. The theme of this unit is a modern contemporary style that utilizes design to integrate the home with its beautiful sea view. Using luxurious classic furniture with modern design elements, the styles and pieces used strips down the classic forms into clean and modern lines. The theme of this unit is accentuated by integrating unique design materials such as customized glass, leather and marble as key design elements.&nbsp;  - Crédit photo :  Primocasa Interiors Limited, 2013
Spring Seaview Terrace Residence by Primocasa Interiors Limited

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a 2,700 square ft. unit with balcony designed mainly for a family of four members. The theme of this unit is a modern contemporary style that utilizes design to integrate the home with its beautiful sea view. Using luxurious classic furniture with modern design elements, the styles and pieces used strips down the classic forms into clean and modern lines. The theme of this unit is accentuated by integrating unique design materials such as customized glass, leather and marble as key design elements. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Spring Seaview Terrace Residence by Primocasa Interiors Limited<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>This is a 2,700 square ft. unit with balcony designed mainly for a family of four members. The theme of this unit is a modern contemporary style that utilizes design to integrate the home with its beautiful sea view. Using luxurious classic furniture with modern design elements, the styles and pieces used strips down the classic forms into clean and modern lines. The theme of this unit is accentuated by integrating unique design materials such as customized glass, leather and marble as key design elements.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Primocasa Interiors Limited, 2013
Spring Seaview Terrace Residence by Primocasa Interiors Limited

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This is a 2,700 square ft. unit with balcony designed mainly for a family of four members. The theme of this unit is a modern contemporary style that utilizes design to integrate the home with its beautiful sea view. Using luxurious classic furniture with modern design elements, the styles and pieces used strips down the classic forms into clean and modern lines. The theme of this unit is accentuated by integrating unique design materials such as customized glass, leather and marble as key design elements. 
Crédit photo : Primocasa Interiors Limited, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  The Ring House &amp; Atelier by MZ Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The proposed building consists of a cylindrical volume embracing a rectangular one. The cylinder acts as a protective closed wall with a single narrow opening serving as the entrance, while the inside rectangle accommodates fluidly all the house functions necessary for the everyday life of the artist: a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and an atelier. The interior space interacts smoothly with the serene outdoor atrium, a large terrace garden with one symbolic tree and a circular water feature.  - Crédit photo :  MZ Architects, The Ring House, 2013.&nbsp;
The Ring House & Atelier by MZ Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The proposed building consists of a cylindrical volume embracing a rectangular one. The cylinder acts as a protective closed wall with a single narrow opening serving as the entrance, while the inside rectangle accommodates fluidly all the house functions necessary for the everyday life of the artist: a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and an atelier. The interior space interacts smoothly with the serene outdoor atrium, a large terrace garden with one symbolic tree and a circular water feature.
Crédit photo : MZ Architects, The Ring House, 2013. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - The Ring House &amp; Atelier by MZ Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The proposed building consists of a cylindrical volume embracing a rectangular one. The cylinder acts as a protective closed wall with a single narrow opening serving as the entrance, while the inside rectangle accommodates fluidly all the house functions necessary for the everyday life of the artist: a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and an atelier. The interior space interacts smoothly with the serene outdoor atrium, a large terrace garden with one symbolic tree and a circular water feature. - Crédit photo : MZ Architects, The Ring House, 2013.&nbsp;
The Ring House & Atelier by MZ Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The proposed building consists of a cylindrical volume embracing a rectangular one. The cylinder acts as a protective closed wall with a single narrow opening serving as the entrance, while the inside rectangle accommodates fluidly all the house functions necessary for the everyday life of the artist: a bedroom, a bathroom, a living room, a kitchen and an atelier. The interior space interacts smoothly with the serene outdoor atrium, a large terrace garden with one symbolic tree and a circular water feature.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Osaka - Sao Paulo Restaurant by Ariel Chemi / AGCH arquitectos<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Osaka restaurant in Sao Paulo, is the consequence of a perfect mix between the Nikkei style and the Brazilian tropical culture atmosphere. Located in the Itaim Bibi neighbor, Osaka shows proudly his architecture and food, offering an intimate and cozy ambiance in its different spaces. The outdoor terrace next to the street, is a modern urban courtyard which connect interior, exterior and nature. Inside the main space, a huge hanging “nest” lighting element, provides illumination and an appropriate spatial scale. Lamella roof system with dim lighting, and wood latticework were carefully studied in order to complete the harmonizing interior design, in order to generate a dynamic and natural way to connect the sushi &amp; cocktails faced bars. In the upper level, a second cocktails bar next to the big central hole gives character to the environment, where different private rooms are located. The sophisticated aesthetic was materialized with the use of natural elements and some specific patterns. Wall coverings textures with stones/wood, wooden floors, plants, water, iron details and dim illuminating techniques join to create the mood.&nbsp;  - Crédit photo :  AGCH ARQS. / OSAKA
Osaka - Sao Paulo Restaurant by Ariel Chemi / AGCH arquitectos

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Osaka restaurant in Sao Paulo, is the consequence of a perfect mix between the Nikkei style and the Brazilian tropical culture atmosphere. Located in the Itaim Bibi neighbor, Osaka shows proudly his architecture and food, offering an intimate and cozy ambiance in its different spaces. The outdoor terrace next to the street, is a modern urban courtyard which connect interior, exterior and nature. Inside the main space, a huge hanging “nest” lighting element, provides illumination and an appropriate spatial scale. Lamella roof system with dim lighting, and wood latticework were carefully studied in order to complete the harmonizing interior design, in order to generate a dynamic and natural way to connect the sushi & cocktails faced bars. In the upper level, a second cocktails bar next to the big central hole gives character to the environment, where different private rooms are located. The sophisticated aesthetic was materialized with the use of natural elements and some specific patterns. Wall coverings textures with stones/wood, wooden floors, plants, water, iron details and dim illuminating techniques join to create the mood. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Osaka - Sao Paulo Restaurant by Ariel Chemi / AGCH arquitectos<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Osaka restaurant in Sao Paulo, is the consequence of a perfect mix between the Nikkei style and the Brazilian tropical culture atmosphere. Located in the Itaim Bibi neighbor, Osaka shows proudly his architecture and food, offering an intimate and cozy ambiance in its different spaces. The outdoor terrace next to the street, is a modern urban courtyard which connect interior, exterior and nature. Inside the main space, a huge hanging “nest” lighting element, provides illumination and an appropriate spatial scale. Lamella roof system with dim lighting, and wood latticework were carefully studied in order to complete the harmonizing interior design, in order to generate a dynamic and natural way to connect the sushi &amp; cocktails faced bars. In the upper level, a second cocktails bar next to the big central hole gives character to the environment, where different private rooms are located. The sophisticated aesthetic was materialized with the use of natural elements and some specific patterns. Wall coverings textures with stones/wood, wooden floors, plants, water, iron details and dim illuminating techniques join to create the mood.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : AGCH ARQS. / OSAKA
Osaka - Sao Paulo Restaurant by Ariel Chemi / AGCH arquitectos

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Osaka restaurant in Sao Paulo, is the consequence of a perfect mix between the Nikkei style and the Brazilian tropical culture atmosphere. Located in the Itaim Bibi neighbor, Osaka shows proudly his architecture and food, offering an intimate and cozy ambiance in its different spaces. The outdoor terrace next to the street, is a modern urban courtyard which connect interior, exterior and nature. Inside the main space, a huge hanging “nest” lighting element, provides illumination and an appropriate spatial scale. Lamella roof system with dim lighting, and wood latticework were carefully studied in order to complete the harmonizing interior design, in order to generate a dynamic and natural way to connect the sushi & cocktails faced bars. In the upper level, a second cocktails bar next to the big central hole gives character to the environment, where different private rooms are located. The sophisticated aesthetic was materialized with the use of natural elements and some specific patterns. Wall coverings textures with stones/wood, wooden floors, plants, water, iron details and dim illuminating techniques join to create the mood. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Lohas Restaurant by Yu Wen Chiu<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Revolt Counter to the Urban Beat. The base is located in a busy traffic intersection. The overall spatial plan aims to create a mellow and settled pace, as if to induce time to slow down and in this fast-paced urban life to enjoy each moment here and now. The open space, as is formed,via medium planning,divides the space based on different functionalities. The totem-like screens add to the mellow spatial ambience some congenial playfulness. - Crédit photo : Yu Wen Chiu, 2013.
Lohas Restaurant by Yu Wen Chiu

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The Revolt Counter to the Urban Beat. The base is located in a busy traffic intersection. The overall spatial plan aims to create a mellow and settled pace, as if to induce time to slow down and in this fast-paced urban life to enjoy each moment here and now. The open space, as is formed,via medium planning,divides the space based on different functionalities. The totem-like screens add to the mellow spatial ambience some congenial playfulness.
Crédit photo : Yu Wen Chiu, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -   Das Brot. <br>Bread Bakery and Restaurant by Designliga<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>TASK: Design and realization of the interior design (LP 1-8) and corporate design including packaging for the bread bakery “Das Brot.” at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. As the communications platform of the Volkswagen Group, the Autostadt in Wolfsburg brings the values of Volkswagen to life. The restaurants at the Autostadt are operated by the Swiss company Mövenpick. All foods used at the Autostadt are selected with a view to the transparency and regionality of all growers, producers and production methods. All foods served in the bread bakery “Das Brot.” are 100 per cent organic. SOLUTION: “Das Brot.“ has a design concept that shows off high-quality local materials and focusses on traditional artisan crafts. In the functional areas of the restaurant, the bakery and dining area flow into each other, creating a constantly changing ambient perspective. From the clean, clear lines of the ‘workshop’ area to the homely familiarity of the long table where guests sit down together, the feeling created by the restaurant space shifts and transforms. The patterns of the floor echo the breadmaking process, in which a metamorphosis takes place from field to wheat, from wheat to flour and from flour - with water - to bread. The symbolic presentation of this creative process has both narrative and decorative value. At the same time, the floor design bears witness to an uncompromising quality of craftsmanship.   - Crédit photo :  Designliga; photographer: Pascal Gambarte, 2013.
Das Brot.
Bread Bakery and Restaurant by Designliga

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
TASK: Design and realization of the interior design (LP 1-8) and corporate design including packaging for the bread bakery “Das Brot.” at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. As the communications platform of the Volkswagen Group, the Autostadt in Wolfsburg brings the values of Volkswagen to life. The restaurants at the Autostadt are operated by the Swiss company Mövenpick. All foods used at the Autostadt are selected with a view to the transparency and regionality of all growers, producers and production methods. All foods served in the bread bakery “Das Brot.” are 100 per cent organic. SOLUTION: “Das Brot.“ has a design concept that shows off high-quality local materials and focusses on traditional artisan crafts. In the functional areas of the restaurant, the bakery and dining area flow into each other, creating a constantly changing ambient perspective. From the clean, clear lines of the ‘workshop’ area to the homely familiarity of the long table where guests sit down together, the feeling created by the restaurant space shifts and transforms. The patterns of the floor echo the breadmaking process, in which a metamorphosis takes place from field to wheat, from wheat to flour and from flour - with water - to bread. The symbolic presentation of this creative process has both narrative and decorative value. At the same time, the floor design bears witness to an uncompromising quality of craftsmanship.
Crédit photo : Designliga; photographer: Pascal Gambarte, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Das Brot.&nbsp;<br>Bread Bakery and Restaurant by Designliga<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>TASK: Design and realization of the interior design (LP 1-8) and corporate design including packaging for the bread bakery “Das Brot.” at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. As the communications platform of the Volkswagen Group, the Autostadt in Wolfsburg brings the values of Volkswagen to life. The restaurants at the Autostadt are operated by the Swiss company Mövenpick. All foods used at the Autostadt are selected with a view to the transparency and regionality of all growers, producers and production methods. All foods served in the bread bakery “Das Brot.” are 100 per cent organic. SOLUTION: “Das Brot.“ has a design concept that shows off high-quality local materials and focusses on traditional artisan crafts. In the functional areas of the restaurant, the bakery and dining area flow into each other, creating a constantly changing ambient perspective. From the clean, clear lines of the ‘workshop’ area to the homely familiarity of the long table where guests sit down together, the feeling created by the restaurant space shifts and transforms. The patterns of the floor echo the breadmaking process, in which a metamorphosis takes place from field to wheat, from wheat to flour and from flour - with water - to bread. The symbolic presentation of this creative process has both narrative and decorative value. At the same time, the floor design bears witness to an uncompromising quality of craftsmanship. - Crédit photo : Designliga; photographer: Pascal Gambarte, 2013.
Das Brot. 
Bread Bakery and Restaurant by Designliga

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
TASK: Design and realization of the interior design (LP 1-8) and corporate design including packaging for the bread bakery “Das Brot.” at the Autostadt in Wolfsburg. As the communications platform of the Volkswagen Group, the Autostadt in Wolfsburg brings the values of Volkswagen to life. The restaurants at the Autostadt are operated by the Swiss company Mövenpick. All foods used at the Autostadt are selected with a view to the transparency and regionality of all growers, producers and production methods. All foods served in the bread bakery “Das Brot.” are 100 per cent organic. SOLUTION: “Das Brot.“ has a design concept that shows off high-quality local materials and focusses on traditional artisan crafts. In the functional areas of the restaurant, the bakery and dining area flow into each other, creating a constantly changing ambient perspective. From the clean, clear lines of the ‘workshop’ area to the homely familiarity of the long table where guests sit down together, the feeling created by the restaurant space shifts and transforms. The patterns of the floor echo the breadmaking process, in which a metamorphosis takes place from field to wheat, from wheat to flour and from flour - with water - to bread. The symbolic presentation of this creative process has both narrative and decorative value. At the same time, the floor design bears witness to an uncompromising quality of craftsmanship.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Halle A by Designliga <br>Workspace design by Designliga<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>//Customer info: Halle A is the studio of the Designliga design bureau and Form &amp; Code, its strategic partner in Web and application development.// //Task: Design and execution interior architecture (LP 1-8), design furnishings.// //Solution: Until its conversion, 10.4-metre-high hall was a metal-working shop for the Munich utilities company Stadtwerke München. The initial intention of preserving the character of the hall was carried out, and a studio was created which builds on the industrial atmosphere of the space and continues its external features throughout its interior. The colour palette is based on the materials and textures prevalent in the complex, whose brick buildings primarily house skilled trades. The structure of the hall interior is determined by two ridge-roof buildings containing two floors of individual offices. Together with the old foreman's office, they form an ensemble which produces the effect of a roofed village square in the intervening space. Despite the size of this space, it is divided into distinct zones and functional areas which creates a feeling of intimacy. The upper area of the space is taken up by the top floors of the buildings and the two conference and meeting-rooms in the old foreman's office. The kitchen is designed as a private room for staff, while the library is where visitors are received and spontaneous meetings are held. The cabinets lining the walls each end in a counter-top that designates the start of the work area. These cabinets combine a variety of functions; they are used for storage and filing, as well as serving as standing workplaces and reception counters. Halle A is a studio, workplace and living space for the people that work here and for our visitors.//&nbsp;  - Crédit photo : Designliga; photographer: Pascal Gambarte, 2013.<br>
Halle A by Designliga
Workspace design by Designliga

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
//Customer info: Halle A is the studio of the Designliga design bureau and Form & Code, its strategic partner in Web and application development.// //Task: Design and execution interior architecture (LP 1-8), design furnishings.// //Solution: Until its conversion, 10.4-metre-high hall was a metal-working shop for the Munich utilities company Stadtwerke München. The initial intention of preserving the character of the hall was carried out, and a studio was created which builds on the industrial atmosphere of the space and continues its external features throughout its interior. The colour palette is based on the materials and textures prevalent in the complex, whose brick buildings primarily house skilled trades. The structure of the hall interior is determined by two ridge-roof buildings containing two floors of individual offices. Together with the old foreman's office, they form an ensemble which produces the effect of a roofed village square in the intervening space. Despite the size of this space, it is divided into distinct zones and functional areas which creates a feeling of intimacy. The upper area of the space is taken up by the top floors of the buildings and the two conference and meeting-rooms in the old foreman's office. The kitchen is designed as a private room for staff, while the library is where visitors are received and spontaneous meetings are held. The cabinets lining the walls each end in a counter-top that designates the start of the work area. These cabinets combine a variety of functions; they are used for storage and filing, as well as serving as standing workplaces and reception counters. Halle A is a studio, workplace and living space for the people that work here and for our visitors.// 
Crédit photo : Designliga; photographer: Pascal Gambarte, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Osoro Open Tableware System by Narumi Corporation<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>OSORO's innovative character is to combine the quality of high-grade vitrified porcelain and its typical ivory-colored glossy skin with the function suitable for preserving food in the refrigerator or freezer and for cooking with steam oven or microwave. The simple, modular shape with its various elements can be stacked to save space, flexibly combined and closed with a multi-colored silicone O-Sealer or O-Connector so that food stays well sealed in it. OSORO can be universally used eliminating the need for our daily life. - Crédit photo : Narumi Corporation, 2013.
Osoro Open Tableware System by Narumi Corporation

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
OSORO's innovative character is to combine the quality of high-grade vitrified porcelain and its typical ivory-colored glossy skin with the function suitable for preserving food in the refrigerator or freezer and for cooking with steam oven or microwave. The simple, modular shape with its various elements can be stacked to save space, flexibly combined and closed with a multi-colored silicone O-Sealer or O-Connector so that food stays well sealed in it. OSORO can be universally used eliminating the need for our daily life.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Organic Cities<br> New Cities by Luca Curci<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Luca Curci architects studio has designed a landmark for the United Arab Emirates skyline with an innovative project based on the concept of "Organic Cities". The organic buildings become part of the new megalopolis, merging and mixing residential elements with business divisions, shopping life with wellness areas, cultural places with social life. The aim is to create a common place where people can live, meet, learn, work, socialize and create new mixing cultures. The total floor area will host more than 150.000 habitants, with 50% of the lot area dedicated to green and connections, open areas, common grounds, places. More than 800.000 square meters dedicated to hotels, spa, wellness areas, 6.300.000 square meters to shopping malls, galleries, museums, 4.500.000 square meters to offices and other social services. The project is organized in 2 groups: organic buildings on the earth, and "moons" on the sea. All of them are connected and linked each other with roads, parks, and running streets. The aggregations on the ground are futuristic and have organic shapes. The waves on the sea are divided into 3 kinds: the smaller are private residences with a private approach from the sea and from the air. The middle "moons" are hotels that can be reached by the sea, the road and the air. The biggest "moons" are residences, hotels and private apartments. Covering a total constructed area of 600.000 square meters, the program will host residencies, offices and collective and commercial spaces. The tallest building will reach 470 meters while the second and third of the first group on the ground will successively descend in height. The tallest "moon" on the sea will reach 190 meters while the second 115 meters and the third 90 meters. The aggregations of buildings near the sea have shapes conceived to live on desert ground, because they can be realized on it. The idea starts from the nature structures that are able to live near the sea, with sun and wind and any kind of natural element. They exist to be the future and evolution of contemporary metropolis. This kind of structures will develop again the connections between humans, during everyday life, with thousand of common places that will aggregate crowds, to win the alienation of XX and XXI century cities. The masterplan has been created to be adaptive and to be evolved. It will depend on the different places where to build it. The first 5 buildings and 5 moons are completely full of any king of services are available to be built in our contemporary cities, with a great attention to social life, human connections, common places where to meet, real social life. This is the cities evolution. - Crédit photo : Luca Curci, 2013.<br>
Organic Cities
New Cities by Luca Curci

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Luca Curci architects studio has designed a landmark for the United Arab Emirates skyline with an innovative project based on the concept of "Organic Cities". The organic buildings become part of the new megalopolis, merging and mixing residential elements with business divisions, shopping life with wellness areas, cultural places with social life. The aim is to create a common place where people can live, meet, learn, work, socialize and create new mixing cultures. The total floor area will host more than 150.000 habitants, with 50% of the lot area dedicated to green and connections, open areas, common grounds, places. More than 800.000 square meters dedicated to hotels, spa, wellness areas, 6.300.000 square meters to shopping malls, galleries, museums, 4.500.000 square meters to offices and other social services. The project is organized in 2 groups: organic buildings on the earth, and "moons" on the sea. All of them are connected and linked each other with roads, parks, and running streets. The aggregations on the ground are futuristic and have organic shapes. The waves on the sea are divided into 3 kinds: the smaller are private residences with a private approach from the sea and from the air. The middle "moons" are hotels that can be reached by the sea, the road and the air. The biggest "moons" are residences, hotels and private apartments. Covering a total constructed area of 600.000 square meters, the program will host residencies, offices and collective and commercial spaces. The tallest building will reach 470 meters while the second and third of the first group on the ground will successively descend in height. The tallest "moon" on the sea will reach 190 meters while the second 115 meters and the third 90 meters. The aggregations of buildings near the sea have shapes conceived to live on desert ground, because they can be realized on it. The idea starts from the nature structures that are able to live near the sea, with sun and wind and any kind of natural element. They exist to be the future and evolution of contemporary metropolis. This kind of structures will develop again the connections between humans, during everyday life, with thousand of common places that will aggregate crowds, to win the alienation of XX and XXI century cities. The masterplan has been created to be adaptive and to be evolved. It will depend on the different places where to build it. The first 5 buildings and 5 moons are completely full of any king of services are available to be built in our contemporary cities, with a great attention to social life, human connections, common places where to meet, real social life. This is the cities evolution.
Crédit photo : Luca Curci, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  W Doha Hotel &amp; Residences <br>Hotel &amp; Residences by MZ Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The W is an internationally recognized luxury boutique hotel brand that was launched in 1998 with the W New York, and has since expanded with over fifty hotels and resorts around the world. W has become the fastest growing luxury hotel brand in the world, with each hotel offering a unique mix of innovative design and comfort. The client brief was to create an iconic mid-rise hotel with approximately 71,500 sqm of practical and efficient hotel and residential spaces. The client’ and W brand’s wish was to build a hotel distinctively inspired by the city of Doha yet underlining the brand’s unique values, mixing cutting-edge design with local influences and creating a place to play or work by day, or to mix and mingle in high-energy spaces by night.&nbsp;  - Crédit photo : W Doha Hotel &amp; Residences, 2011.
W Doha Hotel & Residences
Hotel & Residences by MZ Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The W is an internationally recognized luxury boutique hotel brand that was launched in 1998 with the W New York, and has since expanded with over fifty hotels and resorts around the world. W has become the fastest growing luxury hotel brand in the world, with each hotel offering a unique mix of innovative design and comfort. The client brief was to create an iconic mid-rise hotel with approximately 71,500 sqm of practical and efficient hotel and residential spaces. The client’ and W brand’s wish was to build a hotel distinctively inspired by the city of Doha yet underlining the brand’s unique values, mixing cutting-edge design with local influences and creating a place to play or work by day, or to mix and mingle in high-energy spaces by night. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - W Doha Hotel &amp; Residences&nbsp;<br>Hotel &amp; Residences by MZ Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The W is an internationally recognized luxury boutique hotel brand that was launched in 1998 with the W New York, and has since expanded with over fifty hotels and resorts around the world. W has become the fastest growing luxury hotel brand in the world, with each hotel offering a unique mix of innovative design and comfort. The client brief was to create an iconic mid-rise hotel with approximately 71,500 sqm of practical and efficient hotel and residential spaces. The client’ and W brand’s wish was to build a hotel distinctively inspired by the city of Doha yet underlining the brand’s unique values, mixing cutting-edge design with local influences and creating a place to play or work by day, or to mix and mingle in high-energy spaces by night.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : W Doha Hotel &amp; Residences, 2011.
W Doha Hotel & Residences 
Hotel & Residences by MZ Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The W is an internationally recognized luxury boutique hotel brand that was launched in 1998 with the W New York, and has since expanded with over fifty hotels and resorts around the world. W has become the fastest growing luxury hotel brand in the world, with each hotel offering a unique mix of innovative design and comfort. The client brief was to create an iconic mid-rise hotel with approximately 71,500 sqm of practical and efficient hotel and residential spaces. The client’ and W brand’s wish was to build a hotel distinctively inspired by the city of Doha yet underlining the brand’s unique values, mixing cutting-edge design with local influences and creating a place to play or work by day, or to mix and mingle in high-energy spaces by night. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Tianjin Insun Lotte Cinema&nbsp;<br>Cinema by Ajax Law &amp; Virginia Lung<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Located at the tranquil and roomy Cultural District, the contemporary Tianjin Grand Theatre has filled the whole perimeter with the ambience that is provoked by the theatre’s important contents and openness. The overwhelming modernism has been entirely occupied the cinema’s surrounding, in a form that all the lines are connected at this one single point, which has also motivated the interior of the cinema. From the first place, it was a silent white entrance lobby with minimalist style, yet in between of the white walls and floor surface, some white sheeps and ostriches rush into the interior with a TV on each of their backs that is playing various movie trailers. In order to take part of the “colourful animals sport games” at the cinema. Where they are heading to is the multicolored 3-dimensional tracks all over the ceiling, the wall and the floor. Meanwhile, aside of the floor track, a bunch of candidates, including bear, ostrich, rhinoceros, elephant and dinosaur, are already waiting for the race to start. While they are taking part of the game, they are taking the role as ticket booths by the way. On the other hand, those ribbons-looking tracks feature is not only synchronizing the design within the ticket lobby area, the text screens that are hiding within the ceiling tracks also help to add utilitarian element into the design theme. Running along the tracks ahead, here comes the corridor area that leads to different theatres of the cinema. As the lobby is said to be the “tracks” of track-and-field games, the corridor is consequently becoming the “field” of the games. The green tones of the tracks has greatly spread out to the walls and ceiling of this area, thus the vibrant of the theme can be strongly emphasized here. Just as those in the ticket lobby, animals playing here are also taking particular responsibilities to serve the audiences in the corridor area. For instance, foxes and baboons lend their backs to provide several seats, while giraffes and camels, etc, keep concentrating on competition on tracks, so the energetic atmosphere can only grow stronger in the interior. Furthermore, some ribbons on the ceiling suddenly convert into monkeys, and even 3D wording light boxes. It seems like their aim is to lead the audiences to their desired movies before the runners could. Finally the audiences have reached the theatres, their breaths slow down, ambiance of the interior grow silent, and all the vibrancies go back to the movies. The four main chromes of blue, green, yellow and purple crawl along the wall hung fixture of their tones, then they eventually settle on the seats in a random manner, as well as a set of gray and black geometric line pattern on the carpet finish.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Ajax Law
Tianjin Insun Lotte Cinema 
Cinema by Ajax Law & Virginia Lung

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Located at the tranquil and roomy Cultural District, the contemporary Tianjin Grand Theatre has filled the whole perimeter with the ambience that is provoked by the theatre’s important contents and openness. The overwhelming modernism has been entirely occupied the cinema’s surrounding, in a form that all the lines are connected at this one single point, which has also motivated the interior of the cinema. From the first place, it was a silent white entrance lobby with minimalist style, yet in between of the white walls and floor surface, some white sheeps and ostriches rush into the interior with a TV on each of their backs that is playing various movie trailers. In order to take part of the “colourful animals sport games” at the cinema. Where they are heading to is the multicolored 3-dimensional tracks all over the ceiling, the wall and the floor. Meanwhile, aside of the floor track, a bunch of candidates, including bear, ostrich, rhinoceros, elephant and dinosaur, are already waiting for the race to start. While they are taking part of the game, they are taking the role as ticket booths by the way. On the other hand, those ribbons-looking tracks feature is not only synchronizing the design within the ticket lobby area, the text screens that are hiding within the ceiling tracks also help to add utilitarian element into the design theme. Running along the tracks ahead, here comes the corridor area that leads to different theatres of the cinema. As the lobby is said to be the “tracks” of track-and-field games, the corridor is consequently becoming the “field” of the games. The green tones of the tracks has greatly spread out to the walls and ceiling of this area, thus the vibrant of the theme can be strongly emphasized here. Just as those in the ticket lobby, animals playing here are also taking particular responsibilities to serve the audiences in the corridor area. For instance, foxes and baboons lend their backs to provide several seats, while giraffes and camels, etc, keep concentrating on competition on tracks, so the energetic atmosphere can only grow stronger in the interior. Furthermore, some ribbons on the ceiling suddenly convert into monkeys, and even 3D wording light boxes. It seems like their aim is to lead the audiences to their desired movies before the runners could. Finally the audiences have reached the theatres, their breaths slow down, ambiance of the interior grow silent, and all the vibrancies go back to the movies. The four main chromes of blue, green, yellow and purple crawl along the wall hung fixture of their tones, then they eventually settle on the seats in a random manner, as well as a set of gray and black geometric line pattern on the carpet finish. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Rising Moon <br>Pavilion by Daydreamers Design<br><br>ROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition.<br>  - Crédit photo : TAM Raymond
Rising Moon
Pavilion by Daydreamers Design

ROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition.
Crédit photo : TAM Raymond
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Rising Moon&nbsp;<br>Pavilion by Daydreamers Design<br><br>ROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition. - Crédit photo : KAR Vincent
Rising Moon 
Pavilion by Daydreamers Design

ROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Rising Moon&nbsp;<br>Pavilion by Daydreamers Design<br><br>ROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition. - Crédit photo : KAR Vincent
Rising Moon 
Pavilion by Daydreamers Design

ROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition.
Crédit photo : KAR Vincent
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Rising Moon&nbsp;<br>Pavilion by Daydreamers Design<br><br>ROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition. - Crédit photo : WONG Ho Ka Jay<br>
Rising Moon 
Pavilion by Daydreamers Design

ROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Rising Moon is a temporary pavilion designed to serve as an anchor attraction during the 2013 Hong Kong Mid-Autumn Festival. It re-interpret traditional paper lanterns with recycled plastic bottles on the same time creating a Synthetic Moon, thus promoting the message of environmental protection. Rising Moon offered strong visual impact with sound and lighting effects externally and internally. The design received the Gold Award at the Lantern Wonderland Design Competition.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - yoshi bar 2nd&nbsp;<br>Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings. - Crédit photo : takeshi asano
yoshi bar 2nd 
Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings.
Crédit photo : takeshi asano
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - yoshi bar 2nd&nbsp;<br>Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings. - Crédit photo : takeshi asano
yoshi bar 2nd 
Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings.
Crédit photo : takeshi asano
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  yoshi bar 2nd&nbsp;<br>Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings.  - Crédit photo :  takeshi asano
yoshi bar 2nd 
Provisional Bar by Naoya Matsumoto

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
systematically pieced together using six panels of reeds the yoshi bar by resembles a traditional gabled roof stall.The small shelter is held in place by the natural fibers which are grown in biwako shiga. the different panels are unable to stand alone but when placed next to each other they are supported to form the intimate enclosure. offering snatched glimpses through to its interior the sculptural piece has an enchanting quality to it. easily constructed over a couple of days the installation contains a bar where people can enjoy a relaxing and atmosphere and natural surroundings.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island&nbsp;<br>Architecture - Hotel by Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Some of the most fulfilling designs are those embedded and contextualised in their local culture. It was the designer’s intent from the outset to reflect, in the architectural expression, the vibrant nature of Asia, Hong Kong and Wanchai. The shading device on the hotel façade resembles a dragon; the glass bottomed cantilevered pool is considered as a pearl often associated with dragons. The hotel design also provides legibility at both the City (macro) and Human (micro) scale. - Crédit photo : Aedas
Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island 
Architecture - Hotel by Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Some of the most fulfilling designs are those embedded and contextualised in their local culture. It was the designer’s intent from the outset to reflect, in the architectural expression, the vibrant nature of Asia, Hong Kong and Wanchai. The shading device on the hotel façade resembles a dragon; the glass bottomed cantilevered pool is considered as a pearl often associated with dragons. The hotel design also provides legibility at both the City (macro) and Human (micro) scale.
Crédit photo : Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island Architecture - Hotel by Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Some of the most fulfilling designs are those embedded and contextualised in their local culture. It was the designer’s intent from the outset to reflect, in the architectural expression, the vibrant nature of Asia, Hong Kong and Wanchai. The shading device on the hotel façade resembles a dragon; the glass bottomed cantilevered pool is considered as a pearl often associated with dragons. The hotel design also provides legibility at both the City (macro) and Human (micro) scale. - Crédit photo : Aedas
Hotel Indigo Hong Kong Island Architecture - Hotel by Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Some of the most fulfilling designs are those embedded and contextualised in their local culture. It was the designer’s intent from the outset to reflect, in the architectural expression, the vibrant nature of Asia, Hong Kong and Wanchai. The shading device on the hotel façade resembles a dragon; the glass bottomed cantilevered pool is considered as a pearl often associated with dragons. The hotel design also provides legibility at both the City (macro) and Human (micro) scale.
Crédit photo : Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University Architecture - Education facility by Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The university is located in Suzhou, where the famous Taihu stone is unearthed. The design of the Administration Information Building was inspired by the porous nature of the stone due to long time of erosion. The pores and holes are transformed into a void structure with functional spaces linking up different programmes of the building. The voids also allow the building to respond to the users and surrounding context and turn it into a vessel for interaction. The different heights of voids also create a three-dimensional Suzhou garden within the building. - Crédit photo : Aedas
Xian Jiaotong-Liverpool University Architecture - Education facility by Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The university is located in Suzhou, where the famous Taihu stone is unearthed. The design of the Administration Information Building was inspired by the porous nature of the stone due to long time of erosion. The pores and holes are transformed into a void structure with functional spaces linking up different programmes of the building. The voids also allow the building to respond to the users and surrounding context and turn it into a vessel for interaction. The different heights of voids also create a three-dimensional Suzhou garden within the building.
Crédit photo : Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Randen Arashiyama Station&nbsp;<br>Railway station by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Kyoto Arashiyama is named after arashi (storm) from Mt. Atago which beautifully blows cherry blossoms and maple leaves. Randen Arashiyama Station is located in central of Arashiyama and in opposite of Tenryuji-temple which is registered on the World Heritage List. We have made a soft, cozy and elegant lighting forest in such a special station with approx. 600 poles rapped with Kyoto Yuzen kimono fabrics. This lighting forest is a part of hospitality for both locals and visitors so that they will feel excited with special time’s start from the station.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : SEIRYO YAMADA, Randen Arashiyama Station, 2013.&nbsp;
Randen Arashiyama Station 
Railway station by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Kyoto Arashiyama is named after arashi (storm) from Mt. Atago which beautifully blows cherry blossoms and maple leaves. Randen Arashiyama Station is located in central of Arashiyama and in opposite of Tenryuji-temple which is registered on the World Heritage List. We have made a soft, cozy and elegant lighting forest in such a special station with approx. 600 poles rapped with Kyoto Yuzen kimono fabrics. This lighting forest is a part of hospitality for both locals and visitors so that they will feel excited with special time’s start from the station. 
Crédit photo : SEIRYO YAMADA, Randen Arashiyama Station, 2013. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  1967&nbsp;<br>Bar lounge by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>1967 is a stylish lounge where you feel relaxed as if visiting a stylish friend’s salon with a large garden lounge. Surrounded by green plants, you will forget you are in Roppongi, one of the busiest streets in Tokyo. When you enter the gorgeous and chic counter lounge, you will see the I counter along with the green plants, borderless between inside and outside, and hear the cool music. In four private rooms, each room has each artist’s works themed on 1960s. You can enjoy luxurious artworks as if you were visiting an art gallery. Various scenes have been set within a limited space in order to answer various guests’ requests. Above of all, 80% of the space is guest seats in garden up to 9PM. Along with getting excited towards midnight, the shutter will open and you will see total different and luxurious space has become a new and entertaining area.&nbsp;<br>  - Crédit photo : Nacasa &amp; Partners Inc., 1967, 2013<br>
1967 
Bar lounge by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
1967 is a stylish lounge where you feel relaxed as if visiting a stylish friend’s salon with a large garden lounge. Surrounded by green plants, you will forget you are in Roppongi, one of the busiest streets in Tokyo. When you enter the gorgeous and chic counter lounge, you will see the I counter along with the green plants, borderless between inside and outside, and hear the cool music. In four private rooms, each room has each artist’s works themed on 1960s. You can enjoy luxurious artworks as if you were visiting an art gallery. Various scenes have been set within a limited space in order to answer various guests’ requests. Above of all, 80% of the space is guest seats in garden up to 9PM. Along with getting excited towards midnight, the shutter will open and you will see total different and luxurious space has become a new and entertaining area. 
Crédit photo : Nacasa & Partners Inc., 1967, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - 1967&nbsp;<br>Bar lounge by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>1967 is a stylish lounge where you feel relaxed as if visiting a stylish friend’s salon with a large garden lounge. Surrounded by green plants, you will forget you are in Roppongi, one of the busiest streets in Tokyo. When you enter the gorgeous and chic counter lounge, you will see the I counter along with the green plants, borderless between inside and outside, and hear the cool music. In four private rooms, each room has each artist’s works themed on 1960s. You can enjoy luxurious artworks as if you were visiting an art gallery. Various scenes have been set within a limited space in order to answer various guests’ requests. Above of all, 80% of the space is guest seats in garden up to 9PM. Along with getting excited towards midnight, the shutter will open and you will see total different and luxurious space has become a new and entertaining area.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Nacasa &amp; Partners Inc., 1967, 2013
1967 
Bar lounge by GLAMOROUS co.,ltd.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
1967 is a stylish lounge where you feel relaxed as if visiting a stylish friend’s salon with a large garden lounge. Surrounded by green plants, you will forget you are in Roppongi, one of the busiest streets in Tokyo. When you enter the gorgeous and chic counter lounge, you will see the I counter along with the green plants, borderless between inside and outside, and hear the cool music. In four private rooms, each room has each artist’s works themed on 1960s. You can enjoy luxurious artworks as if you were visiting an art gallery. Various scenes have been set within a limited space in order to answer various guests’ requests. Above of all, 80% of the space is guest seats in garden up to 9PM. Along with getting excited towards midnight, the shutter will open and you will see total different and luxurious space has become a new and entertaining area. 
Crédit photo : Nacasa & Partners Inc., 1967, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Baan&nbsp;<br>Dinner set cupboard by Mr.Paitoon Keatkeereerut,Chawin Hanjing<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>"Baan" is a type of cupboard which is specifically designed for the purpose of dinner usage. The strengths and unique appearance is narrative that is related by function. There are several distinguishing features of cabinet systems. The different functions and features of cupboard that are separated by story, such as The Cutlery insert and Box of tissues are represented by fireplace and chimney. Furthermore, The wine glasses are represented by a chandelier and Dish rack is symbolized by the staircase. There are four main components of house whereby narrative ideas can be used to support daily life.  - Crédit photo : Paitoon Keateereerut,Supanee suriwong,BAAN,2013.
Baan 
Dinner set cupboard by Mr.Paitoon Keatkeereerut,Chawin Hanjing

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
"Baan" is a type of cupboard which is specifically designed for the purpose of dinner usage. The strengths and unique appearance is narrative that is related by function. There are several distinguishing features of cabinet systems. The different functions and features of cupboard that are separated by story, such as The Cutlery insert and Box of tissues are represented by fireplace and chimney. Furthermore, The wine glasses are represented by a chandelier and Dish rack is symbolized by the staircase. There are four main components of house whereby narrative ideas can be used to support daily life.
Crédit photo : Paitoon Keateereerut,Supanee suriwong,BAAN,2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Baan&nbsp;<br>Dinner set cupboard by Mr.Paitoon Keatkeereerut,Chawin Hanjing<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>"Baan" is a type of cupboard which is specifically designed for the purpose of dinner usage. The strengths and unique appearance is narrative that is related by function. There are several distinguishing features of cabinet systems. The different functions and features of cupboard that are separated by story, such as The Cutlery insert and Box of tissues are represented by fireplace and chimney. Furthermore, The wine glasses are represented by a chandelier and Dish rack is symbolized by the staircase. There are four main components of house whereby narrative ideas can be used to support daily life. - Crédit photo : Paitoon Keateereerut,Supanee suriwong,BAAN,2013.
Baan 
Dinner set cupboard by Mr.Paitoon Keatkeereerut,Chawin Hanjing

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
"Baan" is a type of cupboard which is specifically designed for the purpose of dinner usage. The strengths and unique appearance is narrative that is related by function. There are several distinguishing features of cabinet systems. The different functions and features of cupboard that are separated by story, such as The Cutlery insert and Box of tissues are represented by fireplace and chimney. Furthermore, The wine glasses are represented by a chandelier and Dish rack is symbolized by the staircase. There are four main components of house whereby narrative ideas can be used to support daily life.
Crédit photo : Paitoon Keateereerut,Supanee suriwong,BAAN,2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Tensegrity Space Frame Light&nbsp;<br>Lighting Structure by Michal Maciej Bartosik<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The tensegrity space frame light eliminates previous redundancies between light and structure in order to produce luminous form. Utilizing Snelson's structural discovery, appropriated and popularized by Buckminster Fuller as tensegrity, the light source and its electrical wire work mutually in compression and tension to produce a seemingly discontinuous field of light defined only by its inherent and modular structural logic.&nbsp;  - Crédit photo : Alex Earl Gray, 2013.
Tensegrity Space Frame Light 
Lighting Structure by Michal Maciej Bartosik

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The tensegrity space frame light eliminates previous redundancies between light and structure in order to produce luminous form. Utilizing Snelson's structural discovery, appropriated and popularized by Buckminster Fuller as tensegrity, the light source and its electrical wire work mutually in compression and tension to produce a seemingly discontinuous field of light defined only by its inherent and modular structural logic. 
Crédit photo : Alex Earl Gray, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Tensegrity Space Frame Light&nbsp;<br>Lighting Structure by Michal Maciej Bartosik<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The tensegrity space frame light eliminates previous redundancies between light and structure in order to produce luminous form. Utilizing Snelson's structural discovery, appropriated and popularized by Buckminster Fuller as tensegrity, the light source and its electrical wire work mutually in compression and tension to produce a seemingly discontinuous field of light defined only by its inherent and modular structural logic.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Alex Earl Gray, 2013.
Tensegrity Space Frame Light 
Lighting Structure by Michal Maciej Bartosik

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The tensegrity space frame light eliminates previous redundancies between light and structure in order to produce luminous form. Utilizing Snelson's structural discovery, appropriated and popularized by Buckminster Fuller as tensegrity, the light source and its electrical wire work mutually in compression and tension to produce a seemingly discontinuous field of light defined only by its inherent and modular structural logic. 
Crédit photo : Alex Earl Gray, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Seven Chakras&nbsp;<br>Multifunctional Experience Pavilion by Qiang Shen<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The variety of the space is the unique properties of this design. The space could be changed according to the variety of the functions. Such as a whole day lecture, a week of meditation, two weeks of tea art exhibition, three weeks of painting exhibition and a month of other kinds of exhibition and so on. The area of the space could be adjusted free according to the actual function.  - Crédit photo : shen-photo.com,2013.
Seven Chakras 
Multifunctional Experience Pavilion by Qiang Shen

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The variety of the space is the unique properties of this design. The space could be changed according to the variety of the functions. Such as a whole day lecture, a week of meditation, two weeks of tea art exhibition, three weeks of painting exhibition and a month of other kinds of exhibition and so on. The area of the space could be adjusted free according to the actual function.
Crédit photo : shen-photo.com,2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Seven Chakras&nbsp;<br>Multifunctional Experience Pavilion by Qiang Shen<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The variety of the space is the unique properties of this design. The space could be changed according to the variety of the functions. Such as a whole day lecture, a week of meditation, two weeks of tea art exhibition, three weeks of painting exhibition and a month of other kinds of exhibition and so on. The area of the space could be adjusted free according to the actual function. - Crédit photo : shen-photo.com,2013.
Seven Chakras 
Multifunctional Experience Pavilion by Qiang Shen

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The variety of the space is the unique properties of this design. The space could be changed according to the variety of the functions. Such as a whole day lecture, a week of meditation, two weeks of tea art exhibition, three weeks of painting exhibition and a month of other kinds of exhibition and so on. The area of the space could be adjusted free according to the actual function.
Crédit photo : shen-photo.com,2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Screen House&nbsp;<br>Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other.  - Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers, 2013.
Screen House 
Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners & Designers

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other.
Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners & Designers, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Screen House&nbsp;<br>Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other. - Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers, 2013.
Screen House 
Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners & Designers

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other.
Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners & Designers, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Screen House&nbsp;<br>Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other. - Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners &amp; Designers, 2013.
Screen House 
Eco Residential by Renaissance Planners & Designers

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The existing house was dark and poor cross ventilation. Therefore we propose a new concept to have large windows, but at the same time filtering the heat from the sun. The stairs acts as an airwell with a skylight and ventilation vents.Thus improving the air circulation in the house keeping it constantly cool. The screen on the external facade not only acts as shade from the sun but also giving privacy for the user as the neighbouring houses are built closely to each other.
Crédit photo : Renaissance Planners & Designers, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Architecture Factory&nbsp;<br>Cork Institute of Technology by Marc O Riain &amp; Neil Tobin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Architecture Factory is a third level education and learning space situated in a disused split-level warehouse. The brief was informed primarily by cost effective occupancy and the desire for studio pedagogy. The design avoided traditional subdivision of walls and ceilings; requiring sub divided servicing and expensive firewalls. 6 shipping containers function as lecturer's offices dividing the space it into open studios separated from a mezzanine by an open boulevard acting as an exploration-learning lab, an opportunistic exhibition space, and the main circulation. Creating a visually open connection between occupants to encourage interaction between peer groups. Below the mezzanine frameless glazing minimally delineate the recessed acoustic boundaries avoiding a long monolithic horizontal interior façade. The balcony anamorphically distorts the perspectival emphasis. First floor transparencies offer excitement and vista to the activities below. Green shipping containers, reuse embodied energy and radiate a chromatic energy within the space. Roof sections are serrated creating a repetitive texture angled southward for light and away from the mezzanine windows for privacy. The resulting textural composition creates differing cognate compositions depending on whether they are viewed from above or below. Open plan studios occupy parti spaces between geometric organizations of containers in un-partitioned relief. Dedicated work-spaces with wire shelving above, function as both storage and acoustic baffle. The 6 acoustically open offices and studios function intelligibility well. Enclosed seminar rooms below the mezzanine provide more acoustically private spaces for theory delivery and discussion. Student-to-student learning is a natural consequence. The industrial heritage of the building strongly influenced how the scheme aesthetic maintained the genius loci. The use of containers reflects the manufacturing process. The white and grey provides an interior canvas carefully refined to minimize complexity. Color proportionality and density emphasizes the containers but is sensitively balanced not to perceptively dominate the space.&nbsp;  - Crédit photo : Janice O Connell F22 Photography
Architecture Factory 
Cork Institute of Technology by Marc O Riain & Neil Tobin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Architecture Factory is a third level education and learning space situated in a disused split-level warehouse. The brief was informed primarily by cost effective occupancy and the desire for studio pedagogy. The design avoided traditional subdivision of walls and ceilings; requiring sub divided servicing and expensive firewalls. 6 shipping containers function as lecturer's offices dividing the space it into open studios separated from a mezzanine by an open boulevard acting as an exploration-learning lab, an opportunistic exhibition space, and the main circulation. Creating a visually open connection between occupants to encourage interaction between peer groups. Below the mezzanine frameless glazing minimally delineate the recessed acoustic boundaries avoiding a long monolithic horizontal interior façade. The balcony anamorphically distorts the perspectival emphasis. First floor transparencies offer excitement and vista to the activities below. Green shipping containers, reuse embodied energy and radiate a chromatic energy within the space. Roof sections are serrated creating a repetitive texture angled southward for light and away from the mezzanine windows for privacy. The resulting textural composition creates differing cognate compositions depending on whether they are viewed from above or below. Open plan studios occupy parti spaces between geometric organizations of containers in un-partitioned relief. Dedicated work-spaces with wire shelving above, function as both storage and acoustic baffle. The 6 acoustically open offices and studios function intelligibility well. Enclosed seminar rooms below the mezzanine provide more acoustically private spaces for theory delivery and discussion. Student-to-student learning is a natural consequence. The industrial heritage of the building strongly influenced how the scheme aesthetic maintained the genius loci. The use of containers reflects the manufacturing process. The white and grey provides an interior canvas carefully refined to minimize complexity. Color proportionality and density emphasizes the containers but is sensitively balanced not to perceptively dominate the space. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Architecture Factory&nbsp;<br>Cork Institute of Technology by Marc O Riain &amp; Neil Tobin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Architecture Factory is a third level education and learning space situated in a disused split-level warehouse. The brief was informed primarily by cost effective occupancy and the desire for studio pedagogy. The design avoided traditional subdivision of walls and ceilings; requiring sub divided servicing and expensive firewalls. 6 shipping containers function as lecturer's offices dividing the space it into open studios separated from a mezzanine by an open boulevard acting as an exploration-learning lab, an opportunistic exhibition space, and the main circulation. Creating a visually open connection between occupants to encourage interaction between peer groups. Below the mezzanine frameless glazing minimally delineate the recessed acoustic boundaries avoiding a long monolithic horizontal interior façade. The balcony anamorphically distorts the perspectival emphasis. First floor transparencies offer excitement and vista to the activities below. Green shipping containers, reuse embodied energy and radiate a chromatic energy within the space. Roof sections are serrated creating a repetitive texture angled southward for light and away from the mezzanine windows for privacy. The resulting textural composition creates differing cognate compositions depending on whether they are viewed from above or below. Open plan studios occupy parti spaces between geometric organizations of containers in un-partitioned relief. Dedicated work-spaces with wire shelving above, function as both storage and acoustic baffle. The 6 acoustically open offices and studios function intelligibility well. Enclosed seminar rooms below the mezzanine provide more acoustically private spaces for theory delivery and discussion. Student-to-student learning is a natural consequence. The industrial heritage of the building strongly influenced how the scheme aesthetic maintained the genius loci. The use of containers reflects the manufacturing process. The white and grey provides an interior canvas carefully refined to minimize complexity. Color proportionality and density emphasizes the containers but is sensitively balanced not to perceptively dominate the space.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Janice O Connell F22 Photography
Architecture Factory 
Cork Institute of Technology by Marc O Riain & Neil Tobin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Architecture Factory is a third level education and learning space situated in a disused split-level warehouse. The brief was informed primarily by cost effective occupancy and the desire for studio pedagogy. The design avoided traditional subdivision of walls and ceilings; requiring sub divided servicing and expensive firewalls. 6 shipping containers function as lecturer's offices dividing the space it into open studios separated from a mezzanine by an open boulevard acting as an exploration-learning lab, an opportunistic exhibition space, and the main circulation. Creating a visually open connection between occupants to encourage interaction between peer groups. Below the mezzanine frameless glazing minimally delineate the recessed acoustic boundaries avoiding a long monolithic horizontal interior façade. The balcony anamorphically distorts the perspectival emphasis. First floor transparencies offer excitement and vista to the activities below. Green shipping containers, reuse embodied energy and radiate a chromatic energy within the space. Roof sections are serrated creating a repetitive texture angled southward for light and away from the mezzanine windows for privacy. The resulting textural composition creates differing cognate compositions depending on whether they are viewed from above or below. Open plan studios occupy parti spaces between geometric organizations of containers in un-partitioned relief. Dedicated work-spaces with wire shelving above, function as both storage and acoustic baffle. The 6 acoustically open offices and studios function intelligibility well. Enclosed seminar rooms below the mezzanine provide more acoustically private spaces for theory delivery and discussion. Student-to-student learning is a natural consequence. The industrial heritage of the building strongly influenced how the scheme aesthetic maintained the genius loci. The use of containers reflects the manufacturing process. The white and grey provides an interior canvas carefully refined to minimize complexity. Color proportionality and density emphasizes the containers but is sensitively balanced not to perceptively dominate the space. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA)&nbsp;<br>Performing arts centre &amp; mediatheque by Ingarden &amp; Ewý Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here.  - Crédit photo : Marcin Czechowicz / MURATOR ©, 201
Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA) 
Performing arts centre & mediatheque by Ingarden & Ewý Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA)&nbsp;<br>Performing arts centre &amp; mediatheque by Ingarden &amp; Ewý Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here. - Crédit photo : Marcin Czechowicz / MURATOR ©, 201
Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA) 
Performing arts centre & mediatheque by Ingarden & Ewý Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA)&nbsp;<br>Performing arts centre &amp; mediatheque by Ingarden &amp; Ewý Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here. - Crédit photo : Marcin Czechowicz / MURATOR ©, 201
Malopolska Garden of Arts (MGA) 
Performing arts centre & mediatheque by Ingarden & Ewý Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The building of MGA introduced new spatial order to the old backyards and ruined buildings in Rajska and Szujskiego streets in Krakow. The starting point was a multifunctional hall, which was entered into the outline of the old, 19th-century horse-riding arena, used in the last years of its history as workshops and storage space for the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre in Kraków. The Małopolska Garden of Arts is a cross between two institutions: the Juliusz Słowacki Theatre and the Malopolska Voivodeship Library. The wing on Szujskiego street holds a modern art and media library, with multimedia books and music, while the section standing on Rajska street has been developed by the theatre, and is equipped with a multifunctional events hall. The new hall – operating, as a studio theatre, conference room, concert hall, and venue for banquets and exhibitions – holds retractable stages for 300 people. State-of-the-art stage technology is present overhead: fixed on hoists and cranes to the steel ceiling girders. This allows dramas and concerts to be performed, and exhibitions, film screenings, symposiums, conferences, art auctions, fashion shows, and many more events to be held. Altogether, the space of about 4300 sq.m houses a theatre together with a cosy cinema with 98 seats, a café, and premises for the organisation of educational, art-related activities. Honing the form, the architects focused on interaction with the future recipients, which is why the entire spatial form of the symbolic, openwork roofing raised over the garden from the side of Rajska Street – though not functioning as an actual roof – is there to transport the gateway to the stage out onto the street. In this way, the building delicately nudges passers-by with the skilful manipulation of the form, already at first glance giving the onlooker the impression of going beyond the borders of a garden, where culture is grown in evenly planted rows. Further proof of the sophisticated play with the space is the garden itself. Imitating flower beds, the equal bands with low greens are a metaphor of a garden: as much as the architects could afford here. A notable fact is that historically “ulica Rajska” – literally “Paradise Street” – led to the Garden of Paradise, which was later replaced by the developments of the Tobacco Works. The final impact is the result of the designers’ sensitivity to signals coming from the environment. For example, the opening in the perforated roof of the garden was formed, especially for the maple tree that grows there. In this place, the cultural life of the Kraków’s young artistic set will blossom under a shared roof. Modern ballet, contemporary theatre forms, audio and video arts, concerts, and all and any other artistic pursuits will find their home here.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Google Campus Dublin&nbsp;<br>Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>In June 2013, Google Ireland opened the doors to its thriving new campus: Four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district. With over 47000 m2 of unique office space, the Campus represents the Google EU Head-quarters and serves as the centre for sales and finances in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA). - Crédit photo :  Peter Würmli
Google Campus Dublin 
Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
In June 2013, Google Ireland opened the doors to its thriving new campus: Four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district. With over 47000 m2 of unique office space, the Campus represents the Google EU Head-quarters and serves as the centre for sales and finances in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Crédit photo : Peter Würmli
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours -  Google Campus Dublin&nbsp;<br>Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>In June 2013, Google Ireland opened the doors to its thriving new campus: Four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district. With over 47000 m2 of unique office space, the Campus represents the Google EU Head-quarters and serves as the centre for sales and finances in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).  - Crédit photo : Peter Würmli<br>
Google Campus Dublin 
Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
In June 2013, Google Ireland opened the doors to its thriving new campus: Four buildings located in the heart of Dublin’s historic docklands district. With over 47000 m2 of unique office space, the Campus represents the Google EU Head-quarters and serves as the centre for sales and finances in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA).
Crédit photo : Peter Würmli
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - TAKEMOTO Japanese Restaurant - by Arthur Wing Fat Chan<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>A new theatrical dining experience cross-over traditional Japanese cuisine. The restaurant contains a “thirty people open dining area” and “eleven VIP rooms” .The open dining area and stage like food bar were surrounded by an illuminated uplight glass walk path which made the centre stage as a statement. Natural bamboo ceiling feature with directional spot lights in a dark color open ceiling is another dramatic element to the main theme and helps drawing attention to the centre. VIP rooms were visually connected through a wood frame sliding door inserted with an engraved sandblasted glass panel of traditional fabric weaving pattern. Combination of different shades of neutral warm tone gives a rustic outlook while dark color wood made it contrasting. Natural wood and stone finishes from smooth to heavy texture together with stage lighting effect to create layers of color shade and depth. - Crédit photo : Arthur Wing Fat Chan, 2013.<br>
TAKEMOTO Japanese Restaurant - by Arthur Wing Fat Chan

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A new theatrical dining experience cross-over traditional Japanese cuisine. The restaurant contains a “thirty people open dining area” and “eleven VIP rooms” .The open dining area and stage like food bar were surrounded by an illuminated uplight glass walk path which made the centre stage as a statement. Natural bamboo ceiling feature with directional spot lights in a dark color open ceiling is another dramatic element to the main theme and helps drawing attention to the centre. VIP rooms were visually connected through a wood frame sliding door inserted with an engraved sandblasted glass panel of traditional fabric weaving pattern. Combination of different shades of neutral warm tone gives a rustic outlook while dark color wood made it contrasting. Natural wood and stone finishes from smooth to heavy texture together with stage lighting effect to create layers of color shade and depth.
Crédit photo : Arthur Wing Fat Chan, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Opx2&nbsp;<br>Optic Installation by Jonathon Anderson<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>OPX2 is made of 8000 aluminum rods 15cm in length and 1.5mm in diameter. 3D printing technology was used to fabricate each of the 2000 connections making it possible to aggregate the structure by holding each rod at an exact angle. The modularity of parts allows for Opx2 to expand and contract to any size. The photos represent a structure that is 2m x 2m x 2m and assembled with a violet gradient of connection parts. - Crédit photo : Jonathon Anderson , 2013.
Opx2 
Optic Installation by Jonathon Anderson

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
OPX2 is made of 8000 aluminum rods 15cm in length and 1.5mm in diameter. 3D printing technology was used to fabricate each of the 2000 connections making it possible to aggregate the structure by holding each rod at an exact angle. The modularity of parts allows for Opx2 to expand and contract to any size. The photos represent a structure that is 2m x 2m x 2m and assembled with a violet gradient of connection parts.
Crédit photo : Jonathon Anderson , 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Una&nbsp;<br>Side Table by Conor McDonald<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>the grace and simplicity of the una are achieved by capitalizing on the inherent strength and flexibility of plywood and the tension achieved through precise design considerations. the strength of the plywood affords volume and structure to the base. its flexibility and resulting tension allow the glass surface to be incorporated. by using traditional materials and manufacturing techniques in an untraditional way, una defines its own space without being foreign, both embracing and challenging the basic principles of design.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Conor McDonald, 2013.
Una 
Side Table by Conor McDonald

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
the grace and simplicity of the una are achieved by capitalizing on the inherent strength and flexibility of plywood and the tension achieved through precise design considerations. the strength of the plywood affords volume and structure to the base. its flexibility and resulting tension allow the glass surface to be incorporated. by using traditional materials and manufacturing techniques in an untraditional way, una defines its own space without being foreign, both embracing and challenging the basic principles of design. 
Crédit photo : Conor McDonald, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Rough Chic&nbsp;<br>Kitchen Cabinet Door Material by Miralis<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>This product enhances the features and characteristics of wood altered by the seasons. It is textured like barn wood. The beauty of this product lies in the details of a perfectly textured wood and the authenticity of each natural characteristic cleverly revealed such as knots, cracks, spalted wood, grub holes, termite holes and/or natural splinters. This design is available in 2 different model (slab and shaker) and six different colours including natural. This product allows designers to perfectly align the rough and the chic.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Miralis and Pixi Studio&nbsp;
Rough Chic 
Kitchen Cabinet Door Material by Miralis

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
This product enhances the features and characteristics of wood altered by the seasons. It is textured like barn wood. The beauty of this product lies in the details of a perfectly textured wood and the authenticity of each natural characteristic cleverly revealed such as knots, cracks, spalted wood, grub holes, termite holes and/or natural splinters. This design is available in 2 different model (slab and shaker) and six different colours including natural. This product allows designers to perfectly align the rough and the chic. 
Crédit photo : Miralis and Pixi Studio 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Piano&nbsp;<br>Design Switch by David Dos Santos<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>After an intense process of brainstorming, developing and hard work, Belgian design company Lithoss is proud to officially present a complete new range of Designed Switches: PIANO. A switch in the house is usually not considered as important in an interior design. But if you take a look at the PIANO switch, Lithoss is pretty sure you will agree that this switch provides beautiful and futuristic décor to any room. It’s been designed to look like soft piano keys you want to touch. The PIANO is frameless, minimalistic, futuristic and simple.<br> - Crédit photo : David Dos Santos, 2013.<br>
Piano 
Design Switch by David Dos Santos

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
After an intense process of brainstorming, developing and hard work, Belgian design company Lithoss is proud to officially present a complete new range of Designed Switches: PIANO. A switch in the house is usually not considered as important in an interior design. But if you take a look at the PIANO switch, Lithoss is pretty sure you will agree that this switch provides beautiful and futuristic décor to any room. It’s been designed to look like soft piano keys you want to touch. The PIANO is frameless, minimalistic, futuristic and simple.
Crédit photo : David Dos Santos, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Nessie, a monster of rock.&nbsp;<br>Urban Bench by George Drakakis<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Based n a concept idea of "Drop &amp; Forget", that is, easy on site installation, Robust concrete design along with the possibility to have different set-up based on the population of the basic unit.<br> - Crédit photo : George Drakakis, 2013.
Nessie, a monster of rock. 
Urban Bench by George Drakakis

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Based n a concept idea of "Drop & Forget", that is, easy on site installation, Robust concrete design along with the possibility to have different set-up based on the population of the basic unit.
Crédit photo : George Drakakis, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Qadem Hooks&nbsp;<br>Console by May Khoury<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Qadem Hooks is an art piece with a console function inspired by nature. It is composed of different painted green old hooks, which were used together with the Qadem (an old wooden mule's saddle back) for transporting wheat from one village to another.The hooks are attached to an old wheat thresher board, used to crush the wheat,as a base and finished with a glass panel on top.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : May Khoury, 2013.
Qadem Hooks 
Console by May Khoury

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Qadem Hooks is an art piece with a console function inspired by nature. It is composed of different painted green old hooks, which were used together with the Qadem (an old wooden mule's saddle back) for transporting wheat from one village to another.The hooks are attached to an old wheat thresher board, used to crush the wheat,as a base and finished with a glass panel on top. 
Crédit photo : May Khoury, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Meduse Experience&nbsp;<br>Shisha, Hookah, Nargile by Jakub Lanca<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>• Key aim is to offer demanding smoker additional value into very traditional concept, which smoking of water pipe for centuries is. • In time where there was no other shisha than traditional one I wanted to make shisha concept in absolutely new way, in the best quality and perfection (like driving Lamborghini car) • Use of unique fruit &amp; tobacco coctails. Form is designed to prepare shisha with real fruit pieces - coctail in glass corpus - has never been done before. This enhance the experience not only visually, but it also strongly affects the final taste. Some of cocktails is dynamicly changes their taste during smoking session. • the unique experience from smoking is supported among others also by lights reacting on audio signals (bass-mids-highs) • lot of inovative functional parts • variability of 1 to 3 hoses made of quality food grade silicone with or without noble stainless steel wire braid. All kinds of hoses are washable. • two kinds of tobacco heads (8g, 25g) • custom-made connectors with glass socket joints equipped with swivel • a simple system of check valves and an air exchange valve • different sizes 25cm, 50cm, 65cm, 70cm, 75cm, 85cm, 95cm, 100cm operational in different aplications • only noble, durable and harmless to heath materials are used in production • a special system of upper and lower stainless steel filters was developed for the placement of tobacco and charcoal instead of using a tin foil, it is healthier, easier for handling and it does not affect the overall design of the shisha pipe • more variants of illumination (LED strip, LASER, RGB), audio reacting and colour changing module • transport bags for easy transport • huge portfolio of accessories for easy B2B everyday service, handling and maintenance (like a serving table etc.) • intelectual property protection: design patents and trade marks ...etc.... 1) The Craft Collection: http://bit.ly/Y95xko 2) The Sepia Collection: http://bit.ly/Zk1HXe 3) The Nautila collection: http://bit.ly/10CCjwG&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Jakub Lanca, 2013
Meduse Experience 
Shisha, Hookah, Nargile by Jakub Lanca

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
• Key aim is to offer demanding smoker additional value into very traditional concept, which smoking of water pipe for centuries is. • In time where there was no other shisha than traditional one I wanted to make shisha concept in absolutely new way, in the best quality and perfection (like driving Lamborghini car) • Use of unique fruit & tobacco coctails. Form is designed to prepare shisha with real fruit pieces - coctail in glass corpus - has never been done before. This enhance the experience not only visually, but it also strongly affects the final taste. Some of cocktails is dynamicly changes their taste during smoking session. • the unique experience from smoking is supported among others also by lights reacting on audio signals (bass-mids-highs) • lot of inovative functional parts • variability of 1 to 3 hoses made of quality food grade silicone with or without noble stainless steel wire braid. All kinds of hoses are washable. • two kinds of tobacco heads (8g, 25g) • custom-made connectors with glass socket joints equipped with swivel • a simple system of check valves and an air exchange valve • different sizes 25cm, 50cm, 65cm, 70cm, 75cm, 85cm, 95cm, 100cm operational in different aplications • only noble, durable and harmless to heath materials are used in production • a special system of upper and lower stainless steel filters was developed for the placement of tobacco and charcoal instead of using a tin foil, it is healthier, easier for handling and it does not affect the overall design of the shisha pipe • more variants of illumination (LED strip, LASER, RGB), audio reacting and colour changing module • transport bags for easy transport • huge portfolio of accessories for easy B2B everyday service, handling and maintenance (like a serving table etc.) • intelectual property protection: design patents and trade marks ...etc.... 1) The Craft Collection: http://bit.ly/Y95xko 2) The Sepia Collection: http://bit.ly/Zk1HXe 3) The Nautila collection: http://bit.ly/10CCjwG 
Crédit photo : Jakub Lanca, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Meduse Experience&nbsp;<br>Shisha, Hookah, Nargile by Jakub Lanca<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>• Key aim is to offer demanding smoker additional value into very traditional concept, which smoking of water pipe for centuries is. • In time where there was no other shisha than traditional one I wanted to make shisha concept in absolutely new way, in the best quality and perfection (like driving Lamborghini car) • Use of unique fruit &amp; tobacco coctails. Form is designed to prepare shisha with real fruit pieces - coctail in glass corpus - has never been done before. This enhance the experience not only visually, but it also strongly affects the final taste. Some of cocktails is dynamicly changes their taste during smoking session. • the unique experience from smoking is supported among others also by lights reacting on audio signals (bass-mids-highs) • lot of inovative functional parts • variability of 1 to 3 hoses made of quality food grade silicone with or without noble stainless steel wire braid. All kinds of hoses are washable. • two kinds of tobacco heads (8g, 25g) • custom-made connectors with glass socket joints equipped with swivel • a simple system of check valves and an air exchange valve • different sizes 25cm, 50cm, 65cm, 70cm, 75cm, 85cm, 95cm, 100cm operational in different aplications • only noble, durable and harmless to heath materials are used in production • a special system of upper and lower stainless steel filters was developed for the placement of tobacco and charcoal instead of using a tin foil, it is healthier, easier for handling and it does not affect the overall design of the shisha pipe • more variants of illumination (LED strip, LASER, RGB), audio reacting and colour changing module • transport bags for easy transport • huge portfolio of accessories for easy B2B everyday service, handling and maintenance (like a serving table etc.) • intelectual property protection: design patents and trade marks ...etc.... 1) The Craft Collection: http://bit.ly/Y95xko 2) The Sepia Collection: http://bit.ly/Zk1HXe 3) The Nautila collection: http://bit.ly/10CCjwG&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Jakub Lanca, 2013
Meduse Experience 
Shisha, Hookah, Nargile by Jakub Lanca

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
• Key aim is to offer demanding smoker additional value into very traditional concept, which smoking of water pipe for centuries is. • In time where there was no other shisha than traditional one I wanted to make shisha concept in absolutely new way, in the best quality and perfection (like driving Lamborghini car) • Use of unique fruit & tobacco coctails. Form is designed to prepare shisha with real fruit pieces - coctail in glass corpus - has never been done before. This enhance the experience not only visually, but it also strongly affects the final taste. Some of cocktails is dynamicly changes their taste during smoking session. • the unique experience from smoking is supported among others also by lights reacting on audio signals (bass-mids-highs) • lot of inovative functional parts • variability of 1 to 3 hoses made of quality food grade silicone with or without noble stainless steel wire braid. All kinds of hoses are washable. • two kinds of tobacco heads (8g, 25g) • custom-made connectors with glass socket joints equipped with swivel • a simple system of check valves and an air exchange valve • different sizes 25cm, 50cm, 65cm, 70cm, 75cm, 85cm, 95cm, 100cm operational in different aplications • only noble, durable and harmless to heath materials are used in production • a special system of upper and lower stainless steel filters was developed for the placement of tobacco and charcoal instead of using a tin foil, it is healthier, easier for handling and it does not affect the overall design of the shisha pipe • more variants of illumination (LED strip, LASER, RGB), audio reacting and colour changing module • transport bags for easy transport • huge portfolio of accessories for easy B2B everyday service, handling and maintenance (like a serving table etc.) • intelectual property protection: design patents and trade marks ...etc.... 1) The Craft Collection: http://bit.ly/Y95xko 2) The Sepia Collection: http://bit.ly/Zk1HXe 3) The Nautila collection: http://bit.ly/10CCjwG 
Crédit photo : Jakub Lanca, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Up&nbsp;<br>Bathroom Collection by Emanuele Pangrazi<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Up, bathroom collection designed by Emanuele Pangrazi, shows how a simple concept can generate innovation. The initial idea is to improve the comfort slightly tilting the seating plane of the sanitary. This idea turned into the main design theme and it is present in all the elements of the collection. The main theme and the strict geometric relationships give the collection a contemporary style in line with European taste.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Emanuele Pangrazi, 2013.
Up 
Bathroom Collection by Emanuele Pangrazi

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Up, bathroom collection designed by Emanuele Pangrazi, shows how a simple concept can generate innovation. The initial idea is to improve the comfort slightly tilting the seating plane of the sanitary. This idea turned into the main design theme and it is present in all the elements of the collection. The main theme and the strict geometric relationships give the collection a contemporary style in line with European taste. 
Crédit photo : Emanuele Pangrazi, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong&nbsp;<br>Retail, Installation by Cheungvogl Architects<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Cheungvogl Architects have imbued the exhibition space with a similar delicate luminosity. Breaking down the elements of shelves, eight hundred resin boxes are arranged atop steel rods of varying lengths, creating the sense that each box is ascending at its own pace, as if being drawn upward by an invisible thread. Some boxes hold Aesop formulations while others are designed to reward visitors' curiosity through unexpected sound, scent and touch.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Cheungvogl Architects, 2013.<br>
Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong 
Retail, Installation by Cheungvogl Architects

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Cheungvogl Architects have imbued the exhibition space with a similar delicate luminosity. Breaking down the elements of shelves, eight hundred resin boxes are arranged atop steel rods of varying lengths, creating the sense that each box is ascending at its own pace, as if being drawn upward by an invisible thread. Some boxes hold Aesop formulations while others are designed to reward visitors' curiosity through unexpected sound, scent and touch. 
Crédit photo : Cheungvogl Architects, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Only Right Here&nbsp;<br>Knife holder by Alan Saga<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The product's concept lies in the fusion of bullfighting and a kitchenware. It's derived of a thorough analysis of Mexican and international cultural mores. The piece works like a knife holder, which has a multifaceted and geometric aesthetic.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Nydia Lilian, 2014
Only Right Here 
Knife holder by Alan Saga

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The product's concept lies in the fusion of bullfighting and a kitchenware. It's derived of a thorough analysis of Mexican and international cultural mores. The piece works like a knife holder, which has a multifaceted and geometric aesthetic. 
Crédit photo : Nydia Lilian, 2014
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Duna Loungechair&nbsp;<br>Lounge Chair by Mula Preta Design<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Designed after the organic profile of dunes surrounding Natal, the armchair is made of certified wood, finished with freijó, a typically Brazilian wood which also casts colour variances of regional sands. Aside from being light, this sculptural piece allies technology and art. - Crédit photo : Ramón Vasconcelos Photographer
Duna Loungechair 
Lounge Chair by Mula Preta Design

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Designed after the organic profile of dunes surrounding Natal, the armchair is made of certified wood, finished with freijó, a typically Brazilian wood which also casts colour variances of regional sands. Aside from being light, this sculptural piece allies technology and art.
Crédit photo : Ramón Vasconcelos Photographer
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - De Kang Club&nbsp;<br>Commercial Space by Yong Cai Huang<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Dekang is a SPA and entertainment one of the commercial projects. Background Analysis: the rapid development of China's urbanization progress, the data show: In the 30 years of reform and opening to increase more than 500 million urban population, which means the energy shortage and environmental broken, fast paced city life of human beings and human communication has become extravagant demands. Therefore: Dekang design concept will be located in "urban landscape" as the basic clue to respond to the demands of modern urban life. - Crédit photo : Yong Cai Huang, 2013.
De Kang Club 
Commercial Space by Yong Cai Huang

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Dekang is a SPA and entertainment one of the commercial projects. Background Analysis: the rapid development of China's urbanization progress, the data show: In the 30 years of reform and opening to increase more than 500 million urban population, which means the energy shortage and environmental broken, fast paced city life of human beings and human communication has become extravagant demands. Therefore: Dekang design concept will be located in "urban landscape" as the basic clue to respond to the demands of modern urban life.
Crédit photo : Yong Cai Huang, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Multimedia exhibition Lsx20&nbsp;<br>Exhibition design by Design studio H2E<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>A multimedia exposition is devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the national currency lats, and its purpose is to show banknotes and coins, the authors and their creative work. The central axis of a pencil, a common tool for artists, is lead or graphite. Graphite structure is represented by the exhibition exposition elements. - Crédit photo : Design studio H2E, 2013.
Multimedia exhibition Lsx20 
Exhibition design by Design studio H2E

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A multimedia exposition is devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the national currency lats, and its purpose is to show banknotes and coins, the authors and their creative work. The central axis of a pencil, a common tool for artists, is lead or graphite. Graphite structure is represented by the exhibition exposition elements.
Crédit photo : Design studio H2E, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Multimedia exhibition Lsx20&nbsp;<br>Exhibition design by Design studio H2E<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>A multimedia exposition is devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the national currency lats, and its purpose is to show banknotes and coins, the authors and their creative work. The central axis of a pencil, a common tool for artists, is lead or graphite. Graphite structure is represented by the exhibition exposition elements. - Crédit photo : Design studio H2E, 2013.
Multimedia exhibition Lsx20 
Exhibition design by Design studio H2E

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
A multimedia exposition is devoted to the 20th anniversary of the reintroduction of the national currency lats, and its purpose is to show banknotes and coins, the authors and their creative work. The central axis of a pencil, a common tool for artists, is lead or graphite. Graphite structure is represented by the exhibition exposition elements.
Crédit photo : Design studio H2E, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - School of Technology&nbsp;<br>Higher Education Institution by Nuno Montenegro<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The key feature of this building is the massive portico that floats over the school gardens. The result is achieved in one of the largest concrete structures in the world.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Fernando Guerra FG+SG Architectural Photography
School of Technology 
Higher Education Institution by Nuno Montenegro

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The key feature of this building is the massive portico that floats over the school gardens. The result is achieved in one of the largest concrete structures in the world. 
Crédit photo : Fernando Guerra FG+SG Architectural Photography
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - note et silence. mint Kobe&nbsp;<br>Retail by Shin Takahashi / Specialnormal<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>note et silence is a select shop, which newly opened in Kobe, a port city in Kansai area. Based on the idea of Stage Setting, we aimed to create a versatile space and we made a box shaped wall, which can be moved to a certain extent. If the box is placed near the entrance, it creates a corridor and the space becomes very aggressive atmosphere. If it is placed at the back of the shop, it creates a bigger space within the shop. With the effect of the box, the shop space can be configured for different scenes like a gallery.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Koichi Torimura
note et silence. mint Kobe 
Retail by Shin Takahashi / Specialnormal

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
note et silence is a select shop, which newly opened in Kobe, a port city in Kansai area. Based on the idea of Stage Setting, we aimed to create a versatile space and we made a box shaped wall, which can be moved to a certain extent. If the box is placed near the entrance, it creates a corridor and the space becomes very aggressive atmosphere. If it is placed at the back of the shop, it creates a bigger space within the shop. With the effect of the box, the shop space can be configured for different scenes like a gallery. 
Crédit photo : Koichi Torimura
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - note et silence. mint Kobe&nbsp;<br>Retail by Shin Takahashi / Specialnormal<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>note et silence is a select shop, which newly opened in Kobe, a port city in Kansai area. Based on the idea of Stage Setting, we aimed to create a versatile space and we made a box shaped wall, which can be moved to a certain extent. If the box is placed near the entrance, it creates a corridor and the space becomes very aggressive atmosphere. If it is placed at the back of the shop, it creates a bigger space within the shop. With the effect of the box, the shop space can be configured for different scenes like a gallery.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Koichi Torimura
note et silence. mint Kobe 
Retail by Shin Takahashi / Specialnormal

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
note et silence is a select shop, which newly opened in Kobe, a port city in Kansai area. Based on the idea of Stage Setting, we aimed to create a versatile space and we made a box shaped wall, which can be moved to a certain extent. If the box is placed near the entrance, it creates a corridor and the space becomes very aggressive atmosphere. If it is placed at the back of the shop, it creates a bigger space within the shop. With the effect of the box, the shop space can be configured for different scenes like a gallery. 
Crédit photo : Koichi Torimura
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Anti-Loneliness Ramen Bowl - by Daisuke Nagatomo &amp; Minnie Jan<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The double layered ceramic bowl can keep the hot soup nice and warm, and it won’t be too hot to hold.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : MisoSoupDesign
Anti-Loneliness Ramen Bowl - by Daisuke Nagatomo & Minnie Jan

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The double layered ceramic bowl can keep the hot soup nice and warm, and it won’t be too hot to hold. 
Crédit photo : MisoSoupDesign
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - miscea KITCHEN&nbsp;<br>Sensor Faucet by miscea GmbH<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The miscea KITCHEN system is the world’s first truly touchless multi-liquid dispensing faucet. It combines two dispensers and a faucet into one unique and easy to use system, eliminating clutter around kitchen. A variety of high quality soaps, lotions, detergents and disinfectants can be used with the system. It features the fastest and most reliable sensor technology available on the market to readily and accurately respond to hand movements. Water volume is controlled using the smooth round water flow controller. An elegantly modern design together with a host of new benefits and conveniences, the miscea KITCHEN will certainly enhance any kitchen interior. - Crédit photo : miscea GmbH
miscea KITCHEN 
Sensor Faucet by miscea GmbH

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The miscea KITCHEN system is the world’s first truly touchless multi-liquid dispensing faucet. It combines two dispensers and a faucet into one unique and easy to use system, eliminating clutter around kitchen. A variety of high quality soaps, lotions, detergents and disinfectants can be used with the system. It features the fastest and most reliable sensor technology available on the market to readily and accurately respond to hand movements. Water volume is controlled using the smooth round water flow controller. An elegantly modern design together with a host of new benefits and conveniences, the miscea KITCHEN will certainly enhance any kitchen interior.
Crédit photo : miscea GmbH
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Koza Ipek Loft&nbsp;<br>Student Dormitory by Craft312 Studio<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>With an area of 8000 m2 with a capacity of 240 beds is designed as a student guesthouse and youth centre, Koza Ipek Loft project was completed in May 2013.In general, guesthouse entry, youth centre access, a restaurant, a conference room and foyer, study halls, rooms, and administrative offices in multiples of 12 storey building consisting of an innovative, modern and comfortable living spaces have been designed. Rooms for 2 people in the core cells arranged by according to each floor, two compartments and a 24 person use. - Crédit photo : Craft312 Studio, 2013.
Koza Ipek Loft 
Student Dormitory by Craft312 Studio

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
With an area of 8000 m2 with a capacity of 240 beds is designed as a student guesthouse and youth centre, Koza Ipek Loft project was completed in May 2013.In general, guesthouse entry, youth centre access, a restaurant, a conference room and foyer, study halls, rooms, and administrative offices in multiples of 12 storey building consisting of an innovative, modern and comfortable living spaces have been designed. Rooms for 2 people in the core cells arranged by according to each floor, two compartments and a 24 person use.
Crédit photo : Craft312 Studio, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Koza Ipek Loft&nbsp;<br>Student Dormitory by Craft312 Studio<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>With an area of 8000 m2 with a capacity of 240 beds is designed as a student guesthouse and youth centre, Koza Ipek Loft project was completed in May 2013.In general, guesthouse entry, youth centre access, a restaurant, a conference room and foyer, study halls, rooms, and administrative offices in multiples of 12 storey building consisting of an innovative, modern and comfortable living spaces have been designed. Rooms for 2 people in the core cells arranged by according to each floor, two compartments and a 24 person use. - Crédit photo : Craft312 Studio, 2013.
Koza Ipek Loft 
Student Dormitory by Craft312 Studio

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
With an area of 8000 m2 with a capacity of 240 beds is designed as a student guesthouse and youth centre, Koza Ipek Loft project was completed in May 2013.In general, guesthouse entry, youth centre access, a restaurant, a conference room and foyer, study halls, rooms, and administrative offices in multiples of 12 storey building consisting of an innovative, modern and comfortable living spaces have been designed. Rooms for 2 people in the core cells arranged by according to each floor, two compartments and a 24 person use.
Crédit photo : Craft312 Studio, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Barbecue&nbsp;<br>Stool by Ginevra Grilz<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Barbecue stool (Vessel Collection) is the expression of a design based on the philosophy of dematerialisation. All the structure is completely disassembled and each element that composes it is identifiable and traceable to its original state.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Matteo Carassale
Barbecue 
Stool by Ginevra Grilz

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Barbecue stool (Vessel Collection) is the expression of a design based on the philosophy of dematerialisation. All the structure is completely disassembled and each element that composes it is identifiable and traceable to its original state. 
Crédit photo : Matteo Carassale
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Barbecue&nbsp;<br>Stool by Ginevra Grilz<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Barbecue stool (Vessel Collection) is the expression of a design based on the philosophy of dematerialisation. All the structure is completely disassembled and each element that composes it is identifiable and traceable to its original state.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Matteo Carassale
Barbecue 
Stool by Ginevra Grilz

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Barbecue stool (Vessel Collection) is the expression of a design based on the philosophy of dematerialisation. All the structure is completely disassembled and each element that composes it is identifiable and traceable to its original state. 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - FLUX table<br>Table by Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy from Studio INTEGRATE have created “Flux Table” within their exploration of fusing the legacy of Islamic art with contemporary modes of computation. The intricate geometry and pattern of this table is derived from a basic "Toranj", a mathematical pattern used in Iranian Architecture; from which a smooth transition between two layers of strict geometric pattern is constructed. The generated form is manufactured using digital fabrication technologies.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Angus Leedley Brown, Mehran Gharleghi, Amin Sadeghi and Diana Araya&nbsp;
FLUX table
Table by Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Mehran Gharleghi and Amin Sadeghy from Studio INTEGRATE have created “Flux Table” within their exploration of fusing the legacy of Islamic art with contemporary modes of computation. The intricate geometry and pattern of this table is derived from a basic "Toranj", a mathematical pattern used in Iranian Architecture; from which a smooth transition between two layers of strict geometric pattern is constructed. The generated form is manufactured using digital fabrication technologies. 
Crédit photo : Angus Leedley Brown, Mehran Gharleghi, Amin Sadeghi and Diana Araya 
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - M Lamp&nbsp;<br>Lamp by David Irwin<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The M lamp is a wireless task light that can be transported anywhere within the home, office and in between. It stands at 9", projects up to 250 Lumens of warm light from its movable head. This is approximately equivalent to a 40 watt incandescent bulb. The advanced technology battery included in the fixture will provide illumination from 6 to 72 hours based on the light level being used. - Crédit photo : David Irwin, Mark Slater Photography, M Lamp, 2012
M Lamp 
Lamp by David Irwin

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The M lamp is a wireless task light that can be transported anywhere within the home, office and in between. It stands at 9", projects up to 250 Lumens of warm light from its movable head. This is approximately equivalent to a 40 watt incandescent bulb. The advanced technology battery included in the fixture will provide illumination from 6 to 72 hours based on the light level being used.
Crédit photo : David Irwin, Mark Slater Photography, M Lamp, 2012
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Obliqua Design Roberto Innocenti&nbsp;<br>Shower system by Rubinetterie Zazzeri SpA<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Obliqua, designed by Roberto Innocenti, is a new design shower by Zazzeri, which has a vertically developed shower head to create a simple, minimal look. The extremely slender Obliqua adheres to the wall with an innate elegance, naturally blending into the ambient. The clean, essential lines of Obliqua harmonize perfectly with any bathroom furnishing solution.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Rubinetterie Zazzeri SpA, 2013.
Obliqua Design Roberto Innocenti 
Shower system by Rubinetterie Zazzeri SpA

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Obliqua, designed by Roberto Innocenti, is a new design shower by Zazzeri, which has a vertically developed shower head to create a simple, minimal look. The extremely slender Obliqua adheres to the wall with an innate elegance, naturally blending into the ambient. The clean, essential lines of Obliqua harmonize perfectly with any bathroom furnishing solution. 
Crédit photo : Rubinetterie Zazzeri SpA, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Smartstreets-Cyclepark™&nbsp;<br>Transformational bike parking by Chris Garcin and Andrew Farish (Team)<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Smartstreets-Cyclepark is made from two identical sub assemblies which bolt together securely around any size or shape of lamp column or sign post to facilitate secure bike parking either side of street sign posts and lamp posts. It fits in minutes enabling rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas and other shared spaces such as Univeristy campuses. Made from stainless steel tube it is durable, corrosion resistant and can be RAL colour matched to. The product is fully refurbishable and recyclable. Other versions are available for walls, railings and bollards. - Crédit photo : © Smartstreets Ltd 2013 (Andrew Farish, Chris Garcin)
Smartstreets-Cyclepark™ 
Transformational bike parking by Chris Garcin and Andrew Farish (Team)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Smartstreets-Cyclepark is made from two identical sub assemblies which bolt together securely around any size or shape of lamp column or sign post to facilitate secure bike parking either side of street sign posts and lamp posts. It fits in minutes enabling rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas and other shared spaces such as Univeristy campuses. Made from stainless steel tube it is durable, corrosion resistant and can be RAL colour matched to. The product is fully refurbishable and recyclable. Other versions are available for walls, railings and bollards.
Crédit photo : © Smartstreets Ltd 2013 (Andrew Farish, Chris Garcin)
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Smartstreets-Cyclepark™&nbsp;<br>Transformational bike parking by Chris Garcin and Andrew Farish (Team)<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The Smartstreets-Cyclepark is made from two identical sub assemblies which bolt together securely around any size or shape of lamp column or sign post to facilitate secure bike parking either side of street sign posts and lamp posts. It fits in minutes enabling rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas and other shared spaces such as Univeristy campuses. Made from stainless steel tube it is durable, corrosion resistant and can be RAL colour matched to. The product is fully refurbishable and recyclable. Other versions are available for walls, railings and bollards. - Crédit photo : © Smartstreets Ltd 2013 (Andrew Farish, Chris Garcin)
Smartstreets-Cyclepark™ 
Transformational bike parking by Chris Garcin and Andrew Farish (Team)

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The Smartstreets-Cyclepark is made from two identical sub assemblies which bolt together securely around any size or shape of lamp column or sign post to facilitate secure bike parking either side of street sign posts and lamp posts. It fits in minutes enabling rapid improvement of bike parking facilities across urban areas and other shared spaces such as Univeristy campuses. Made from stainless steel tube it is durable, corrosion resistant and can be RAL colour matched to. The product is fully refurbishable and recyclable. Other versions are available for walls, railings and bollards.
Crédit photo : © Smartstreets Ltd 2013 (Andrew Farish, Chris Garcin)
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Folded Tones&nbsp;<br>Rug by Enoch Liew<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Three-dimensionality and the illusion of depth were achieved with just three colours. It was a conscious effort to limit the number of colours for adaptability and flexibility. The variety of tones and depth of the rug is dependent on the width and density of the stripes, rather than a large palette of colours that may jar with a particular space.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Enoch Liew, 2013.
Folded Tones 
Rug by Enoch Liew

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Three-dimensionality and the illusion of depth were achieved with just three colours. It was a conscious effort to limit the number of colours for adaptability and flexibility. The variety of tones and depth of the rug is dependent on the width and density of the stripes, rather than a large palette of colours that may jar with a particular space. 
Crédit photo : Enoch Liew, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Folded Tones&nbsp;<br>Rug by Enoch Liew<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Three-dimensionality and the illusion of depth were achieved with just three colours. It was a conscious effort to limit the number of colours for adaptability and flexibility. The variety of tones and depth of the rug is dependent on the width and density of the stripes, rather than a large palette of colours that may jar with a particular space.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Enoch Liew, 2013.
Folded Tones 
Rug by Enoch Liew

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Three-dimensionality and the illusion of depth were achieved with just three colours. It was a conscious effort to limit the number of colours for adaptability and flexibility. The variety of tones and depth of the rug is dependent on the width and density of the stripes, rather than a large palette of colours that may jar with a particular space. 
Crédit photo : Enoch Liew, 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - The Star&nbsp;<br>Retail &amp; cultural by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The design for The Star celebrates the rich and diverse happenings inside the building with a multi-faceted, permeable and dynamic design, blurring the boundaries between public and private realms as well as retail and cultural components. The development comprises The Star Performing Arts Centre with a 5,000-seat auditorium and The Star Vista with an open air mall. Together they provide a premier entertainment, lifestyle and retail experience to the community. - Crédit photo : Andrew Bromberg of Aedas
The Star 
Retail & cultural by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The design for The Star celebrates the rich and diverse happenings inside the building with a multi-faceted, permeable and dynamic design, blurring the boundaries between public and private realms as well as retail and cultural components. The development comprises The Star Performing Arts Centre with a 5,000-seat auditorium and The Star Vista with an open air mall. Together they provide a premier entertainment, lifestyle and retail experience to the community.
Crédit photo : Andrew Bromberg of Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Nanfung Complex&nbsp;<br>Commercial, Hospitality and Exhibition by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Located on the Pazhou island dedicated to exhibition related activities, the Nanfung Commercial, Hospitality and Exhibition Complex contains four distinct programmatic uses on two sites which are separated 160 meters from each other by another building. The unified structure of a vertical podium with a multi-storey horizontal blocks establishes and promotes a dialogue between the two buildings, leaping over the middle neighbour and creating a strong, unified architectural identity for the project. - Crédit photo : Andrew Bromberg of Aedas
Nanfung Complex 
Commercial, Hospitality and Exhibition by Andrew Bromberg of Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Located on the Pazhou island dedicated to exhibition related activities, the Nanfung Commercial, Hospitality and Exhibition Complex contains four distinct programmatic uses on two sites which are separated 160 meters from each other by another building. The unified structure of a vertical podium with a multi-storey horizontal blocks establishes and promotes a dialogue between the two buildings, leaping over the middle neighbour and creating a strong, unified architectural identity for the project.
Crédit photo : Andrew Bromberg of Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Center 66&nbsp;<br>Architecture - Retail &amp; shopping mall by Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The master plan composition focuses on the historical buildings and builds, in layers, responding to the site context to provide a plaza. The disposition and forms of the built elements of the scheme are influenced by pedestrian routes from key intersections to the cluster of buildings of significant historical and architectural importance. The Ming Dynasty Opera House with its soaring traditional Chinese roof and the rare Chinese vernacular houses with western architectural influence provide a delightful focus and attraction at the heart of the development. - Crédit photo : Aedas
Center 66 
Architecture - Retail & shopping mall by Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The master plan composition focuses on the historical buildings and builds, in layers, responding to the site context to provide a plaza. The disposition and forms of the built elements of the scheme are influenced by pedestrian routes from key intersections to the cluster of buildings of significant historical and architectural importance. The Ming Dynasty Opera House with its soaring traditional Chinese roof and the rare Chinese vernacular houses with western architectural influence provide a delightful focus and attraction at the heart of the development.
Crédit photo : Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Center 66&nbsp;<br>Architecture - Retail &amp; shopping mall by Aedas<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The master plan composition focuses on the historical buildings and builds, in layers, responding to the site context to provide a plaza. The disposition and forms of the built elements of the scheme are influenced by pedestrian routes from key intersections to the cluster of buildings of significant historical and architectural importance. The Ming Dynasty Opera House with its soaring traditional Chinese roof and the rare Chinese vernacular houses with western architectural influence provide a delightful focus and attraction at the heart of the development. - Crédit photo : Aedas
Center 66 
Architecture - Retail & shopping mall by Aedas

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The master plan composition focuses on the historical buildings and builds, in layers, responding to the site context to provide a plaza. The disposition and forms of the built elements of the scheme are influenced by pedestrian routes from key intersections to the cluster of buildings of significant historical and architectural importance. The Ming Dynasty Opera House with its soaring traditional Chinese roof and the rare Chinese vernacular houses with western architectural influence provide a delightful focus and attraction at the heart of the development.
Crédit photo : Aedas
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Family center&nbsp;<br>Store by Ali Alavi<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>There are a few reasons why I enclosed the long (30 meters) front wall. One, was that the existing building's elevation was really unpleasant, and I had no permission to touch it! Secondly, by enclosing the front facade, I gained 30 meters of wall space inside. According to my daily observational statistics study, majority of shoppers chose to go inside the store just because of curiosity, and to see what's happening behind this facade Curious forms. - Crédit photo : Ali Alavi,2013
Family center 
Store by Ali Alavi

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
There are a few reasons why I enclosed the long (30 meters) front wall. One, was that the existing building's elevation was really unpleasant, and I had no permission to touch it! Secondly, by enclosing the front facade, I gained 30 meters of wall space inside. According to my daily observational statistics study, majority of shoppers chose to go inside the store just because of curiosity, and to see what's happening behind this facade Curious forms.
Crédit photo : Ali Alavi,2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - CAST HOOD&nbsp;<br>Hood by ARCELIK DESIGN TEAM &amp; PATRICIA URQUIOLA<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>The hood was developed to perfectly integrate within the exiting architectural structure of the kitchen, but also to be coherent with the full range of appliances. The minimal gesture of the hood aims to update and extend its standard use, allowing the user to perform other functions at the same time. The hood was designed as parallelepiped in which a section was subtracted in order to be used as a shelf for storing various objects and tools. It is an optimization both in terms of functionality and technology. Cast line hoods are engineered to keep your kitchen free of unwanted odours with their high ventilation capacity.a - Crédit photo : ARCELIK DESIGN TEAM &amp; PATRICIA URQUIOLA , 2013.
CAST HOOD 
Hood by ARCELIK DESIGN TEAM & PATRICIA URQUIOLA

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
The hood was developed to perfectly integrate within the exiting architectural structure of the kitchen, but also to be coherent with the full range of appliances. The minimal gesture of the hood aims to update and extend its standard use, allowing the user to perform other functions at the same time. The hood was designed as parallelepiped in which a section was subtracted in order to be used as a shelf for storing various objects and tools. It is an optimization both in terms of functionality and technology. Cast line hoods are engineered to keep your kitchen free of unwanted odours with their high ventilation capacity.a
Crédit photo : ARCELIK DESIGN TEAM & PATRICIA URQUIOLA , 2013.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Serel Wave Washbasin Washbasin by Serel Design Team<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>SEREL Wave washbasin; while it changes the current double washbasin perception with its unique bowl form, it also includes the usage of adult and child together with its aesthetic form. In addition to usage as a children basin, it provides function for ablution and shoe cleaning which is use in Islam culture. - Crédit photo : All images prepared in computer graphics by in house cg technologies and team members.
Serel Wave Washbasin Washbasin by Serel Design Team

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
SEREL Wave washbasin; while it changes the current double washbasin perception with its unique bowl form, it also includes the usage of adult and child together with its aesthetic form. In addition to usage as a children basin, it provides function for ablution and shoe cleaning which is use in Islam culture.
Crédit photo : All images prepared in computer graphics by in house cg technologies and team members.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Serel Wave Washbasin Washbasin by Serel Design Team<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>SEREL Wave washbasin; while it changes the current double washbasin perception with its unique bowl form, it also includes the usage of adult and child together with its aesthetic form. In addition to usage as a children basin, it provides function for ablution and shoe cleaning which is use in Islam culture. - Crédit photo : All images prepared in computer graphics by in house cg technologies and team members.
Serel Wave Washbasin Washbasin by Serel Design Team

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
SEREL Wave washbasin; while it changes the current double washbasin perception with its unique bowl form, it also includes the usage of adult and child together with its aesthetic form. In addition to usage as a children basin, it provides function for ablution and shoe cleaning which is use in Islam culture.
Crédit photo : All images prepared in computer graphics by in house cg technologies and team members.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Steam&nbsp;<br>Tea Maker by Hakan Gürsu<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Steam is a stove-top tea maker. It brews tea by passing hot water pressurized by steam through stacked kettles. Reflecting upon tea culture in east, Steam has stacking teapots specially designed for tea preparation. Larger lower kettle is filled with water to boil, and then boiled water evaporates into upper kettle, steeping loose-leaf tea blend rather slowly. When desired amount is collected in upper part, switch on top is turned to stop water transfer. Serving is made using two kettles with poured tea and water to dilute, therefore allowing user to adjust the strength of drink. Since tea is steeped with water steam, it offers a full flavor tea brew. Showing tea color, glass teapot is complemented with glass cups. Aluminum and glass materials are used along recycled plastics; including stainless steel base all parts are fully recyclable. Harmonizing elements from traditional craft teapots and naturalist art, Steam is designed to create a modern, sculptural tea serving set.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Hakan Gürsu, 2013
Steam 
Tea Maker by Hakan Gürsu

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Steam is a stove-top tea maker. It brews tea by passing hot water pressurized by steam through stacked kettles. Reflecting upon tea culture in east, Steam has stacking teapots specially designed for tea preparation. Larger lower kettle is filled with water to boil, and then boiled water evaporates into upper kettle, steeping loose-leaf tea blend rather slowly. When desired amount is collected in upper part, switch on top is turned to stop water transfer. Serving is made using two kettles with poured tea and water to dilute, therefore allowing user to adjust the strength of drink. Since tea is steeped with water steam, it offers a full flavor tea brew. Showing tea color, glass teapot is complemented with glass cups. Aluminum and glass materials are used along recycled plastics; including stainless steel base all parts are fully recyclable. Harmonizing elements from traditional craft teapots and naturalist art, Steam is designed to create a modern, sculptural tea serving set. 
Crédit photo : Hakan Gürsu, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Ametis&nbsp;<br>Shower System by Graff<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Ametis; a symbol of the fusion between the universe above and the oceans below, is a futuristic ode to high design in the bathroom. The shower column, containing many high-tech engineering features, integrates a chromotherapy system with RGB LED lighting within the ring that gives a completely new dimension to the column, thanks to the indirect lighting, still a little used concept in bathroom design. This creates a soothing halo effect for the desired ambiance.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : GRAFF, 2014
Ametis 
Shower System by Graff

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Ametis; a symbol of the fusion between the universe above and the oceans below, is a futuristic ode to high design in the bathroom. The shower column, containing many high-tech engineering features, integrates a chromotherapy system with RGB LED lighting within the ring that gives a completely new dimension to the column, thanks to the indirect lighting, still a little used concept in bathroom design. This creates a soothing halo effect for the desired ambiance. 
Crédit photo : GRAFF, 2014
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Ametis&nbsp;<br>Shower System by Graff<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Ametis; a symbol of the fusion between the universe above and the oceans below, is a futuristic ode to high design in the bathroom. The shower column, containing many high-tech engineering features, integrates a chromotherapy system with RGB LED lighting within the ring that gives a completely new dimension to the column, thanks to the indirect lighting, still a little used concept in bathroom design. This creates a soothing halo effect for the desired ambiance.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : GRAFF, 2014
Ametis 
Shower System by Graff

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Ametis; a symbol of the fusion between the universe above and the oceans below, is a futuristic ode to high design in the bathroom. The shower column, containing many high-tech engineering features, integrates a chromotherapy system with RGB LED lighting within the ring that gives a completely new dimension to the column, thanks to the indirect lighting, still a little used concept in bathroom design. This creates a soothing halo effect for the desired ambiance. 
Crédit photo : GRAFF, 2014
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Double Tree by Hilton, Chinchwad, India.&nbsp;<br>Business Hotel by Panchshil Hotels, Studio K-7 &amp; M-Style<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pune is centrally located in the heart of automobile and industrial belt that houses manufacturing units including Tata Motors Bajaj Auto and Eaton. With its strategic location the hotel also provides easy access to business districts such as Chakan Hinjewadi IT Park and Talegaon which houses Mercedes Benz JCB Infosys Wipro and more. Exclusively for corporate travelers amenities include a 24 hour business center with flexible meeting space and complimentary Wi Fi. Leisure visitors enjoy the multiple entertainment and shopping districts nearby.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Photographer Sameer Chawda, Double Tree by Hilton, 2014.
Double Tree by Hilton, Chinchwad, India. 
Business Hotel by Panchshil Hotels, Studio K-7 & M-Style

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Pune is centrally located in the heart of automobile and industrial belt that houses manufacturing units including Tata Motors Bajaj Auto and Eaton. With its strategic location the hotel also provides easy access to business districts such as Chakan Hinjewadi IT Park and Talegaon which houses Mercedes Benz JCB Infosys Wipro and more. Exclusively for corporate travelers amenities include a 24 hour business center with flexible meeting space and complimentary Wi Fi. Leisure visitors enjoy the multiple entertainment and shopping districts nearby. 
Crédit photo : Photographer Sameer Chawda, Double Tree by Hilton, 2014.
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Gamsei&nbsp;<br>Cocktail Bar by Buero Wagner / F. Wagner with A. Kreft<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Gamsei - a cocktailbar rethought When owner and head bartender Matthew Bax opened Gamsei 2013 in Munich's trendy neighbourhood Glockenbach, he introduced hyper-localism to a field of practice which had till then been mainly confined to the food scene. At Gamsei, ingredients for cocktails like Lavender Drunk Bee and Frühlingserwachen, are either wildly foraged by Bax and his team or grown by local artesian farmers, thus reestablishing a connection with local products, region and culture and offering something that is unique in its kind. Bax, an Australian artist and founder of three bars, envisioned his fourth as an antidote to the globalization of cocktail bars; why drink the very same cocktail in every bar you go to in the world? Why not experience the excitement of the new when sipping a cocktail? The bar interior, designed by Fabian A. Wagner of Buero Wagner and Andreas Kreft, is a clear continuation of this philosophy – looking for new configurations whilst paying a tribute to the local Bavarian culture and craftsmanship. The ambience of a Bavarian beer hall has been applied to the 40m² interior through amphitheater-style benches against opposing walls thus eliminating the common separation of bartender and guest. Here interaction is key and everybody has a first row seat. From either tribune guests enjoy a view onto the two centrally placed bars and follow how Bax and his team mix, shake and stir up the cocktails. Also the bars have been stripped of all boundaries: workspace and bar are one. Dried flowers, herbs and leaves are stored and displayed in a wooden built-in cupboard that stretches the full length of the back wall; Besides ingredients, also the coffee machine and even the doors to the bathrooms and laboratory are seamlessly integrated and can be flexibly displayed or disguised behind lattices. Tribunes, bars and cupboards are made of solid oak with a natural oil finish. White ceramic bottles, containing self-made liqueurs, syrups and essences, are suspended from a black steel mesh attached to the ceiling. In-between light bulbs make for a reduced lighting scheme by night. Just like Bax’s cocktail ingredients, the architects procured all materials such as wood, steel and ceramics (custom-made by Gefäß &amp; Objekt, Bachern) locally, and worked in close collaboration with local carpenters and manufacturers to produce custom-made solutions. Gamsei is a wholly integrated concept that turns the event of drinking a cocktail into a novel experience. The refreshing take on the cocktail bar extends further: bartenders, dressed in uniform leather aprons, serve their guests an amuse-gueule, such as “Biersand”, after taking their coats upon entering, and the tribunes on either side - allow for sports broadcasts.&nbsp; - Crédit photo : Photographer Jann Averwerser, Gamsei, 2013
Gamsei 
Cocktail Bar by Buero Wagner / F. Wagner with A. Kreft

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Gamsei - a cocktailbar rethought When owner and head bartender Matthew Bax opened Gamsei 2013 in Munich's trendy neighbourhood Glockenbach, he introduced hyper-localism to a field of practice which had till then been mainly confined to the food scene. At Gamsei, ingredients for cocktails like Lavender Drunk Bee and Frühlingserwachen, are either wildly foraged by Bax and his team or grown by local artesian farmers, thus reestablishing a connection with local products, region and culture and offering something that is unique in its kind. Bax, an Australian artist and founder of three bars, envisioned his fourth as an antidote to the globalization of cocktail bars; why drink the very same cocktail in every bar you go to in the world? Why not experience the excitement of the new when sipping a cocktail? The bar interior, designed by Fabian A. Wagner of Buero Wagner and Andreas Kreft, is a clear continuation of this philosophy – looking for new configurations whilst paying a tribute to the local Bavarian culture and craftsmanship. The ambience of a Bavarian beer hall has been applied to the 40m² interior through amphitheater-style benches against opposing walls thus eliminating the common separation of bartender and guest. Here interaction is key and everybody has a first row seat. From either tribune guests enjoy a view onto the two centrally placed bars and follow how Bax and his team mix, shake and stir up the cocktails. Also the bars have been stripped of all boundaries: workspace and bar are one. Dried flowers, herbs and leaves are stored and displayed in a wooden built-in cupboard that stretches the full length of the back wall; Besides ingredients, also the coffee machine and even the doors to the bathrooms and laboratory are seamlessly integrated and can be flexibly displayed or disguised behind lattices. Tribunes, bars and cupboards are made of solid oak with a natural oil finish. White ceramic bottles, containing self-made liqueurs, syrups and essences, are suspended from a black steel mesh attached to the ceiling. In-between light bulbs make for a reduced lighting scheme by night. Just like Bax’s cocktail ingredients, the architects procured all materials such as wood, steel and ceramics (custom-made by Gefäß & Objekt, Bachern) locally, and worked in close collaboration with local carpenters and manufacturers to produce custom-made solutions. Gamsei is a wholly integrated concept that turns the event of drinking a cocktail into a novel experience. The refreshing take on the cocktail bar extends further: bartenders, dressed in uniform leather aprons, serve their guests an amuse-gueule, such as “Biersand”, after taking their coats upon entering, and the tribunes on either side - allow for sports broadcasts. 
Crédit photo : Photographer Jann Averwerser, Gamsei, 2013
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Dossier de presse | 902-02 - Communiqué de presse | A' Design Awards 2014 Les Gagnants Annoncés - A' Design Award and Competitions - Concours - Google Office Tel Aviv&nbsp;<br>Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution, Yaron Tal, Setter<br><br>PROJECT DESCRIPTION:<br>Google Israel has opened its spectacular new office in Tel Aviv for their ever growing teams of engineers, sales and marketing. The new office occupies 8 floors and accommodates 500 workstations within a space of approximately 8000 m2. The new Google Office in Tel Aviv represents a new milestone for Google in the development of innovative work environments: nearly 50% of all areas have been allocated to create communication landscapes, giving countless oppor¬tunities to employees to flexibly collaborate and communicate with other Googlers in a diverse and inspiring environment. - Crédit photo : Itay Sikolski
Google Office Tel Aviv 
Office Interior Design by Camenzind Evolution, Yaron Tal, Setter

PROJECT DESCRIPTION:
Google Israel has opened its spectacular new office in Tel Aviv for their ever growing teams of engineers, sales and marketing. The new office occupies 8 floors and accommodates 500 workstations within a space of approximately 8000 m2. The new Google Office in Tel Aviv represents a new milestone for Google in the development of innovative work environments: nearly 50% of all areas have been allocated to create communication landscapes, giving countless oppor¬tunities to employees to flexibly collaborate and communicate with other Googlers in a diverse and inspiring environment.
Crédit photo : Itay Sikolski
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