Por: Dualis Diseño,S.L.  10/01/2009
Palabras clave: Interiorismo
FIM presents DOMUS MEDITERRANEA and the cDIM Design Awards 23 de Septiembre de 2005 At the opening the General Secretary of Industry, Mr. Joan Trullén, explained that “Domus Mediterranea wants to foster the incorporation of new designers into furniture manufacturing companies, through the design of pieces re-creating the new Mediterranean home.”In turn, Enrique Pérez Tortosa, President of FIM, thanked FEDERMUEBLE for the association’s “ongoing trust in FIM as an international showcase for the new tendencies in the habitat and using it to present Domus Mediterranea for the third year running. It is a project we identify with closely, tying in as it does to our own efforts over recent years to foster creativity and design.”Domus Mediterranea enjoys the collaboration of the International Furniture Fair of Valencia and the funding of the Spanish Ministry for Industry, Trade and Tourism through the European FEDER project.cDIM Award CeremonyThe FIM Cultural Pavilion was the venue for the prize-giving ceremony of the cDIM International Furniture Design Awards, organised by the International Furniture Fair of Valencia.The cDIM Awards were set up to recognize the creative work of professional designers, but also of budding designers still studying this artistic discipline. That is the reason for the two categories of the awards: Professional with a first prize of €12,000; and Student with a first prize of €6000.In this edition, the president of the jury of the International Furniture Design Awards was the Italian architect and designer Piero Lissoni. The jury was also made up by the editor-in-chief of the Domus magazine, Maria Cristina Tomassini; the designer and journalist Ramón Úbeda; the president of the Association of Designers of the Valencian Community, Kike Correcher; and the designer José Juan Belda.In the professional section, the jury of the 23rd cDIM Design Awards decided to award a joint first prize to the London designer Jasper Morrison and the brothers Fernando and Humberto Campana, a highly acclaimed team of designers from Brazil.The awarded piece by Jasper Morrison is a separable modular seat called Oblong, which may be used either as cushions, a pouffe or as a chair. Oblong was created for Capellini.The work presented by the Campana brothers is Corallo, made with simple wire twisted into an irregularly shaped armchair. Corallo was designed for the Italian company Edra. In 2005, the cDIM Design Award in the student category went to María Maggi, a student at the EINA School of Barcelona. Within the student category, the jury also wanted to highlight four other entries, granting Honorary Mentions to their designers: Edurne Cueva, Iván Expósito, Irene Ortega and Camino Crespi, and Alberto Arza. window.google_render_ad();

Palabras clave: Interiorismo

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