EDIDA, the results of the ELLE Deco International Design Oscars

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EDIDA, the results of the ELLE Deco International Design Oscars


Each year the ELLE Deco International editions award the EDIDAs to the best of world design. Back on a ceremony, virtual this year, and its winners.



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Every year in Milan, at the time of the Salone Del Mobile, the 25 editions of ELLE Decoration around the world come together to celebrate the EDIDA (ELLE Deco International Design Awards). On this occasion, the editors-in-chief of each edition reward the most beautiful projects and talents of the year in 14 categories. This event, initiated by the ELLE Décoration network, has carried on its tradition since 2003. The party is usually grand and brings together for an evening, the biggest players in decoration and design. This year the format is a bit special since the Design week and the EDIDA could not take place, for the reasons that we know.

The 17th edition of EDIDA is therefore being held online on June 25 at 7 p.m., in partnership for the third consecutive year with MGallery Hotel Collection. For the occasion, the 25 editions of ELLE Décoration magazines, including ELLE Décoration France, “got together” to elect the best creations of the year. You can find the video of the ceremony here.

It should be noted that among the creations acclaimed in January by the editorial staff of ELLE Decoration France, three are now laureates: the “Primordial” library by Raphael Navot (Roche Bobois), the “Tongue” tea set by Bethan Laura Wood (Rosenthal ) and the “Shades” rug by Patricia Urquiola (Gan)!

2020 winners

Designer

Stine Gam and Enrico Fratesi – GamFratesi

The duo was predestined! In 2013, they were voted best young designers of the year.

Young designer

Ana Milena Hernández Palacios et Christophe Penasse alias Maskspacio. They are the creative Spanish duo of the moment!

Interior architecture

Vincent Van Duysen, a regular on the catwalks, especially for his furniture and lighting designs.

Furniture

The “Primordial” library, designed by Raphael Navot and edited by Roche Bobois. A future design icon, with an organic look, hand floated, now available in an outdoor version.

Seated

The ultra-compact “Lazybones” armchair imagined by the creators of Studio Pepe, a new idea of ​​elegance and comfort. baxter.it

Tissue

Peter Marino was inspired by the ripples of the lagoon and the colors of the paintings of Giovanni Battista Tiepolo to create this silk jacquard for the home Rubelli.

Wall cover

Cristina Celestino’s collection of large porcelain stoneware tiles “Policroma” is just waiting to be put on the scene! florim.com

Table art

Sparkling designer Bethan Laura Wood has revisited Walter Gropuis’ historic “Tac” tea set. A colorful result! Rosenthal.fr

Luminaire

Work of art by day, luminous totem by night! Nice surprise from German designer Konstantin Grcic for Flos.

Bedding

The “Twelve AM” bed from designers Neri & Hu for Molteni is a jewel of delicacy: eucalyptus wood, cushions fixed by saddle leather straps, suspended bedside tables. Magical night in perspective.

Flooring

Patricia Urquiola combines design and sustainable development with “Nuances”, a collection of rugs produced by Gan.

Cuisine

A kitchen at the crossroads of art and design designed by Belgian designers Muller and Van Severen for Reform.

Bathroom

The “Balnea” freestanding bathtub is carved from a single block in Carrara marble. A technical as well as aesthetic feat of designer Elisa Ossino and the Italian house Salvatori.

Outdoor

Antonio Citterio signs a new lesson in modularity for B&B Italy with the “Ribes” sofa, which will adapt to everyone’s wishes: fabrics, colors and structures can be personalized on request.

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