design awards 2018 judges awards winners
Santa Clara 1728, Lisbon Best new hotel Housed in an 18th-century pile on one of Lisbon’s most romantic squares, with views of the Pantheon and the Tagus River, Santa Clara 1728 is the fourth in a string of slick design-led properties from local hotelier João Rodrigues. The clean, modern interiors, by local architect Manuel Aires Mateus, are refreshing trimmings to the building’s ancient walls and worn limestone stairs that lead to the six spacious suites. Here, coarse linens, pale woods, armchairs by Carl Hansen & Søn and furnishings by Italian designer Antonio Citterio come together in a neutral palette boosted by a graceful duck-egg blue. Downstairs, unwind in the dining room under the warm glow of Davide Groppi’s ‘Simbiosi’ lights, with a glass of Portuguese wine and a comforting lunch made using fresh market produce, while you plan the best to see and do in Lisbon with the help of Rodrigues himself. Pictured, featuring a Living Divani sofa and Davide Groppi ‘Moon’ light, the hotel’s entrance hall and reception area is a serene, welcoming space. Photography: Francisco Nogueira
Bild 9 television, by Bodo Sperlein, for Loewe Best domestic design TVs have traditionally been a bit of an eyesore, but in the past few years designers have given the medium some aesthetic reinvention. At the forefront of this has been Bodo Sperlein’s work for German TV brand Loewe. Sperlein’s latest design is part technological feast, part sophisticated sculpture, drawing inspiration from the Bauhaus and art deco. Supported by an elegant matt steel frame, available in Amber Gold or Graphite Grey, the Bild 9 comes in three versions – a floor model, one that can be placed on a console, or a wall-hanging version. When the Bild 9 is switched on, its OLED screen automatically glides upwards, exposing the soundbar, which offers 120 watts of sound power coming from six speakers. The TV also includes an intuitive interface, with an option for users to customise their home screen with apps, recordings or preferred channels. Key features: Sleek TV that is part technological feast, part sophisticated structure Materials: Steel frame Price: From £6,990
Saerom Yoon Officine Panerai Next Generation Designer of the Year winner Based in Seoul, Saerom Yoon is a furniture design graduate of Hongik University. His early projects showcased a distinct inclination towards wood and natural materials, while more recent work has revived a 1960s material: acrylic. Using a technique he has developed himself, Yoon directly dyes the surface of the acrylic, giving the synthetic material a natural makeover by infusing the clear resin with subtle colour and turning it into something more crystalline. Natural blending and gradation between the different colours evokes distortion via refraction and reflection, creating a quartz-like optical illusion.
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