The classic style continues to arouse interest in all the latitudes while the so-called contemporary style represents the middle ground that, simplifying, connects the classic to design. Combinations and fusions are common, blending has become almost a necessity to create homogeneous but intense identities. Creating harmony between – sometimes very different – styles is a concrete need involving taste and skills.
iDogi, a historic Venetian company with a past and a current leading role in glass crafting both for chandeliers and tables, has conceived and supports the iDogi Award, an accolade that values classical and contemporary design emphasizing and refreshing (in case of need) styles defined as “timeless”.
The iDogi Award 2017 guidelines are simple:
– The categories are: residential, hospitality and restaurants, yachts and airplanes
– The projects must have been completed between January 2013 and June 2017
– Each subject can submit up to 2 projects
– Projects must arrive by October 20th
The awards will take place on November 19th in Venice.
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The 2016 edition counted the participation of 52 projects from around the world and 19 of them were selected as finalists of the Prize. A prize with a global reach, projects have come from nine different countries: Russia, Italy, India, Uzbekistan, the United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, the United States, Saudi Arabia and Egypt, confirming the always strong interest of buyers and designers for classic and contemporary.
The winner of iDogi Award 2016 was “Gold on the Gold”, a private villa designed by Tatyana Boronina, director of Moscow-based AD – Architecture and Design Studio.
iDogi Award, in addition to being a contest for the interior world, features an important moment for networking, bringing together architects and interior designers from all over the world for three days.