During thisSalone del Mobile week, Massimo Dutti shelves have been reinterpreted by the winners of this year Spain AD Awards: Kelly Wearstler, Inma Bermudez, Jaime Beriestain and Masquespacio.
Those in Milan during the Salone del Mobile design week, have a date with four of the AD Award winners this year, in the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II. The fashion company Massimo Dutti has invited these artists to intervene the windows of their shop in the Italian city.
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The californian girl Kelly Wearstler, AD special Writing prize, is characterized by her very personal and daring luxury style, full of marble pieces, lacquer and gold, bold color combinations and geometric prints. “My decor is very sexy”, she affirms.
“My style is warm, contemporary and welcoming”, said Jaime Beriestain when AD awarded him with the Interior Designer of the year prize. “I do not typecast in forms and colors but I try to evolve. I think, meditate and seek that special something”, he added. His style is based in fluid elegance, brilliance and creativity with vintage pieces.
Inma Bermudez, AD Designer of the Year, shows that what is not lacking in her cabinet, are functional parts and her synthetic and fun esthetics. Although she has designed for big brands such as Lladró, Marset or Ikea, this Spanish girl remains humble and says that his designs only seeks to make life easier and solve problems.
Ana Milena Hernandez and Christophe Penasse from the studio Masquespacio, based in Valencia, and were awarded with the Massimo Dutti New Values AD Award which recognizes emerging talents. In their suitcase to Milan, they’re not missing powerful colors and furniture with Memphis’ style to create interiors able to improve the mood in just seconds.
Info by AD.