maison et objet   designers of the year 2013
jan 17, 2013
maison et objet designers of the year 2013


jay osgerby and edward barber of barberosgery
2013 maison et objet’s NOW! design à vivre designers
image courtesy of linda brownlee

 

 

maison et objet annually selects three creatives from the disciplines of architecture, interior design and furniture design
who have made an impression within their fields, awarding them the title ‘designers of the year’.
this year industrial designers edward barber and jay osgerby of barberosgerby (UK), architect odile decq (FR) and
interior designer joseph dirand (FR) and have been chosen as the 2013 maison et objet’s NOW! design à vivre designers,
designer and scènes d’intérieur designer respectively, and will present their works on the occasion of the winter edition
of the fair as a result of their nomination. stay tuned for designboom’s coverage of maison et objet!

 

 


2013 maison et objet’s NOW! design à vivre designers – barberosgerby
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barberosgerby (edward barber and jay osgerby) is a london studio whose research-led practice has developed collections for  cappellini,
magis, vitra, venini, swarovski, flos and established & sons, while also producing edition furniture and one-off works for both private
and public commissions. they have lectured internationally and hosted workshops at ECAL, switzerland, and the vitra design museum.
their work is held in permanent collections around the world including the V&A museum, london; new york’s metropolitan museum of art;
london’s design museum; the art institute of chicago; and haunch of venison gallery.

 

 

 


odile decq
2013 maison et objet designer
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odile decq is a french architect involved in a number of international projects throughout asia and europe including:
house for the CIPEA in ninjing, china; hausing buiding, florence, italy; FRAC, regional fund for contemporary art in rennes, france;
and most recently the museum for contemporary art, rome.

 

 


2013 maison et objet designer – odile decq
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joseph dirand
2013 maison et objet interior designer
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joseph dirand is a french interior designer who has a portfolio which includes international residential and commercial projects
which include retail shops for clients such as pucci, new york; and alexander wang, beijing.

 

 


2013 maison et objet scènes d’intérieur designer – joseph dirand
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jay osgerby and edward barber of barberosgery
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designers of the year exhibition at maison and objet 2013
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