iDOGI AWARD 2017 - 16-19 NOVEMBER 2017
As it has been for some years now, mid-November is marked by a stunning event
Made in Venice: iDogi Award 2017:
the historic iDOGI Company hosts in its huge venue of Venice the much-refined competition for the selection of the most beautiful projects in the world.
Specialized in the processing of the finest Murano glass (hand-blown and handcrafted), but above all a manufacturer of very large chandeliers and custom-made objects, such as tables, sofas and furnishings, the historic company always develops new forms and ideas, even for the very elegant tableware and luxury lunch items.
With the same attention, as it has been for years, a new look for design and harmonics is being sought. There will be a small number of design studios from all over the world who have already participated in a previous selection to contest the mention and award in 3 categories: residential, hotel and restaurant and yachts and airplanes.
Venice, 16-19 November 2017: These are the dates of the event.
From Italy, Russia, India, Egypt, Uzbekistan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, Saudi Arabia and United States of America: the finalists are invited to the elegant location in Venice, the heart of the company headquarters, where you can admire the wonderful creations in Murano glass. The 3-day program also includes a visit to the furnace, where blown glass is produced and worked by excellent artists, true masters of technique and art.
The winning project of iDogi Award 2016 was "Gold on the Gold" - Private villa, by Russian Tatyana Boronina (AD Architecture & Design Studio): "For the careful design that enhances the brightness of each space, for the elegant combination of colors and for the ability to mix contemporary works of art and design objects to create a welcoming atmosphere, blending the relaxing notes of the past with the energy of the present ".
Baldantoni Group confirms its presence in the 2017 edition, as well as in the 2015.
Below are some pictures of the projects presented in our 2 holdings.
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