And The Winners Are ...
Swiss Design Awards 2018 winners announced
The Federal Office of Culture has named 17 winners of the Swiss Design Awards. Each award carries prize money of 25,000 Swiss francs. The Swiss Design Awards will be presented tomorrow, Tuesday 12 June, in the presence of the President of the Swiss Confederation Alain Berset.
The Swiss Design Awards in the fields of product and industrial design, fashion and textile design, graphic design, photography, mediation and scenography will be presented tomorrow, 12 June, together with the previously announced winners of the Swiss Grand Award for Design: textile designer Cécile Feilchenfeldt, graphic designer Rosmarie Tissi and manufacturer of pruning shears Felco.
The works by the winners and the participants of the second round of the Swiss design competition will be on display in the SWISS DESIGN AWARDS 2018 exhibition, which runs in parallel with Art Basel.
This year 17 Swiss Design Awards go to:
Zoé Aubry, 1993, lives and works in Corsier-sur-Vevey
Senta Simond, 1983, lives and works in Biel/Bienne
Jean-Vincent Simonet, 1991, lives and works in Lausanne
Studio Harris Blondman: Harry Bloch, Joris Landman: 1978, 1975, live and work in Amsterdam
Julia Born, 1975, lives and works in Zürich
Céline Ducrot, 1992, lives and works in Biel/Bienne
Marietta Eugster, 1985, lives and works in Zürich
Dan Solbach, 1987, lives and works in Basel
Fashion and Textile Design
Rafael Kouto, 1990, lives and works in Losone
Xénia Lucie Laffely, 1987, lives and works in Morges
Mikael Vilchez, Forbidden Denimeries, 1990, lives and works in Aire-la-Ville
Products and Objects
Christophe Guberan, 1985, lives and works in Lausanne
Simon Husslein, 1976, lives and works in Zürich
Adrien Rovero, 1981, lives and works in Renens
Laurin Schaub, 1984, lives and works in Bern
Hammer: Sereina Rothenberger, David Schatz, 1981, 1980, live and work in Zurich
YET Magazine: Nicolas Polli, Salvatore Vitale, 1989, 1986, live and work in Brusino Arsizio and Cadro