Some pictures of the most significant moments of the Restile Awards: an opportunity to discover the projects and to higlight the winners, the real protagonists of the contest.
Here we are, the Salone del Mobile of Milan and Fuorisalone 2015 have begun. In the week showcasing the most creative designs is set the award ceremony for the Mirage contest, aimed at a generation of new ideas and projects focusing on brand-new interpretations of ceramic.
On Friday 16 January, at the Mirage headquarters, before representatives of the Municipality of Pavullo nel Frignano and of the company board, the award ceremony was held for the contest A roundabout for ceramics...
Lots of designs, lots of ideas and above all plenty of participation in the contest entitled "A roundabout for ceramics and territory", which received over 150 entries.
Following the first successful edition, with more than 200 entries received from 25 countries around the world, Mirage, a leading company in the production of Made in Italy porcelain stoneware tiles, launches the new edition of the "RESTILE" contest, a competition designed to find new interpretations of ceramics, no longer based on style trends but characterised by an alternative approach to re-define the future of ceramic flooring.
“A Roundabout for ceramics and the territory” The contest promoted by Mirage with the patronage of the municipality of Pavullo nel Frignano has ended.
A roundabout for ceramics and the territory is the contest devised and promoted by Mirage under the Patronage of the Municipality of Pavullo nel Frignano, aimed at planners, designers and creative professionals in general with the objective of the definition and enhancement of the entrance of the Frignano area, as well as the entrance to the Mirage company.
Yesterday, at Mirage Project Point in Milan, the jury of the RESTILE contest has met in order to decide the winner and to prepare the ranking. Given the quality of all the projects submitted the choice has not been easy and the commission took all morning and into lunch to decide... At the end, nevertheless, a decision had to be made.