Skema repeats last year's success and doubles it, winning two GOOD DESIGN AWARDS.
This prestigious and globally recognised industrial design award is presented annually by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design.
Last year Skema entered this hall of fame with SKEMAtheca which won the prize for the Retail Fitting section.
In this latest edition, among the winners announced at the end of 2021, the SKEMAidea division can boast two awards, for Skinì and Trametes, both in the "Product design office and residential furniture" category.
Skinì and Trametes are the brainchild of architect Franco Driusso, a multi-award winning interior designer of international renown, who, together with Skema, has created the evolutionary design that distinguishes SKEMAidea products.
Skinì is the flexible and configurable partition wall, designed to divide spaces, remodel them or create niches that facilitate privacy, in an agile, reversible and customisable way. A furnishing element that is both functional and scenic, flexible and light.
With 4 models of different sizes, 3 different colours for the structure and no less than 44 finishes for the cases, ranging from fabrics to wood and hi-tech painted and unpainted colours, the customisation possibilities offered by Skinì are endless.
The sound correction proposal inspired by nature's ability to create harmony. A system that provides acoustic balance within the environment, through technology dressed in style and softness. Modular, easy to install and clean, hygienic and safe, coverable with removable and washable fabrics, Trametes has been designed above all to correct the distribution of sound in collective environments. It comes in Square and Circle formats, and is available in Wall, Ceiling, Freestanding and Tree versions. It can also be implemented with LED luminaires, turning it into a real lamp.
created in 1950 by Edgar Kaufmann Jr, curator and founder of the Museum of Modern Art in Chicago, in collaboration with architects and designers Ray Eames, Russel Wright, George Nelson and Eero Saarinen, the Good Design Award is an industrial design award presented annually by the museum. The award is given to the most innovative products of the year, which are then permanently exhibited in the Chicago Athenaeum.