On April 27 the Winner of the third edition of the Shaping Surfaces competition by Cleaf will be unveiled.
The monthly awarded projects will be evaluated by a jury of multidisciplinary professionals of the design sector to identify the winning one.
The jury will take into consideration both the innovation of the interior design and the best use of Cleaf surfaces.
The members of the jury are:
Cristina Boeri, Architect, PhD, deals with the perceptual and design aspects of color, combining design, research and educational activities. Since 2001 she has been carrying out and coordinating teaching and research activities at the Color Laboratory, Department of Design, Politecnico di Milano. Since 2013 she has been adjunct professor of Color and perception at the School of Design, Politecnico di Milano. She is co-director of the Master in Sensorial Surface Design. Color, material and finish design for interiors and furniture of Politecnico di Milano.
Luciano Caspani is President and Founder of Cleaf. His innate entrepreneurial skills and passion for furniture lead him in every decision.
Davide Cerati is a photographer who works in various sectors of commercial communication and artistic: furniture, fashion, food, beauty, portraits, genres that have always been side by side with a continuous one personal research. In front of his lens models, entrepreneurs, managers, celebrities from television and cinema, artists and musicians, but also “common people” who has rediscovered the pleasure and value of having, for oneself and one’s family, a high quality portrait, signed by a recognized author.
Ray Oranges trained as a designer at the University of Architecture of Florence but over the years he became an illustrator.
For some time he has opened his atelier in Florence where he began a journey more artistic, exploring concepts ranging from the interplay of color to pure and simple spatiality of the generated forms.
A return to the origins of gestures, made up of sculptures and representations painted on canvas. Colors and shadows intersect with absolute precision in his creations: at first glance they are pure geometry, then stairs, towers and other recognizable figures emerge from the abstract lines.
Anna Moldenhauer is the editor-in-chief of Stylepark, Magazine and Platform for Architecture and Design.