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Ilse Crawford, Maison&Objet Designer of the Year

Maison&Objet Paris is pleased to honor Ilse Crawford as Designer of the Year at the September 2016 fair, where she will design the scenography of the Designers’ Studio.

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Maison&Objet Paris, the flagship event of the French interior and design powerhouse, is pleased to name Ilse Crawford as Designer of the Year at the September 2016 fair. The renowned interior designer will be the first honoree to take on the scenography of the Designers’ Studio in Hall 8.

After launching her career as a journalist, Crawford founded her London-based practice Studioilse in 2001 and established herself with clients such as the Soho House Group and Aesop. Having made her name with thoughtful, comfortable hospitality and residential projects, Crawford’s recent projects include the first-class lounge for Cathay Pacific as well as a collaboration with IKEA. Her design of the Designers’ Studio, a work and networking space at the Parc des Expositions Paris Nord Villepinte, will be unveiled in a few short weeks.

Taking place from 2–6 September, Maison&Objet Paris marks the kickoff of the fall design show season, followed by events across Europe and Asia. See more details about the event at maison-objet.com.

Aesop, 2008 (photo © Lisa Cohen)
Aesop, 2008 (photo © Lisa Cohen)
Brass Cabinet, 2014
Brass Cabinet, 2014
Cathay Pacific First-Class Lounge, Hong Kong 2015
Cathay Pacific First-Class Lounge, Hong Kong 2015
Ilse Crawford for IKEA (photo © Felix Odell)
Ilse Crawford for IKEA (photo © Felix Odell)
w084 lamp by Studioilse for Wastberg
w084 lamp by Studioilse for Wastberg
Studioilse at Neckinger Mills (photo © Leslie Williamson)
Studioilse at Neckinger Mills (photo © Leslie Williamson)
Photo © Tobias Regell
Photo © Tobias Regell
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