Congratulations to the Winners of the 2022 Créateurs Design Awards
The ceremony, held in Paris during Déco Off, honored Studio Liaigre, Yabu Pushelberg, and Sir David Adjaye, who took home the first-ever Charlotte Perriand Award
A festive crowd of design-world powerhouses capped off a remarkable week in Paris with a black-tie gala at the Shangri-La to celebrate this year’s Créateurs Design Awards. Now in its third year, the annual ceremony—which was held virtually in 2021—honors excellence in architecture, design, photography, and journalism.
In addition to the awards presentation, the night recognized fashion legend Iris Apfel with the Andrée Putman Lifetime Achievement Award and paid tribute to the late Virgil Abloh, while architect Sir David Adjaye received the first-ever Charlotte Perriand Award, which celebrates an industry trailblazer while they are still actively creating groundbreaking new work.
“As a young architect of color coming through the industry, I looked for many role models and Charlotte Perriand was one of the heroes for me,” remarked Adjaye when he accepted the award in the hotel’s ballroom. “She was a polymath and had a brilliant ability to hybridize all the knowledge in the world to create a new world and I believe in my heart, she was about design justice. She tried to make a better world for all of us and that’s something that’s at the heart of what I do.”
See below for the full list of winners.
The 2022 Créateurs Design Awards Winners and Nominees:
EXCELLENCE IN ART & DESIGN CURATION
WINNER: “Tiss-Tiss” by Carpenters Workshop Gallery.
“Life to the Myth” by UNNO Gallery.
“Objects: USA 2020” by R & Company.
“The World Around Summit 2021” by Beatrice Galilee.
BEST PROJECT PHOTOGRAPHY
WINNER: The Hôtel de la Marine by Ambroise Tézenas.
Costa Careyes Mexico by Fernando Marroquin.
The Harvard University Science & Engineering Complex by Brad Feinknopf.
ARCHITECTURE: BEST HOSPITALITY PROJECT
WINNER: Presence in Hormuz II (Majara Residency) by ZAV Architects.
Paradero Hotel by Yashar Yektajo & Ruben Valdez.
The Museum Hotel Antakya by EAA-EMRE Arolat Architecture.
INTERIOR DESIGN: BEST HOSPITALITY PROJECT
WINNER: Peacock Alley at Waldorf Astoria Xiamen by AB Concept.
The Red Room at The Connaught by Bryan O’Sullivan Studio.
Voroninskie Bani by Megre Interiors.
ARCHITECTURE: BEST RESIDENTIAL PROJECT
WINNER: Menorca by OOAA Arquitectura.
Avlakia House by ARP – Architecture Research Practice.
House Q04L63 by mf+arquitetos.
ARCHITECTURE: BEST COMMERCIAL PROJECT
WINNER: Shan-shui: A Duality | The Chuan Malt Whisky Distillery by Neri&Hu Design and Research Office.
Hauser & Wirth Menorca by Luis Laplace.
Tumo Center For Creative Technologies by Bernard Khoury DW5.
Winery VV by Vincent Van Duysen Architects.
INTERIOR DESIGN: BEST RESIDENTIAL PROJECT
WINNER: St-Moritz by Studio Liaigre.
Barn Private Residence by Charles & Co.
Casa Ortello by Hannes Peer Architecture.
Cummings House by Ghislaine Viñas.
Uptown Eclectic by Pembrooke & Ives.
INTERIOR DESIGN: BEST COMMERCIAL PROJECT
WINNER: La Samaritaine by Yabu Pushelberg.
David Yurman Flagship by Gabellini Sheppard Associates.
Maruhiro Office “OUCHI” by DDAA.
BEST DESIGN COLLABORATION
WINNER: Vitra Haus/Charlap Hyman & Herrero.
IQANDA by Elliott Barnes for Tisserant Art et Style by Elliott Barnes Interiors.
Kelly Behun for Hudson Valley Lighting.
Venus Power Collection by Patricia Urquiola / cc-tapis.
BEST PRODUCT DESIGN
WINNER: Robo Chair by Noam Atelier.
Aphrodite floor lamp by Patrick Naggar for Ralph Pucci.
Gala – Sofa system by Cristina Celestino.
BEST DESIGN COLLECTION
WINNER: Especies Hibridas by Cristian Mohaded.
Artisanal Modernism by Lemieux Et Cie.
Radiant Collection by John Pomp Studios.
Xingu Collection by Maria Fernanda Paes de Barros.
EXCELLENCE IN CREATIVE JOURNALISM
WINNER: Charlie Lee-Potter – Rewriting Rodin: The Power of Touch – Cereal Magazine
Ellie Stathaki – Ground Breakers is a series of profiles depicting London’s next architectural generation, destined to shake up the industry – Wallpaper*
Natasha Allen – A tribute to Italy – Vogue Living
Stephanie Sporn – These Pioneering Female Artists and Designers Are More Relevant Than Ever – Architectural Digest
Yoko Choy Wai-Ching – Wang Shu and The Essence of Chinese Architecture – Gestalten