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A look at all the winners at SILMO 2022

A look at all the winners at SILMO 2022

The prizes of this 29th edition were awarded by Amélie Morel, Chairwoman of SILMO Paris, and by Jun Gobron, President of the jury, a militant, open-minded designer, interior architect and imaginative pragmatist who participated in the SILMO d’Or with interest and enthusiasm.

THE WINNERS

CHILDREN’S
Odette Lunettes with “Cadet” (BEL)

SPORT
OUT OF with “Bot with IRID lenses” (ITA)

VISION
SHAMIR with “Shamir Metaform” (ISR)

LOW-VISION
VOXIWEB with “VoxiVision” (FRA)

OPTICAL FRAME “BRANDS & LABELS”
DE RIGO with “Philipp Plein VPP081” (ITA)

SUNGLASSES “BRANDS & LABELS”
ADCL with “CL5108 134” – Christian Lacroix (FRA)

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN EYEWEAR
PHIBO EYEWEAR x SO’CLASS with “1.618 O” (FRA)

TECHNOLOGICAL INNOVATION IN CONNECTED PRODUCTS
SKUGGA TECHNOLOGY AB with “SKUGGA TECHNOLOGY” (SWE)

SUNGLASSES “EYEWEAR DESIGNER”
MASAHIRO MARUYAMA with “Kintsugi MM-0078” (JPN)

OPTICAL FRAME “EYEWEAR DESIGNER”
KIRK & KIRK with “Thor in Citrus from the Centiles Collection” (GBR)

FIRST CLASS TRADE FAIR PRIZE
PARASITE DESIGN with Karma (FRA)

JURY’S SPECIAL AWARD
NEUBAU Eyewear with Xenon (AUT)

SILMO OPTICAL DESIGN CONTEST

Inaugurated this year, the first SILMO Optical Design Contest awarded Adi Abramov, a student at the Shenkar College of Engineering, Design and Art in Ramat Gan, Israel.

The members of the jury, presided by designer Emmanuel Gallina, unanimously chose his project “Unfoldable. X”, eyeglasses and sunglasses with a sharp, minimalist aesthetic, in recycled plastic, with no screws or hinges, featuring temples that may be detached in a simple step thanks to an ingenious high-tech X-shaped construction.

Adi Abramov’s objective was to create eco-friendly designer frames of which the industrial process rationalises production and limits the use of materials.

To review, the Optical Design Contest aims to stimulate creation and innovation, and to reveal the future talents set to design tomorrow’s eyewear. This international competition is open to all students over the age of 18 who are currently enrolled in a design programme and who can demonstrate having already completed at least three years of higher education or the equivalent.

 

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