Competition: we've teamed up with textiles brand Maharam to give away five copies of Maharam Agenda, an illustrated overview of the company's history including collaborations with the likes of Konstantin Grcic, Hella Jongerius, Nike and Paul Smith.
Congratulations to the winners! Seo Yun Yang in Hong Kong, Majid Dadgar in the USA, Aatish Nath in India, Simon Woods in the UK and Julieta Zambarova in Bulgaria all won a copy of Maharam Agenda.
Maharam specialises in supplying engineered textiles to architects and interior designers for a wide variety of applications and the publication includes 408 images from the company's archives.
This competition is now closed.
Five winners will be selected at random and notified by email. Winners’ names will be published in a future edition of our Dezeenmail newsletter and at the top of this page. Dezeen competitions are international and entries are accepted from readers in any country.
Here's some more information from Lars Müller Publishers:
Design: A4 Studio, cover: Hella Jongerius
22 × 28 cm, 8 ½ × 11 in, 256 pages, 408 illustrations, with stitched fabric cover in four variations, (2011)
First known as a supplier of theatrical textiles to Broadway and beyond, Michael Maharam pioneered the concept of engineered textiles for interior applications in the 1960s. Today Maharam is the world’s leading provider of textiles to commercial architects and interior designers. His studio takes a holistic view of design, embracing a range of disciplines that include architecture and interior design, furniture, fashion, accessories, and graphic and digital means.
The Maharam Design Studio oversees the cultivation of an extensive textile collection, ranging from re-editions of enduring designs of the twentieth century’s most noted multidisciplinary visionaries to textile-based collaborations with industry outsiders across varied disciplines that include Konstantin Grcic, Hella Jongerius, Maira Kalman, Bruce Mau, Jasper Morrison, Nike and Paul Smith.
The publication provides a comprehensive overview of the company’s history, displays cultural markers, and presents different design projects. Abstracted product applications are illustrated through “useless objects,” a collaboration with Jasper Morrison.
Michael Maharam is the CEO of Maharam, a member of the MoMA A+D Committee, a trustee of the Chinati Foundation, and the 2007 recipient of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Award as Design Patron.
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