JUNIOR DESIGN AWARDS 2020 GOLD WINNER: Best Interiors Product Design (Furniture)

WHO: Atelier W 110®


WHAT: The W 110® Collection is a young French furniture brand, which aims to bring the garden back into the heart of the home and family life with a collection of incredible sculptural swings. Sustainability and respect for man and nature is at the core of this company’s values and this collection was inspired by nature and memories of childhood in the countryside.

WHY: The incredible craftsmanship, attention to detail and determination to contribute to a rural ecosystem, generating local employment wowed our judges. The finished products are absolutely stunning and are the kind of objects that will entertain and stimulate imaginations as well as being incredible works of art that will be passed down through generations.

Absolutely love the video and the final products. Beautifully crafted. Pepper loves it so much it should win :)
Bonnie Van Geel, Photographer and Stylist @pepper.pics
The craftsmanship and design here is phenomenal. These are heirloom pieces that will never lose their appeal - just stunning.
Bonita Turner, Editor of Junior

WHERE: AtelierW110

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WHO: Aristot

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WHO: Babai Kids - Wooden StoolX

WHAT: StoolX is a beautifully designed flat pack stool made from Birch ply, created by mothers in a small design lab in Kiev. Designed with sustainability, beauty in childhood and parents’ space in mind.

WHY: These cute as a button stools actually do look like little stitched buttons and caught our judges’ imaginations with their perfect child-scale size and fun, contemporary aesthetic. Extra points were awarded for ethical production, the use of non-toxic water-based paint and natural packaging.

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WHO: Great Little Trading Co. - Gulliver Toy Organiser

WHAT: A child-height, compact toy organiser that provides clever storage for toys and books that can either be artfully displayed or hidden from view in its secret stow-away shelves .

WHY: Our judges felt this was a great option for anyone short on space but wanting to give their children hands-on access to a bookcase and toy storage area. The simple lines, easily accessed shelves and mess hiding cubby holes made this a practical and eye friendly hit with our judges.

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