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Karim Rashid is one of the most popular designers of his generation. This is evidenced by more than 3,000 completed projects in more than 40 countries around the world. Its mission is to democratize design. His goal - to make design a part of everyday life and change the human mind to live in the present rather than the past. He has received more than 300 awards in the world of architecture and design.
He gained recognition for the design of luxury goods for Christofle, Veuve Clicquot, and Alessi, furniture Bonaldo and Vondom, lighting for Artemide and Fabbian, high - tech products for Asus and Samsung, brand identity for Citibank and Sony Ericsson, Kenzo and Hugo Boss. Interests Karim Rashid are not limited to items for the interior. He developed the interiors of many public objects, such as the Morimoto restaurant (Philadelphia), Semiramis Hotel (Athens), Nhow Hotel (Berlin), as well as the design of the exhibition stands for Deutsche Bank and Audi. Karim works displayed in 20 permanent collections and he exhibits in galleries around the world. Karim has not once recorded in books and magazines, including Time, Vogue, Esquire, GQ, Wallpaper, and many others. Not a few counts Karim and residential interiors.
Almost all of the interiors of Karim Rashid have one feature. He experimented with smooth shapes of ceilings and walls, pieces of furniture. Karim likes to use bright colors and natural tones in everything, especially in the interior and furniture. His style - eclectic mix of modern and contemporary avant - garde.