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The Moët Hennessy– PAD London Prize 2014 Winners.

Wednesday, 22nd October 2014

On Monday 13th October, the prestigious PAD Prize Judging Panel, presided over by Jasper Conran, gathered on Berkeley Square to select the winners of the awards for the categories of Contemporary Design, 20th Century Decorative Arts and Best Stand. Here are the results:

For Contemporary Design

01 Paul Cocksedge

Paul Cocksedge at Friedman Benda, Poised, 2013, © PAD London 2014

 Paul Cocksedge at Friedman Benda

 Poised, 2013

 Rolled Steel

 29.33 x 61.81 x 57.87 in.

 Edition of 10

20th Century Decorative Arts

Carlo Mollino, Ceiling light, 1949 © at Galerie Downtow

Carlo Mollino, Ceiling light, 1949 © at Galerie Downtow

Carlo Mollino at Galerie Downtown

Ceiling light, 1949

Hanging lamp made of rectangular wooden frames, glass panels and brass

8 x 263.8 x 8 in.

Unique piece


James Gallerie Stand  © PAD London

James Gallerie Stand © PAD London

James, Paris

The Moët Hennessy PAD London Prize is an annual design event taking place during PAD London on Berkeley Square. The prize is awarded by luminaries from the worlds of design, art and fashion including Jasper Conran, Zaha Hadid, Julia PeytonWJones, Nigel Coates and Tom Dixon.

Last year’s winners included: Valentin Loellmann for best contemporary design at Galerie Gosserez, Paul DupréWLafon and his iconic ski bar for The 20th Century Decorative Art Award, exhibited by Galerie Dutko and Hamiltons Gallery won the notable best stand award.

PAD London together with Moët Hennessy, Patron of the PAD Prize, are proud to also announce their continued support for the acclaimed Design Fund to benefit the V&A, which donates a contemporary design piece to the museum’s permanent collection.

PAD 2014 London was running from 15th until 19th October 2014, in Berkeley Square, Mayfair, London.

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