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ESMA DEREBOY

Design | June 28, 2022 |

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Esma Dereboy

Esma Dereboy, one of the new era designers of Turkey, has achieved an important success by winning the IF DESIGN AWARD and the RED DOT AWARDS, which are the most important of the world-famous design awards this year. Hanover-based IF International Forum Design GbmH has announced the 2022 winners of the IF DESIGN AWARDS, which it traditionally organizes every year. According to the results announced, this year Esma Dereboy’s Capsule Collection was found worthy of the award in the household and tableware category in the field of product design.

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The design, which won over the 132-member jury, made up of independent experts from all over the world, was selected from almost 11,000 entries submitted from 57 countries. During the same period, there was also good news from the RED DOT AWARDS, another respected international design award. As a result of the voting of 48 expert jury members from 23 countries, a RED DOT award came to Turkey with Esma Dereboy’s Capsule series design. The Bounty Hunter Capsule Collection. Inspired by the contours of a capsule, the design of this mug set with its balanced proportions is based on ergonomic principles.

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The smooth texture of the matt surface evokes naturalness and makes the mugs a pleasure to hold. The set includes both espresso cups and saucers as well as mugs and water glasses. With its range of color options, the design follows a mix-and-match concept and allows users to put together individual sets of different colors and sizes. The appealing design of this mug set with its contoured curves and creative coloring brings variety into daily life. Esma Dereboy; continues to write stories that evolve from the personal to the global. The journey that started as a hobby 14 years ago in Esma Dereboy’s ceramic workshop has turned into a brand that exports to more than ten countries today.

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Esma Dereboy, which continues its production with more than 30 professionals, predominantly female, in its 1000 square meter workshop, continues to draw attention on an international scale with its new collections. The artist, who has created a sense of unity by enriching their productions with concepts since the first day, gets her inspiration from different geographies and different time periods in her new collections. RED CORAL COLLECTION. Ocean and ivory colors dominate in the Red Coral collection, one of Esma Dereboy’s new collections… Coral patterns are inspired by coral reefs that are rapidly disappearing due to global warming. With its products made with an environmentalist approach and zero waste principle, the Red Coral Collection draws attention to the environmental problem that corals are also affected by the results.

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CORINTH COLLECTION. In the Corinth collection, we see reflections of architectural style, we also observe the effect of time in a separate and covering upper layer. Corinth, which also touches on ancient European culture with its forms and colors, also reminds us of the Aegean coast. CHESS COLLECTION. The chess collection brings with it a fact that chess has carried from centuries to the present day. Life is a game. With every move you make, you determine the future. Those who own parts of this collection will keep this philosophical approach in a corner of their minds, as well as the aesthetic beauty of the space.

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CAPSULE COLLECTION. The Capsule collection, which received a double award from the Red Dot Design Award 2022 and the IF Design Award 2022, refers to proportional, ergonomic design and the minimalized lifestyle of society. Inspired by the contours of a capsule, the design of this mug set with its balanced proportions is based on ergonomic principles. The smooth texture of the matt surface evokes naturalness and makes the mugs a pleasure to hold. The set includes both espresso cups and saucers as well as mugs and water glasses.

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With its range of colour options, the design follows a mix-and-match concept and allows users to put together individual sets of different colours and sizes. The appealing design of this mug set with its contoured curves and creative colouring brings variety into daily life. With these and subsequent collections that will be inspired by different geographies and different time periods, Esma Dereboy will continue to meet her lovers in places on different continents around the world and tell them stories from yesterday, today and tomorrow… Esma Dereboy offers its collections from all exclusive stores and esmadereboy.com you can get it from the site.

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