Premio Firenze Entremuros 2019
For the third consecutive year, Firenze in collaboration with Grupo Reforma, recognize the best of architecture and interior design in Mexico. Héctor Esrawe was awarded as Mexico’s Best Interior Designer.
Zona Maco 2019 – Trama Collection
Esrawe Studio presents Trama Collection at the 2019 International Zona Maco Exhibition, a limited edition made from wood and brass, inspired by the temporary structures used in construction
Restaurant of the Year 2019 – Frame Awards
¡El Califa has won! – Frame Awards. People’s choice.
Design Week 18 / Intervalo
As part of Design Week Mexico 2018, Esrawe Studio is featuring four new pieces in our showroom, under the title of Intervalo, to complement our earlier collections. These pieces represent our continued attempt to understand and constantly learn new methods and developments. This meticulous process requiring technical expertise and craftsmanship is the hallmark of our brand philosophy.
Héctor Esrawe / Contextual
Héctor Esrawe presents for the first time an exhibition that integrates his original limited edition works, which were created in collaboration with local Mexican workshops. The selected pieces were born out of his personal curiosity to explore and of the desire to detached himself from mass production.
“Contextual” defines moments that respond to a specific circumstance, to a culture, to a country, to a region; to a context itself. The starting point is the technique and/or the material, it is about exploring the limits and logic around the construction of each piece, with each artisan, with each material, with each process.
AZ Awards 2018
In 2011, AZURE launched an international competition open to architects, designers, manufacturers and students of design-related disciplines. Recognizing excellence and innovation, the AZ Awards showcases the best architecture, landscape architecture and interior design projects as well as products, concepts and student work from around the world. El Califa won in Interiors – Commercial and Institutional
Vitrina / Third Edition
The work of two aspects of contemporary design; Industrial Design and Fashion. These come together for the creation of a visual exhibition of great aesthetic load, where the everyday, the technique and the act of making the space are intertwined for the realization of this installation, in which the projection of a design object (in particularly the OCD Table) guides the embroidery. These two elements originally were thought from the functionality, for a moment and a specific point are linked in space to adopt a sense of ornamental unity, a whole.
Esrawe and 1/8 Takamura, sheltered by the ephemeral, seeks the spectator in a game of planes and juxtaposition to discover the enigma of perspective in an action of coexistence. At the end of the installation; the whole and the memory of it will be diluted in the individual.
Frame Awards 2018
Following almost 1,000 submissions from around the world, Frame launched the very first edition of the Frame Awards. The international jury members, nominated designers and architects, and visionary clients and brands gathered in Amsterdam for Frame Lab and the Awards Show on 21 February 2018. Esrawe Studio won Trade-Fair Stand of the year with Annual Arca.
Wallpaper Design Awards
We are winners! Xinú – Best Sensory Overload
Win Awards 2017
Each year, the World Interiors News Awards (WIN Awards) welcomes entries from Interior Designers, Architects and Product Designers of all sizes. Esrawe Studio has been winner like best Interior Practice of the Year Category 2017.
The work of Héctor Esrawe is a movement forward; his design initiative feeds on the dynamics that surround him. The book presents a selection of Esrawe´s projects in which we can appreciate the context, processes and work environments, as well as the cultural connections that this creative space generates as a place for experimentation, based on knowledge about each design challenge.
“From furniture to interiors to objects, every project created by Esrawe Studio exudes a sense of refinement. It consistently finds inventive ways to experiment with color and materials, resulting in unexpected takes on everyday objects and environments.” – Surface Magazine