AWARD TROPHIES PROVIDED BY SWAROSVKI
Since 2010, The Moët British Independent Film Awards have presented the winners with the stunning ‘Eternal Objects’ by Tokujin Yoshioka for Swarovski Crystal Palace as their award trophies. ‘Eternal Object’ is a an acrylic block set with a spectacular giant chaton-cut Swarovski crystal demonstrating the juxtaposition of clear acrylic and clear Swarovski crystal measuring 15cm x 6cm and weighing 1kg. Each ‘Eternal Object’ seals the brilliant beauty of the Swarovski crystal eternally and is wholly inspired by the poetic beauty of the crystal.
The contribution of the awards highlights Swarovski’s rich heritage in film and television and furthers the company’s vision of supporting and nurturing creative talent.
About Swarovski Crystal Palace: Swarovski Crystal Palace is a groundbreaking project that aims to create signature interpretations of light and design using the emotive medium of cut crystal. It offers designers a new platform for creative expression and experimentation with innovation and technology. www.swarovskicrystalpalace.com
About Tokujin Yoshioka: Tokujin Yoshioka established Tokujin Yoshioka Design in 2000. He has completed many projects collaborating with Issey Miyake for almost 20 years and gained a high evaluation from all over the world, including shop designs for Issey Miyake and A-Poc. He has designed for Driade, Moroso, Vitra and was named Designer of the Year at Design Miami 2007.