Meet the Partners
At the forefront of surface innovation since 1987, Caesarstone uses natural raw quartz minerals to craft durable, timeless countertops. Combining a passion for design with cutting edge technology, our surfaces become a heart for the home. Caesarstone is proud to partner with Azure and share our commitment to creativity.
Keilhauer creates beautifully and intelligently designed furniture to support the exchange of ideas. Conversing, conferencing, collaborating – every product elevates existing routines and encourages new and meaningful ways of engaging. Keilhauer is committed to exceptional design, environmental stewardship and ethical manufacturing. Keilhauer is honoured to partner with Azure and the AZ Awards.
Design. Culture. Craft. For almost 50 years, Landscape Forms has been a committed leader in the creation of outdoor furniture, lighting, and structure. We collaborate with world-renowned designers to create solutions that connect people to nature and enhance the outdoor experience. Design is our identity, an identity we share with Azure.
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With access to thousands of products from some of the most innovative manufacturers around the world, Dark Tools has curated a collection of extraordinary lighting. Experience, knowledge and our passion for lighting design is what we share with our clients and bring to the table of every project. We are proud to partner with Azure.
Celebrating its 60th anniversary in 2021, Scavolini’s passion and utmost attention to details and production of high-quality kitchens, bathrooms and closets remains steadfast. Made entirely in Italy, Scavolini’s products are exported worldwide to the most discerning of clients and designers. Scavolini is a proud supporter of the AZ Awards as it shares Azure’s vision of a contemporary home, where form and function meet to create a forward lifestyle for a global audience.
George Brown School of Design
George Brown College is launching the Brookfield Sustainability Institute which will be ultimately housed in the award-winning tall wood Limberlost Place building which was recognized by Azure Magazine. The new Institute will collaborate with designers, industry partners and communities the world over to create solutions that address the climate crisis using an approach based on “smart sustainability. Students, faculty and experts will co-create products, services and systems that foster sustainable living through industry participatory learning.