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FritsJurgens Takes Home Red Dot Gold

Already acclaimed in the architecture and design scenes, the FritsJurgens concealed sprung pivot door system has now been formally honoured, taking home the 2017 Red Dot Award for Product Design.

It was FritsJurgens fully concealed sprung pivot door system that took home the gold after several days of the Red Dot judging panel assessing thousands of products from all over the world. The Dutch brand, distributed in Australia through Bellevue Architectural, was recognised for having created a product with an outstanding high quality design and appeal, earning them the internationally sought-after seal of quality.

“FritsJurgens have recognised that good design and economic success go hand in hand,” said Professor Dr. Peter Zec, founder and CEO of the Red Dot Award “The award by the critical Red Dot jury documents their high design quality and is indicative of their successful design policy.”

The FritsJurgens pivot system is fully enclosed within the door, creating flawless uninterrupted beauty between the door, floor and wall. Made in Netherlands and tested to a million cycles, the FritsJurgens pivot system is the reliable and stylish solution to your project’s door needs. With 3 different models to choose from, the FritsJurgens pivots are nothing but flexible. Certified to carry a door up 500kg in weight and 4000mm wide.

Bellevue Architectural is the proud exclusive partner of the award winning FritsJurgens system across Australia and New Zealand. Check out their YouTube channel for video of the system in action, or visit the website for all the facts.

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