With over 48 product categories to enter, the Red Dot Award: Product Design is now open for designers and manufacturers across the world.
From New Zealand’s shower design experts Methven comes an award-winning shower that is not only designed for aesthetics, but is technologically advanced to suit ever-changing needs.
Showing the international power of the program, the Red Dot Design Awards shone a light on the design community for another year of celebrations. Along with top-notch product design.
April is undeniably a month with design as the centre point, but there are many other topics, such as the future of our cities, which have come under debate. The biggest news of all though was a blockbuster INDE.Awards shortlist. From the publisher’s desk this April.
The winners in the 2018 edition of the competition have been selected, and in the lead up to the awards ceremony, Red Dot has revealed the key trends emerging in this year’s competition.
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.
A creative concept designed by Odosdesign to convey Actiu’s “Cool Working” philosophy has been awarded the prestigious Red Dot Award: ‘Communication Design 2017’ in the Corporate Publishing category.
Sydney based studio Tzannes Associates has won the Red Dot Design Award for its range of public domain furniture pieces.
With four exhibitions at the same time, the Red Dot Design Museum in Essen Germany, celebrates its 60th anniversary this summer.