With over 48 product categories to enter, the Red Dot Award: Product Design is now open for designers and manufacturers across the world.
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.
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.
On 7 July, the design world came together in Essen to celebrate the winners of the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2014. More than 1,200 international guests arrived at the glamorous awards ceremony in the Aalto-Theater. At the subsequent Designers’ Night they celebrated until the small hours of the morning. The last guests from business, design and media left the Red Dot Design Museum on the Zollverein World Heritage Site at 5:39 a.m.