Tuesday, 20 June 2006

The best designers of the red dot award: product design 2006: Hsieh Jung-Ya

Likewise, the designer Hsieh Jung-Ya from Taiwan belongs to the best of this year's red dot award: product design. He received the award “red dot: best of the best” for his wind-powered bicycle headlights. Hsieh Jung-Ya talked to us on the subject of “form and ecology”: More »


Tuesday, 20 June 2006

The best designers of the red dot award: product design 2006: the rohi and ANKER design teams

The design drafts of the teams rohi and ANKER provide a positive and harmonious ambience feeling in aircrafts. Their innovative aircraft collection 2006 has been awarded the title “red dot: best of the best” in this year´s red dot award: product design. We had the opportunity to talk to the design teams of rohi and ANKER about “textiles of the future”, and this is what they had to say: More »


Tuesday, 20 June 2006

René Chavanne

René Chavanne wants to baffle the viewer with his works, and he has created something very special. With the “JustinCase” mobile bar, he put his intention into practice. The result was that his extraordinary design draft received the award “red dot: best of the best”. René Chavanne told us what he thinks about “mobility in design”. More »


Monday, 19 June 2006

The best designers of the red dot award: product design 2006: Christian Harbeke, Basil von Meiss und Rolf Singenberger

Nanotechnology processes provide more favourable characteristics to the basic material carbon, and with respect to the design of a bicycle, it opens completely new horizons. The best example for this is the Pro Machine SLC01. The designers Christian Harbeke, Basil von Meiss, and Rolf Singenberger received the award “red dot: best of the best” for its outstanding design. Here you can read what Christian Harbeke has to say on the subject of “material and innovation”: More »


Monday, 19 June 2006

The best designers of the red dot award: product design 2006: Fernando Romero

The Mexican designer Fernando Romero belongs to the best designers of the red dot award: product design 2006. He received the award “red dot: best of the best” for his brilliantly designed “Bridging Teahouse”, reflecting on the motive of the Chinese teahouse. Here he explains the concept of the “Bridging Teahouse”. More »