Tuesday, 1 August 2006

Results of the red dot award: communication design 2006

The results of the red dot award: communication design 2006 have been finalised. This year, the jury consisting of nine international design experts had to judge the design quality of 3,708 entries from 31 nations. Twohundred and ten works received an award, twenty-four of them a ‘red dot: best of the best’ for outstanding and path-breaking design achievements. More »


Thursday, 20 July 2006

Messe Düsseldorf awards Quality Seal for the Caravanning Sector

The caravanning sector is booming, it is innovative and increasingly interested in design – the best conditions for the caravaning design award! At this year’s CARAVAN SALON DÜSSELDORF (25.8 - 3.9. 2006) Messe Düsseldorf will – for the third time now – be presenting the design prize. More »


Tuesday, 18 July 2006

Light and luminaire design 2006

The influence light has on us and our well-being is becoming increasingly significant. Even small and medium-sized businesses are becoming more and more aware of how important light design is for our well-being at work, thus increasingly investing in innovative lighting concepts. We have compiled an overview of the current design trends in the field of “Lights and luminaires” for you in our trend gallery. More »


Wednesday, 12 July 2006

BMW Group continues Market Offensive

Since 1 July 2006, the BMW Group operates sales and distribution organisations of their own in the Czech Republic and Slovakia. With this step, the company continues to implement its strategy to also assume market responsibility in all EU states of Central and Eastern Europe in the course of the ongoing market offensive. More »


Monday, 10 July 2006

smart design workshop in the red dot design museum

Creating something new without giving up one’s singularity – a challenge of the extreme? The creative brains of the Daimler Chrysler company took up this question who organised an intensive workshop in the red dot design museum taking place from 4 until 7 July 2006. More »