Wednesday, 11 October 2006

Nominated for the red dot: grand prix - Deutschlandrock

Designer Stefan Landrock, co-founder of the design and software company "Deutschlandrock", was awarded the red dot best of the best in this year’s red dot award: communication design. Therefore he is also nominated for the red dot: grand prix, an honorary distinction, which can be awarded to a particularly outstanding work in each category. More »


Monday, 9 October 2006

red dot winner launches special series ‘pipetus®-red dot’

For more than 40 years the company name Hirschmann Laborgeräte has stood for high-quality laboratory devices and today they also increasingly focus on product design. For its pipette series ‘pipetus’ Hirschmann Laborgeräte received the red dot award: product design 2005. Because of this Hirschmann Laborgeräte are now launching a limited special series ‘pipetus®-red dot’. More »


Tuesday, 26 September 2006

red dot in Brno

After the successful presentation of the special exhibition “Design on stage – winners red dot award: product design 2006” in the Prague Mozart Museum the touring exhibition is now visiting the Czech town of Brno. The Czech Design Center Brno presents the special exhibition from 26 September to 22 October 2006. The festive vernissage of the special exhibition took place on 25 September 2006. More »


Monday, 25 September 2006

The Topeak design team on expanding freedom

Pure nature – the aesthetics of functionality. Cycling is one of the most natural forms of mobility ever devised. To enjoy the countryside touring by bicycle and to camp wherever one wishes is the ultimate expression of pure freedom for many cycling enthusiasts. And since carrying space is at a premium, the Topeak Bikamper tent has been designed with an interesting and innovative functionality, providing solutions to several needs at once. The bicycle itself serves as the main structural element for pitching the tent. Find out here what the Topeak design team thinks about freedom. More »


Monday, 25 September 2006

The Decathlon Design Commitment to create appropriate durable solutions

Maxims and traditions. The demands on the design of the Initech Geologic bow by Etienne Redouin and Nicolas Hamoignon were manifold. The bow had to be affordable, had to differ from others in terms of form and material and meet the functional requirements of a beginner. More »