Wednesday, 8 August 2007

red dot wanted to know! We interviewed the best designers of the red dot design award 2007

red dot asked award recipients: How do the best designers of this year’s red dot award: product design see the world? What is important to them? What plans do they have for the future? And how have they got to develop a product that ranks among the best of the entire competition? More »


Tuesday, 7 August 2007

World language design – The globalisation of communication

Results of the red dot award: communication design 2007 The results of the red dot award: communication design 2007 have been finalised: 3,880 entries from 34 nations were examined for outstanding design quality by this year’s jury consisting of twelve international design experts. Three-hundred and thirty-six works received an award, twentyseven of them a red dot: best of the best for particularly groundbreaking design achievements. More »


Monday, 30 July 2007

Poggenpohl lands million-dollar contract in Dubai

1,600 luxury kitchens for “City of Arabia“ The oldest German furniture manufacturer landed an attractive million dollar contract in the Gulf region. Starting 2008, Poggenpohl will furnish 1,600 apartments of the residential area Wadi Walk, a part of the City of Arabia, with high-end, minimalist kitchens. More »


Friday, 27 July 2007

Newly published in the red dot edition: Who`s Who in Design, Volume 3

Who are they - the most prolific and distinctive designers working today, designers who are reshaping the international design scene and providing the world with new impulses through their designs? This question is answered by editor Professor Dr. Peter Zec, initiator of the red dot design award and President of the International Council of Societies of Industrial Design (Icsid)with the newly published Who`s Who in Design Volume 3. More »


Tuesday, 24 July 2007

First red dot academy in Singapore: "Profit by design"

On 14 July 2007 for the first time an event of the red dot academy series entitled “profit by design, managing the process to maximise return” took place in the red dot design museum in Singapore. More »