Stelton minibrewer

Wed 10 2006

stelton-minibrewer.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Someones Design

The Stelton minibrewer is designed for a modern everyday lifestyle where people often drink coffee alone. It includes an innovative filter system designed to prepare the coffee directly in the cup, using exactly those coffee beans one prefers. The design is well thought out, functional and economic.

Blade bench

Wed 10 2006

kitchen-knife.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: vitamin d

This product has a lot of advantages: easy handling (only one hand is needed); highest precision; easy on the material; best results in sharpening knifes; hygienic; high quality in design.



SafetyCan 2

Wed 10 2006

safetycan-2.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Andrew Thornton, Bruno Herren

The world’s safest can opener. Unique mechanism cuts through rim of the can. No sharp edges on lid or rim. Hygienic – no contact between food, cutting wheel and hands.

Nut cracker

Wed 10 2006

nut-cracker.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Thomas Jeltsch, Christian Kruse

The nutcracker design reduces form and function to the essentials. The design consists of a joint with a reset function, two jaws as well as the leverage for the transmission of force. The mono-sandwich manufacturing process allows the combination of different materials in one component.

Kitchen funnel

Wed 10 2006

kitchen-funnel.JPGRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Boje Estermann

The collapsible kitchen funnel is a simple, functional and practical object, which only takes up space when it’s in use. The material is flexible enough to be folded again and again, hard enough to keep its shape and durable enough to resist cold as well as hot temperatures.

mono-giro-apple-slicer.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Jessica Battram & Christina Schäfer

The mono-giro appleslicer lets you slice an apple in spiral form around the core. Place giro on the started apple, finish it later, and it will neither dry out or get brown.

Bamboo cutting board

Wed 10 2006

bamboo-board.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Thorsten Huth

The kitchen cutting board consists of various modules which can be used as small cutting or serving boards or be joint together to form larger cutting surfaces. The bamboo material is well suited for this purpose, since it has a hard and dense surface and offers ecological advantages due to its fast growth. The cutting board has been oiled with food-safe oil.

mini-max-food-containers.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Tupperware Global Design Group

Mini-Max are collapsible, expandable, stackable three-in-one bowls. They can be expanded to the required size by popping out the layers one by one. Once the right size has been reached, the food is filled in, sealed with a safety seal and stored.

Magnifik pot stand

Wed 10 2006

magnifik-pot-stand.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Sweedish Designstudio

Magnifik sillicone magnetic pot stand is durable, heat-resistant and hygienic sillicone. hidden embedded neodyme magnets that stick to all induction-prepared pots and pans. Dishwasher proof.

Jean Nouvel cutlery

Wed 10 2006

jean-nouvel-cutlery.jpgRed Dot Award: Product Design 2005

Design: Jean Nouvel

The Jean Nouvel cutlery series is made from stainless steel and it has simple look. The curved form is emphasised by clear as well as sharp cuts.


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