BURDA MODULAR receives distinction for high design quality in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019

Bur­da World­wi­de Tech­no­lo­gies (Bur­da WTG) has won an award in the Red Dot Award: Pro­duct Design 2019. The MODULARE SYSTEM recei­ved the Red Dot, which the renow­ned jury only awards to pro­duc­ts that fea­ture an out­stan­ding design.

I would like to congra­tu­la­te the lau­rea­tes sin­ce­rely on their won­der­ful suc­cess. The fact that their pro­duc­ts were able to satis­fy the strict cri­te­ria of the jury bears tes­ti­mo­ny to their award-win­ning design qua­li­ty. The lau­rea­tes are thus set­ting key trends in the design indus­try and are sho­wing whe­re future direc­tions may lead.”

Pro­fes­sor Dr. Peter Zec, Initia­tor und CEO von Red Dot, about the award win­ners.

Impres­si­ons from the award cere­mo­ny, July 7 2019
pic­tu­re source: Red Dot

Suc­cess  cele­bra­ted at the award cere­mo­ny

On 8 July 2019, Jiri Bur­da, CEO Bur­da WTG cele­bra­ted his suc­cess during the award cere­mo­ny at the sub­se­quent Desi­gners’ Night par­ty, whe­re the Red Dot lau­rea­tes recei­ved their cer­ti­fi­ca­tes. The pri­ze win­ning MODULAR SYSTEM joins the exhi­bi­ti­on “Design on Sta­ge” in the Red Dot Design Muse­um Essen, which pres­ents all of the award-win­ning pro­duc­ts. From that date, the MODULARE SYSTEM will also be on show in the Red Dot Design Year­book, online and in the Red Dot Design App.

Cli­ma­te Con­trol for out­doors awar­ded

BURDA MODULAR descri­bes a water­pro­of MODULAR SYSTEM for cli­ma­te con­trol for hea­ting, coo­ling and out­door ligh­t­ing that can be used in any length, func­tion and colour in all out­door are­as. Infra­red hea­ters, LED light bars/spots and coo­ling noz­z­les are sim­ply con­nec­ted by a paten­ted con­nec­tor sys­tem and can be instal­led on walls, under cei­lings or with spe­cial sup­ports under awnings. With the MODULAR SYSTEM, award win­ner Bur­da WTG offers an aes­the­ti­cal­ly sophisti­ca­ted, flush and uni­que cli­ma­te solu­ti­on for ter­races and out­door are­as of all sizes.

Expe­ri­ence and exper­ti­se get strai­ght to the point

The Red Dot Award: Pro­duct Design is one of the world’s lar­gest design com­pe­ti­ti­ons. In 2019, desi­gners and manu­fac­tu­rers from 55 coun­tries ent­e­red more than 5,500 pro­duc­ts in the com­pe­ti­ti­on. The inter­na­tio­nal jury com­pri­ses expe­ri­en­ced experts from dif­fe­rent disci­pli­nes and has been con­vening for more than 60 years in order to select the year’s best designs. During an adju­di­ca­ti­on pro­cess that spans several days, they try out the pro­duc­ts, dis­cuss them and ulti­mate­ly reach a well-foun­ded decisi­on regar­ding the design qua­li­ty of the ent­ries. True to the mot­to “In search of good design and inno­va­ti­on”, their assess­ment focu­ses on cri­te­ria such as the level of inno­va­ti­on, func­tio­n­a­li­ty, for­mal qua­li­ty, lon­ge­vi­ty and ergo­no­mics.

About the Red Dot Design Award:

In order to app­rai­se the wide scope of design in a pro­fes­sio­nal man­ner, the Red Dot Design Award is bro­ken down into the three dis­tinct disci­pli­nes: the Red Dot Award: Pro­duct Design, Red Dot Award: Brands & Com­mu­ni­ca­ti­on Design and Red Dot Award: Design Con­cept. With more than 18,000 sub­mis­si­ons, the Red Dot Award is one of the lar­gest design com­pe­ti­ti­ons in the world. In 1955, a jury con­ve­ned for the first time to assess the best designs of the day. The name and brand of the award were deve­lo­ped in the 1990s by Red Dot CEO, Pro­fes­sor Dr. Peter Zec. Sin­ce then, the sought-after Red Dot is the reve­r­ed inter­na­tio­nal seal of out­stan­ding design qua­li­ty. The win­ners are pre­sen­ted in year­books, muse­ums and online. Fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on: www.red-dot.org.