25.03.2019 – Stefanie Jörgens was commended in the Red Dot Award: Product Design 2019. The interior design of the ISC3 Office received an Honourable Mention, awarded by the renowned panel for a particularly successful aspect of design work.
As client, the German Environment Ministry requested the creation of a pioneering interior design concept applying the highest ecological building, economic, aesthetic and representative standards in line with the transformative philosophy of the International Sustainable Chemistry Collaborative Centre. The result was business premises that combine a healthy and aesthetic interior design concept with unprecedented consistency and stand for a completely recyclable material culture. Find out more here: https://www.stefanie-joergens.de/projekte.
SUSTAINABLE INTERIOR AND FURNITURE DESIGN FOR OFFICES – MATERIAL & DESIGN AS AN EXPRESSION OF TRANSFORMATION
Design Quality a Common Feature of Award-Winning Products
“I warmly congratulate the prize-winners on their tremendous success. The fact that their products passed the strict judgement of the panel bears testimony to their excellent design quality. The Honourable Mention winners impressed the panel with their particularly well thought-through detailed solutions,” was how Professor Dr Peter Zec, initiator and CEO of Red Dot, assessed the winners.
Experience and Expertise are Most Important
The Red Dot Award: Product Design is one of the biggest design competitions in the world. In 2019, designers and manufacturers from 55 countries entered more than 5,500 products in the competition. The international judging panel, comprising experienced experts from various disciplines, has already been meeting for more than 60 years to identify the best designs. During an evaluation process lasting several days, they try out the products, discuss them and finally reach a well-founded judgement on the design qualities of the entries. In line with the motto “In search of good design and innovation”, in their evaluation they set great store by criteria such as degree of innovation, functionality, formal quality, long useful life and ergonomics.
Success Celebrated at the Award Ceremony
On 8 July 2019, Stefanie Jörgens celebrated her success during the award ceremony. The international designer scene met in Essen’s Aalto Theatre for the Red Dot Gala. At the “Designers’ Night” party afterwards, the winners of an Honourable Mention received their winners’ certificates and the interior design of the ISC3 Office became part of the “Design on Stage” exhibition in the Essen Red Dot Design Museum, which showcases all the award-winning products. From that day, the ISC3 Office can also be seen in the Red Design Yearbook, online and in the Red Dot Design app.
About the Red Dot Design Award:
To be able expertly evaluate the diversity in the design sector, the Red Dot Design Award is divided into three disciplines: Red Dot Award: Product Design, Red Dot Award: Brands & Communication Design and Red Dot Award: Design Concept. With more than 18,000 entries, the Red Dot Award is one of the biggest design competitions in the world. A judging panel met for the first time in 1955 to assess the best designs of that time. In the 1990s, Red Dot CEO Professor Dr Peter Zec developed the name and brand of the award. Since then, the coveted “Red Dot” award has been the internationally respected seal of outstanding design quality. The award winners are presented in the yearbooks, museums and online. More information at www.red-dot.de.