Posted 28th Nov 2018

Falmec’s Sintesi takes home German Design Award 2019

By KBBDaily on 28th November 2018 - 15:33pm
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The Sintesi combined induction hob and extraction system by Falmec has won a German Design Award for 2019 within the Excellent Product Design category.

The product has already taken home four European Product Design awards for 2018 earlier this year, and is a finalist in the Best Appliance Innovation category at the upcoming ek&bbusiness Awards & Review 2018, taking place on the 29th November at The Brewery in London.

The German Design Awards are an initiative by the German Design Council, which was founded in 1953 and aims to recognise the “excellence of products” using three fundamental criteria, namely quality, originality and functionality.

“We are delighted that the Sintesi has convinced the jury composed of 45 members – which includes leading figures of interior design, architecture and printing – that it has more than achieved the standard and demands which is required to win this design accolade,” said Nigel Jacobs, managing director of exclusive Falmec UK importer Euroline.

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