RED DOT DESIGN AWARDS 2018
Phoenix Design receives the Red Dot Award of Honour
As part of the Red Dot Gala event on 9 July 2018, the Phoenix Design team was officially selected as the “Red Dot: Design Team of the Year 2018“ with its design teams in Stuttgart, Munich, and Shanghai.
It thus take its place in a celebrated roster comprising great names like Apple, adidas, LG Electronics, Porsche, Veryday, Bosch, Blackmagic, and Canyon at the Hall of Fame of international designs.
Since 1988, the design team receiving the annual “Red Dot: Design Team of the Year” award is thus honoured for its outstanding overall design performance. This sign of true appreciation is highly respected over and beyond the design scene. For the first time after 13 years, it is once again awarded to an independent design studio: the Phoenix Design team.
With a consistently user-oriented design approach, Phoenix Design creates brand-typical products and services for its clients, focussing on the needs of the user and on self-explanatory interaction with the product. With “Logic, Morals, and Magic”, Phoenix Design has achieved top design results time and time again for decades.
With both the variety of client companies and brands, and the high significance, premium quality and innovation of the products designed here, Phoenix Design has been setting an exemplary quality benchmark for design studios.
RED DOT YEARBOOK 2018/2019
Design for Smart LivingIf you want to use design to stand out from the crowd nowadays, you need a very different and broader understanding of design. Whereas in the past, companies concentrated on the individual product and product design, today things like strategic thinking, processes and systems and the communication that accompanies this development are equally important.
The four Red Dot yearbooks 2018/2019 “Living”, “Doing”, “Working”, and “Enjoying” provide a vibrant picture of the design industry and its current developments.
Being the Red Dot: Design Team of the Year, Phoenix Design is immortalized in all yearbooks with a special editorial. On 20 pages the readers get to know the history and development of the studio, its philosophy and current methods of design work, including an interview with the PHOENIX Management Board.