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This world famous design prize is awarded annually in recognition of outstanding creativity.
There are 62 exhibitors at the permanent dieForm design exhibition at the Stilhaus in Rothrist, Switzerland, where around 600 products are on display. Products range from furniture, lighting and accessories to three-wheelers and snow blowers. Based on a well thought-out concept and a clear layout, Gessaga Hindermann have managed to prevent dieForm from degenerating into a trade exhibition.
Every product is individually showcased: emerging from an underlit background, illuminated products take pride of place on simple podiums. Rather than creating an atmosphere of solitude and emptiness, they have immense appeal. Visitors are able to focus on the products without being distracted by advertising or sales staff. Additional information about the product or brand can be accessed at any time via app or website. The designers have managed to create a fascinating exhibition where the product rather than the brand takes centre stage.
For their less-is-more approach and stylish staging, interior designers Gessaga Hindermann have now received the Red Dot Award in the Communication Design category. This internationally recognised award, hosted annually by the Design Zentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, awards a coveted Red Dot to the winners. An international jury of experts spent several days on site evaluating each of the 6,800 or so applications from 43 countries.
Gessaga Hindermann are designers and interior designers Jérôme Gessaga and Christof Hindermann. They founded the company in 2000 with the aim of developing and implementing projects in the interior design and product/exhibition design arenas. The company currently employs 6 people in the centre of Zurich.