Philips scoops four Red Dot Design Awards across TV and sound
Philips is the recipient of four awards for outstanding product design in the 2022 Red Dot Awards. These are spread across seven new products each created by TP Vision’s dedicated European Design team based in Amsterdam.
Philips branded 2022 Red Dot award winners include:
- Philips Ambilight TV OLED+ 907 – minimalist design with natural materials including Kvadrat acoustic fabric wrapping the integrated Bowers & Wilkins sound solution, a dark satin aluminium swivel stand and Muirhead leather wrapped remote control.
Philips Ambilight TV OLED+ 937 (pictured above) – Kvadrat wrapped Bowers & Wilkins sound base, dark satin aluminium detailing, four-sided Ambilight, Muirhead leather wrapped remote control.
- Philips Fidelio wireless home sound products featuring natural materials including metal speaker mesh with Muirhead leather detailing.
- Philips Sports Bluetooth speakers (pictured below) – extending the concept of rugged, stylish and great sounding outdoor products from headphones to portable audio in two sizes with two different colour offerings.
For more than 60 years, the Red Dot awards have been recognising the best in product design in terms of functionality, quality, ergonomics and innovation, plus more recently durability and ecological compatibility. All factors leading to the awards becoming one of the most sought after international distinctions for outstanding design.
The 2022 awards saw more than 5,500 products submitted, from companies large and small, from all over the globe. Products are judged based on nine attributes by an independent panel of 50 International professionals in a session lasting several days.
Commenting on the new awards, Rod White, Chief Design Officer for TP Vision, said: “The Red Dot Awards are amongst the highest accolades that the professional design community can bestow and to win such an award is a natural highpoint of our year. I’m delighted that once again Red Dot Awards has acknowledged our unique approach to consumer electronics product design. We consciously avoid focusing on superficiality and try to create something that will retain and grow the customer’s pride of ownership from the point of purchase and throughout the product’s life.”