With winners chosen from around the world, these honors signify and recognize BLANCO’s innovative leadership in product design and engineering. “We are extremely grateful that our products are consistently awarded for their form and functionality,” states Tim Maicher, Director of Marketing for Blanco. “We are honored that CULINA has achieved global recognition in such a short time, and that its sophisticated look has generated tremendous excitement within the design community.”
BLANCO CULINA is the ultimate chef’s faucet – redefined with elegant lines and a breakthrough magnetic hook up with closed coil that offer effortless performance without entanglement. Leslie Clagett, founder of the KB Culture Awards states, “This design retains the functionality of a commercial faucet, but its styling and scale are just right for the home.”
About red dot product design award
The prize is an international benchmark for excellent design and is only awarded to particularly creative, innovative and high quality products. This year, the panel of experts had to judge a total of 4,333 products from 56 nations submitted by 164 companies.
About KB Culture Awards
KBCULTURE is a selective review of the products, places and perspectives central to kitchen and bath design. International in scope, it is produced by Leslie Clagett, who is an editor at publications ranging from arts to architecture to kitchen and baths, as well as, the author of he The New City Home.
The coveted 30-year-old IDEA competition draws hundreds of entries each year from over 29 countries around the world. Winners include stand outs from Method, Samsung, Herman Miller, Microsoft, OXO, Panasonic and more.