For the second year in the row the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design honors the design of Robert Radi with a stunning four Good Design Awards.
Beverly Hills, CA (PRWEB) January 14, 2005 -- Once again Robert Radi has been
singled out by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design as a
winner of four 2004 Good Design Awards. Good Design, which was founded in 1950
by the Museum, is the oldest and most important international design
competition, recognizing designers and manufacturers for stretching the envelope
beyond what is considered standard product and consumer design into new and
innovative product concepts.
Robert Radi had previously received one 2002 Good Design Award and four 2003 Good Design Awards.
Robert Radi, a 33 years old - third generation designer, part time professor at Otis College for the past 8 years, principal of Radi Design and member of ADI one of the most prestigious design association in the world headquartered in Milan (Italy) was recognized for the design efforts performed on the following products:
1. Good Design™ Award: DermaNew Acne Firming/Resurfacing Tool
With a new fresh style, size and ergonomics this batteries operated device will be a central part in Q2 2005 of the patented and multi-award winning system by DermaNew.
2. Good Design™ Award: Razorback Integra - Motocross Goggle
Following the strong showing of the Razorback Quadra, the Integra will debut in a Limited Designer Edition by Robert Radi, in early spring.
3. Good Design™ Award: MOBIcam Wireless Monitoring System
Manufactured by market leader MOBI is scheduled to debut in Q2 2005. This wireless system is highly portable, with a flexible and adjustable design to fit in any environment.
4. Good Design™ Award: Scroll Container – Low Profile Cosmetic Jar
A wide range of applications are possible for this retractable labeling system, allowing fulfillment of extended labeling and marketing requirements.
As every year the Museum received several hundreds of submissions from 40 countries contributing to the international importance of the historic Good Design Award and Exhibition. The Jury selected a little over 150 products, representing 18 categories from consumer electronics to automotive/transportation, urban furniture/architecture, tabletop, kitchen and bath worthy of the Good Design Award.
Robert Radi expresses his outmost and sincere appreciation to the Jurors and promises to keep expressing excellence through his unique design approach and styling vision.
The Chicago Athenaeum Good Design Show—the annual exhibition of the Awards will open in Chicago in spring 2005. After the exhibition, the design of Robert Radi will be accessed into the Museum's Permanent Design Collection.
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To learn more about the design of Robert Radi and request a CD Portfolio you may visit http://www.radidesign.com or contact:
Radi Design, Inc.
8900 Olympic Blvd.
Beverly Hills, CA 90211
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