Philips takes home awards
MURRYSVILLE, Pa. – Philips has received 37 “Red Dot Awards” for product design, including a “high design” award for its DreamWear CPAP mask. The DreamWear features an under-the-nose cushion and a hollow frame to allow airflow to pass through. The “Red Dot” jury comprises 41 independent designers, design professors and specialized journalists. They evaluate entries based on degree of innovation, functionality, ergonomics, quality, symbolic and emotional content, ecological compatibility and durability. The “Red Dot” award follows an iF Design Award for the DreamWear and a Providers’ Choice Gold Award at Medtrade Spring for the DreamStation CPAP machine. Philips has a team of more than 400 designers in 15 studios around the world, from the Netherlands to Asia.