Jess Design is German Design Award Winner 2018!
Dutch brand Jess Design from Oss, the Netherlands has been awarded the German Design Award 2018! This international prize has been awarded to Jess Design in the category ‘Excellent Product Design’, with the Earl with armsupport. The German Design Award, launched in 2012, is considered as one of the most respected design competitions in the world, with participants from all over the world.
Director and owner of Jess Design, Maarten van de Goor: “We are extremely happy with the German Design Award 2018 title. It is a reward for our persistent and wayward way of working, and a reward for our collection. Existing customers get a confirmation that Jess Design is the right choice, and of course we hope to convince potential prospects even more of our collection with their characteristic design elements. Whatever atmosphere one wishes to achieve, a carefully elected item of Jess Design emphasizes the experience of every interior design.
The German Design Council in Germany is the highest authority on the field of developments in the design industry and has the aim of discovering, presenting and awarding these new design trends. In May 2017, Jess Design was nominated for this leading award, which is a great achievement on itself given the fact that high standards are handled during the selection of nominees. Only products that are distinctive and groundbreaking through their superb design are nominated.
The winners were chosen during a two-day jury session. The international jury was put together from design experts from all disciplines in the world of business, education, science and design, and all were authorities in their own discipline. “The Earl with arm support is part of a big family of design furniture. We’re looking forward to presenting the whole collection during the international interior show Imm Cologne. This takes place from the 15th until the 21th of January, and we can be found at Hall 11, together with other winners of the German Design Award”, says Maarten van de Goor.