Best Product Design of 2006 Awards

July 6, 2006 at 9:44 pm Leave a comment

BusinessWeek has coverage of the Best Product Design of 2006 Awards. For the first time, this year ISDA presented awards in “ecodesign”, something we hotly follow here at ecoaesthete.

Two office chairs (Zody and Celle[right]), a pair of Mion water shoes designed for Timberland, and a digital carpet-sampling system that did away with the fabric won.

Most notably, Jurors weren’t happy with the low number of entries. “The design community is not knowledgeable in this,” said jury Chair Conley. “Architecture is better.”


Entry filed under: Eco Design, Eco Products.

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Eco-Aesthete is a blog for those who think that hippy is turning hip, thanks to fresh creative design focused on sustainability.


We hope to soon be opening an online store selling post-consumer recycled fashion and design products.

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