BergHOFF design to impact future living
“Europe’s 40 under 40” spotlights and identifies a new generation of European architects and design professionals who will, according to the jury, impact future living and working environments in Europe and around the world.
Heusden-Zolder, October 2009 – The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies and The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design received hundreds of submissions from architecture and industrial design and manufacturing firms from all across Europe for the 2009 “40 under 40” program. Frederik Aerts from BergHOFF Worldwide was selected as one of the 40 most promising design talents on the merit of design innovation with the emphasis on exploring new ideas and approaches to contemporary design.
Previously his designs of the Neo cooking pot line, the Neo coffee cups and saucers and the Zeno mixing bowls were awarded with the Good Design Award, the Red Dot Award, the Henry van de Velde label and the “Design Preis Deutschland”. The Neo cook pot was also selected as one of the 100 most beautiful objects in the world for 2009 by Pulchra.org.
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Neo cutting board takes bamboo to the highest design level.
Prize of Prizes nomination for BergHOFF
The perfect incentive for coffee lovers: the clipping scoop
Tub of tools: revolvingly smart
2 Red Dots for BergHOFF
Expressive finesse: the white Auriga cookware
10 piece knife block
New shopconcept for BergHOFF
BergHOFF Worldwide at 2010 Shanghai Worldexpo
Cool design: Zeno champagne cooler and ice bucket
An example of future design
Mix, store and serve in 1 award-wining bowl
Consumers join international design experts
BergHOFF cookware: 1 of the 100 most beautiful objects in the world
15 years of high quality design at affordable prices