An excel spreadsheet listing the 1,628 recipients of the 2015 iF Design Awards arrived in the Appliance Retailer inbox today. The international design competition attracted 4,783 entries from 2,102 participants based in 53 countries. The winners were chosen by a jury comprised of international experts who convened in Hamburg in late January.
Breville kicked off the celebrations earlier this week, picking up iF Design Awards for the Oracle espresso machine and Smart Waffle Pro.
Other small appliance and personal care brands which received awards include…
Kenwood picked up three iFDesign Awards for Chef XL Sense kitchen machine, Kenwood Multipro Micro Mini Food Processor and the MultiOne kitchen machine. Also in small appliances, Braun’s Identity Collection, which we can expect to arrive in Australia later this year, picked up an iF Design Award.
We’re still waiting for the Australian launch, but two of Smeg’s stylish new line of smalls were awarded iF Design Awards, the SMF01 Stand Mixer and Two Slice Toaster .
With a design inspired by professional chefs, the Electrolux Masterpiece Collection now carries the iF Design Award logo.
Bosch MaxxiMUM Kitchen machine also picked up an iF Award. The 1600 watt powerhouse comes with over 120 functions and includes accessories such as a 5.4 litre
stainless steel mixing bowl, high performance stainless steel and height adjustable: kneading hook, full-metal beating whisk and silicone stirring whisk.
Philips capsule coffee machine Senseo also made the cut, as did its Avance rice cooker and Powercube Air purifier.
In personal care, Philips Shaver Series 9000 were recognised. Panasonic’s er-gb80 beard trimmer was the iF jury’s choice for sculpting designer facial hair and Braun Series 9 shavers also made the cut.