The international arms of many major appliance brands in the Australian market have been rewarded for their innovative and clever product design at the 2015 iF Design Awards.  While many of the product codes of the winning appliances aren’t an exact match to products available in Australia, Appliance Retailer would like to congratulate the following suppliers on a job well done.

Bosch, one of the most successful companies in the history of the awards, picked up a swag of iF Design Awards for its built-in ovens, cooktops, refrigerators and built-in coffee machines. Playing on home turf, the German brand scored 23 iF awards for major kitchen appliances.

Fellow German brand Miele won an iF award for the Miele K 30000 fully integrated range, which includes fridge, freezer and fridge/freezer models.

Samsung's waterwall dishwasher.
Samsung’s waterwall dishwasher.

Samsung picked up four iF Awards one for its new Water Wall dishwasher, MW8000J microwave and two refrigerators including a Food Showcase model.

LG’s French Door Refrigerator (LMXS30776S) was also awarded an iF award, as was the Liebherr BlackSteel Side-by-Side Refrigerator.

Two Electrolux dishwashers made the cut, including the RealLife Range dishwasher and Design Line dishwasher. Staying within the Electrolux brand house, AEG MaxiSense Combi Induction Cooktop and AEG CombiProFreshPlusRange FS Refrigerator also picked up iF awards.

Fisher &Paykel’s Gas Flush Steel cooktop and a Haier refirgerator made the iF list of winners.

Blanco won three iF Design Awards for its Adon and Jaron sinks and the Felisa faucet.

See the small appliances which picked up iF Design Awards 2015 here.