Green Good Design Award for easy pieces by Brühl
Kati Meyer-Brühl wins 25th design award for her 2010 design easy pieces.
easy pieces‘ distinct shape is defined by constructive and transparent design as well as clear and linear contours. The cubic backrest elements lie loose on a solid wood base frame. They can be rearranged according to preference by turning them whichever way to create new, individual colour combinations and moods, time and again – especially effective in contrasting colours. The covers of the fabric-versions are also removable, making the basic model last practically a lifetime.
The entire production process is guided by the principle of sustainability. The range includes sofas, armchairs, recamiers, daybeds and an outdoor version.
The design has now won the Green Good Design Award for the combination of strict adherence to eco-friendly principles with individual design. The award is bestowed annually to products which are particularly outstanding in terms of sustainable design, thereby contributing to raising the sustainability awareness of a broader consumer audience.
The Green Good Design Award emerged from the Good Design Award, the most renowned international design award.
See http://www.bruehl.com for further information on easy pieces and brühl’s comprehensive sustainability principles.