Bloom Lamp Wins 2011 Red Dot Design Award!

.MGX is thrilled to announce that the Bloom lamp designed by Patrick Jouin has won a 2011 Red Dot Award for outstanding product design. This marks the second prestigious award for this lamp – in 2010, the year of its launch, it also received a Good Design Award – and the third time that .MGX products have been acknowledged by Red Dot for their outstanding product design: in 2005, it was for the Lily.MGX by Janne Kyttanen; and then in 2006/2007, the Omi.MGX by Assa Ashuach received the coveted prize.

Inspired by flower blossoms found in nature, the Bloom table lamp features a shade which collapses and expands to release or contain light. The shade is 3D printed as a single piece, including hinges that in one movement, transform the shade from a bud to a blossom. And with the complexity of its design, the Bloom lamp succeeds in pushing even further the boundaries of 3D technologies.

The Red Dot product design competition has existed since 1955 and honors international excellence. Competition winners receive the Red Dot award which is a globally recognized seal of quality.


For more information visit: www.mgxbymaterialise.com/designers/designer/detail/detail/14 or www.patrickjouin.com

Photos: www.moss-gallery.com/artwork/1324945_Bloom_MGX_Lamp_Patrick_Jouin.html

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