Good Design Awards 2017
The annual Good Design Awards 2017 of the Chicago Athenaeum were awarded recently. Thousands of designs in different categories from more than 55 countries were sent to Chicago for this competition.
Angelo Totem, a design by interior architect Leo Aerts/Alinea, received an award in the “household” category. For Leo Aerts, this is already his 7th Good Design Award that he has received from the United States. This is another recognition for Leo Aerts and his design agency Alinea in Geel, which continuously opts for top quality in interior architecture and design.
Angelo Totem is a stack of 4 elements in different materials, comprising together three objects with different functions (flower vase, fruit bowl, cheese board/cake dish). The different components are mutually compatible, so that different combinations are possible. The user creates his own combination. The Angelo Totem will be for sale as from the end of October 2018.
Good Design Awards Foundation
Founded in Chicago in 1950 with the collaboration of America’s most important designers, such as Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, George Nelson, Florence Knoll and Harry Bertoia, the Chicago Athenaeum’s Good Design Awards is the oldest and most important institute in the world for the promotion of good designs. You can find more information about Good design Awards on www.good-designawards.com and on www.chicagoathenaeum.org .