Electrolux Professional’s new flagships – SkyLine Cook&Chill and Line 6000 Washers and Dryers – have been awarded by the GOOD DESIGN® Awards Program. The awards honor the yearly achievements of the best industrial and graphic designers and well-established global manufacturers for their pursuit of extraordinary design excellence and innovation.
When it comes to design, innovation, excellence, and teamwork, we couldn’t imagine a better way to inaugurate 2020.
Our new SkyLine Cook&Chill and Line 6000 Washers and Dryers have won the Good Design® award from The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design.
Launched in 2019, these two flagships of Electrolux Professional’s product portfolio have been announced by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design as two of the stars of the GOOD DESIGN® Awards Program, the oldest and most prestigious global awards program – synonymous with the leading and best contemporary design produced around the world.
For this year’s historic 69th edition, over 900 new products and graphic designs were selected from over 47 countries in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Americas.
Following the original 1950’s program, the emphasis of GOOD DESIGN® is on quality design from the innovation and functionality point of view, or even the ecological impact of each product selected. The SkyLine Cook&Chill and the Line 6000 Washers and Dryers fulfill precisely these requirements. These two ranges perfectly represent Electrolux Professional’s mission to provide solutions designed to make the customers’ work-life easier, more profitable – and truly sustainable every day, thanks to outstanding ergonomics and usability, unmatched efficiency and performance.
“We are proud of this recognition coming from the most prominent global award program, that honors the best of the best in modern design since 1950, worldwide”, commented Michele Cadamuro, Head of Experience Design at Electrolux Professional. “My big thank you goes to the team that has passionately worked behind the scenes of the projects that paved the way to the launch and achievement of these two champion ranges.”