Rado wins 2017 Red Dot Product Design Award

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Rado Ceramica
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Relaunched Rado Ceramica steals the spotlight

The iconic Rado Ceramica has been honoured with the 2017 Red Dot Product Design award. The Swiss watchmaker made waves in the design world last year with the relaunch of its one-of-a-kind Ceramica collection. In a collaboration with renowned industrial designer Konstantin Grcic, the brand updated its bold geometric timepiece with a contemporary look for the new generation.

Now with these latest design accolades from Red Dot, the new Ceramica joins Rado’s extensive array of award-winning timepieces.

Limited to just 701 pieces, Konstantin Grcic’s award-winning signature model stands out not only because of its velvety sandblasted finish, but also thanks to the creative use of typography on the dial. “In my opinion, the matt finish brings out the form of the watch much stronger,” says Grcic. “The design of the dials is bold and legible. I took inspiration from pilot watches—I like them for their straightforward, clear graphics.”

The iconic Rado Ceramica has been honoured with the 2017 Red Dot Product Design award
Konstantin Grcic

As the name suggests, the Ceramica is crafted from high-tech ceramic, a material favoured among many high-end watchmakers for its exceptional properties. Advances in technology, together with Grcic’s vision, have given rise to this masterful high-tech ceramic collection, which finds expression in the twenty models that now make up the new Ceramica family. The latest additions to the Ceramica collection feature—for the first time ever—automatic movements and grey high-tech ceramic.

The Red Dot Product Design award is an internationally recognised quality seal. From fashion and accessories to consumer electronics to vehicles, household helpers and furniture—manufacturers and designers of all kinds of different industrial products can enter the competition for the sought-after “Red Dot” prize in currently 31 categories.

 

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