RIG-TIG by STELTON storage boxes

RIG-TIG takes an international design award again

RIG-TIG by STELTON has just received the prestigious Red Dot Design Award. RIG-TIG wins in the category ’product design’ with the series of white, stylish and stackable storage boxes. The international jury emphasizes the series of boxes for the high quality of design. The pastry roller with mat from RIG-TIG has additionally been awarded an “honourable mention” for an outstandingly designed detail solution.

 

Inspired by NY-skyline
With the minimalistic design and the slim silhouette the series easily takes your thoughts to the NY-skyline - whether the boxes stand alone or they are stacked. The storage boxes can be combined and stacked as you wish on a stylish tray made of bamboo. The lids of the boxes are made of WPC (Wooden Plastic Composite). This is a material where 30% wood has been added to the plastic. 

 

“We are more than excited about the award and honourable mention of two products that are core to the RIG-TIG by STELTON concept. We offer kitchenware with the values: Function, design and resources – at affordable prices. The award for ”high design quality” underlines in a great way that you can get your hands on great design without spending a small fortune”, says Mette Ramlow, brand manager for RIG-TIG by STELTON.

 

RIG-TIG by STELTON is a new brand, launched in the autumn of 2011. The series is the new, modern brand in kitchenware that brings function and design into the kitchen. The philosophy is that all products should have the optimal functionality without compromising on design. RIG-TIG also focus on resources and reduce the impact on the environment where it’s possible and makes sense.

 RIG-TIG Red Dot award 2012

About Red Dot Design Award

Red Dot Design Award, which has existed since 1955, is one of the most prestigious design competitions in the world. It consists of the categories ’product design’, ’communication design’ and ’design concept’. This year more than 1800 manufacturers and designers from 58 different countries entered the competition.