Oxo: Green Good Design Awards 2020
Noken's Oxo taps receive the Green Good Design Award 2020 in the "Green Product Design" category.
The awards recognise innovation in product design and proposals for progress towards a healthier lifestyle and a more sustainable environment.
The Oxo series of taps has been recognised by the famous Green Good Design Awards 2020, one of the most prestigious international design awards, organised each year by The Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in collaboration with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
The award distinguishes Oxo in the 'Green Product Design' category for its ability to "design a better world".
Oxo is part of the Signature Collection, a premium collection designed exclusively by Noken from Porcelanosa Group, with the brand's hallmark of quality. Its energetic and futuristic aesthetic is inspired by aerodynamic design. Designed as a sculptural piece that promotes sustainability, the taps have cutting-edge metal finishes and are carefully designed to promote ecological awareness, limiting water consumption to a maximum of 5L/min and with a cold opening, a temperature control that contributes to energy savings. This is a WaterForest design, the eco-conscious concept developed by the firm.
Moreover, the Oxo taps from Noken picked the IF Design Awards 2020 in the Products section and Bathrooms category.
About Good Design
For the last 70 years, Good Design has been awarding the best and most contemporary industrial designs for consumer products, graphics and packaging created in Europe, Asia, Africa, North America and South America. A programme created in Chicago by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles y Ray Eames and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr that places value on responsible design at the service of people and a more sustainable future.