Consumer, Trade, Wholesale
Red dot award for luminaire with OSRAM LED module DRAGONpuck
One of the sought-after red dot awards went to a customer from OSRAM for his beautiful desk luminaire "Leda". The designer luminaire is equipped with the OSRAM LED module DRAGONpuck.
Competition was big at this year's red dot awards: 1,800 manufacturers and designers had applied for the renowned award. One of the sought-after red dot awards 2012, "Product Design", went to Polish designer and OSRAM customer Jeremi Nagrabecki for his desk luminaire "Leda" which uses the OSRAM LED module DRAGONpuck as light source.
The "Leda" desk luminaire combines hand-shaped glass with the most state-of-the-art in light technology – LEDs. Although the whole luminaire is made of transparent glass, it is hard to make out what is glowing in this luminaire. The high-quality OSRAM LED module DRAGONpuck is hidden under the luminaire’s base and the light is directed fibre-optically through the luminaire’s swanlike neck (hence the name Leda) - straight onto the book being read or the computer keyboard.
General information about the red dot award
The red dot design award, which dates back to 1955, is one of the most important and renowned design competitions in the modern world. This year 1,800 manufacturers and designers from almost 60 countries went on the hunt for the coveted red dot – the quality seal for aesthetic forms and sustainable trends. 4,515 products were submitted for assessment to the jury of 30 international experts. In the end only the best of the best managed to win through.