Accent on Design Winners Noted at NY Now

NY NowNEW YORK-Three companies exhibiting at NY Now have received Accent on Design awards in recognition of product design excellence, innovation and creativity.

Awards were presented in the categories of Excellence in Product Design, Best New Collection and Excellence in Booth Design. These awards are determined by the Accent on Design Selection committee.

Pablo of San Francisco received the Excellence in Product Design for Circa, a flat-panel LED light source that redefines ambient lighting by combining seamless movement with warm and balanced illumination. Creative Danes, Inc./Menu of Carlsbad, Calif. received the Best New Collection award for Menu, a collection of functional living, dining and outdoor products. LEFF of Amsterdam, The Netherlands received the Excellence in Booth Design for a tactile representation of materials and "creating the most appropriate backdrop for their material-centric clocks."

"Accent on Design continues its longstanding tradition of introducing innovative and emerging product designers and designs to the home and lifestyle market," said Jaime Sikorjak, Accent on Design sales manager. "This summer, the resources were especially impressive, with an incredible amount of innovative, new products. The selection committee was especially impressed with the caliber of design among its newcomers this market."

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