German brand Loewe is celebrating after picking up two titles at the 63rd iF Design Awards ceremony in Munich.
The TV and audio brand, based in Kronach, beat over 5,500 entries from 59 countries to win two Gold Awards, the company has announced.
The first award came for its bild 7, the brand’s first OLED television. The panel was won over by Loewe’s design approach and use of materials, describing the bild 7 as a “television that would blend perfectly within any contemporary environment, thanks to harmoniously co-ordinating colours and finishes”.
Loewe also picked up one of the prizes for its klang 5 speakers. The judges described the speakers as “an exemplary blend of functionality and aesthetics” thanks to Loewe’s approach to disguising cables, and quality of sound and design.
Several other products, including the bild 3 and klang 5 subwoofer, also picked up awards at the ceremony, Loewe adds.
Loewe managing partner Mark Hüsges commented: “Loewe televisions stand for outstanding, almost sculptural design, combined with the very latest technology including OLED and Dolby Vision™. This symbiosis of pure aesthetics and cutting-edge technology is at the foundation of our company and the devices we make. We are delighted that our efforts have been recognised by the accolade of two iF Gold Awards.”