TMH Wins Good Design Awards 2020

21
December

TMH was named a winner of Good Design Awards 2020 in the «Transportation» category for its Brand DNA Concept.

The new design language of TMH, unified for all future products of the company, was created in 2019 in partnership with Italdesign, a European design studio. The National Center for Industrial Design and Innovations 2050.LAB is responsible for the harmonization of the Brand-DNA with transport standards and regulations, which includes finalizing design solutions, implementation of new materials, and training of the staff.

Eugene Maslov, Chief Designer of TMH: “Good Design Awards is the White Whale of every designer. It places us among the leading players and incentivizes us to move forward – the creative team as well as our partners. We continue to work on implementing elements of this design language in real-life products that will change the look of public transportation”.

Good Design Awards is an international competition in industrial and graphic design, established in 1950. It is presented by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum and European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design, and Urban Studies.

In its 70th iteration, the program received a record-breaking number of applications from 48 countries in 29 nominations. TMH’s design concept was named one of the winners in the “Transportation” category, among Ferrari, Hyundai, and Nissan.

Ioannis Karalias, Vice-president of Athenaeum: “Good Design acknowledges leading players of the design and production industry. Our nominees represent the best that industrial design has to offer today – from a tablespoon to a city: sustainability, craftsmanship, and functionality”.

Earlier this year TMH’s brand DNA won a Red Dot Design 2020 award in the category “Design Concept”. The award committee highly acknowledged the innovative approach to the creation of transport vehicles.

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