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52 INDUSTRY PSI Journal 8-9/2016 www.psi-network.de CYBER-WEAR AWARD FOR FORD VIGNALE COLLECTION Developed as a highly exceptional collection in the premium sector, the Vignale Collection produced by cyber-Wear on behalf of Ford has now also been demonstrably acclaimed: In the Automotive Brand Contest 2016, the high-end products which flank the highest quality vehicle equipment line of Ford won the prize in the category “Future, Mobility & Parts”. The Vignale Collection, developed hand in hand by FordDesign and cyber-Wear, is made from exclusive materials andpartly produced using highly complex manual work. The collection includes bags and accessories made from finely grained, thick leather and pure silk, as well asespresso cupsmadefrom fine bone china. Many of the elegant lifestyle products were produced in collaboration with PSI suppliers. The collection is part of the concept of Ford Vignale which offers Ford customers a holistic service experience beyond luxury vehicle equipment. In the category “Future, Mobility & Parts” of the Automotive Design Contest, not only such luxury accessories can be submitted but also wheels, tyres, rims, technical accessories, trailers, lighting design, supplier parts, customised equipment, sports, outdoor and leisure products, as well as apparel, merchandise, car sharing models, mobility concepts, drive technologies, navigation and multimedia devices and lots more – and the Vignale Collection prevailed over all the submissions of its competitors. The Automotive Brand Contest is theonly international design competition for automotive brands and has become an important industry event in a very short time. The awards will be presented at the Salon “Mondial de l’Automobile” in Paris in October 2016. The collection is available at select Ford dealers and at www.vignalecollection.com and www.automotive-brand-contest.de < WELCOME HOME 2016 NEWS FROM THE RED SOFA For six successful years, November and December have been synonymous with “Welcome Home”! This year, the people from Daiber, Fare, Geiger-Notes, Halfar, Koziol, Jung Bonbonfabrik, ReflectsbyLM Accessoires, mbw and uma will be inviting their guests onto the red sofa and are looking forward to sharing their experience, to a great atmosphere and to introducing their new collections. Anyone interested in learning more about the Welcome Home Tour can do so at the new website: www.welcome-home-tour.de < CRIMEX RED DOT AWARD Excentra – The Sloping Plate (Schiefer Teller) from CRIMEX GmbH received the Red Dot Award, the international award for high design quality, in Essen on 4 July. According to CRIMEX, excentra is the first soup plate from which soup can be completely spooned without tipping and spilling. The asymmetric plane in the soup plate ensures an outflow of the liquid from the centre. Claus Roeting had already invented excentra 14 years ago, but at that time it was not yet technically possible to mould it so that it could be stacked in large quantities. Thanks to modern 3-D technology and the in-house designer Ramón López Mera, this is now possible. Thanks to its stackability, excentra is particularly suitable for catering. In addition, the Sloping Plate allows a visually appealing food presentation because excentra is not just a soup plate. Even meat, fish and pasta dishes cut an outstanding figure. www.schiefer-teller.de < Happy faces at the night of the award.

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