Good Design Comes Out On Top
Four times our product design has been decorated in 2012. The stool sixteen, the nesting box twitter and the doormat camino were nominated for the German Design Award. The Christmas tree stand halleluja convinced the jury of the internationally renowned Red Dot Design Award and was awarded a “Winner 2012” in the category “household”.
Designed, manufactured and stored in one of the most beautiful regions of Germany. Under this motto our products recently moved to our new, idyllically situated warehouse.
The project flying houses (“fliegende häuser”) is designed for individualists, minimalists and lovers of architecture. Generously glazed housing modules allow for a completely different quality of living in the garden. Set onto supporting stands of different height, the flying house becomes a tree house. An adventure for those who kept the ability to dream. Various design and equipment options offer freedom for your individuality and requirements.
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Red Dot Award 2012 for keilbach
In July the Christmas tree stand halleluja designed by Peter Keilbach received the Red Dot Design Award 2012, one of the most renowned international design awards. During one year halleluja will now be featured at the Red Dot Museum at Zeche Zollverein, the world's largest permanent exhibition of contemporary design.
Picture: Maria Keilbach, Peter Keilbach, Anna Keilbach
Red Dot Award 2011 for keilbach
In March our doormat camino received the much sought-after Red Dot Award 2011. Red Dot is the world's leading design award and a worldwide recognized quality seal for highest design competence. 1.700 companies from 60 countries participated with 4.500 products in this year's competition.
Picture: Anna Keilbach, Peter Keilbach
Mia Seeger Award 2010
What characterizes good design? How are the young design talents in Germany doing? These and other questions were answered by designer Peter Keilbach (member of the jury) and Prof. Monika Daldrop-Weidmann (chairwoman of Mia Seeger Foundation) at a panel discussion during the awarding of the renowned Mia Seeger Award 2010 to outstanding young design talents.
Picture: Host Markus Brock, Prof. Monika Daldrop-Weidmann, Peter Keilbach