Magisso Vertigo Fruit Plate Wins GOOD DESIGN Award
The Magisso Vertigo Fruit Plate designed by Simon Stevens has been awarded by the Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design and The European Centre for Architecture Art with the GOOD DESIGN award.
Magisso Vertigo Fruit Plate keeps fruit fresh for longer. Waved surface minimizes the contact between the fruit and the plate. It allows air to flow around the fruit and slows the ripening. The elegant surface pattern prevents the fruit from rolling off the plate and allows you to create beautiful – and long-lasting arrangements easily. Magisso Vertigo Fruit Plate is made of pressure casted ceramics. Each plate is hand-finished with food safe metallic glazing.
Founded in Chicago in 1950 by the iconic architects and designers Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames and Edgar Kaufmann Jr., GOOD DESIGN is the oldest and the world’s most recognized program for design excellence worldwide. The GOOD DESIGN program receives thousands of submissions yearly from the world’s leading design companies representing the most important and critical mass of influencers in the industry.