International Design Award: Three models from Mercedes-Benz win the 2009 GOOD DESIGN Award
Stuttgart, The renowned Chicago Athenaeum - Museum of Architecture and Design has given three Mercedes-Benz models a singular honour by pre-senting the E-Class, the E-Class Coupé and the SLR Stirling Moss with the GOOD DESIGN® Award - the oldest award for outstanding product design.
The Chicago Athenaeum - Museum of Architecture has been presenting its international GOOD DESIGN® Award for the world’s most innovative and well-designed products each year since 1950. This year the institution decided to present three Mercedes-Benz models with the GOOD DESIGN® Award - the E-Class, the E-Class Coupé and the SLR Stirling Moss.
In the previous two years, the jury for the GOOD DESIGN® Award also recognised the high design quality of Mercedes-Benz automobiles by presenting the award to the GLK and the C-Class.
The former curator of the Museum of Modern Art, Edgar Kaufmann Jr., founded the Chicago Athenaeum - Museum of Architecture sixty years ago, together with the major modern design pioneers Charles and Ray Eames, Russel Wright, George Nelson and Eero Saarinen.
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