CARL. System at the German Design Award exhibition

The Museum Angewandte Kunst in Frankfurt am Main hosted the exhibition for the German Design Award 2022 in February. The CARL System of Resuscitec GmbH has recently been awarded the German Design Award in the category Excellent Product Design – Medical, Rehabilitation and Health Care and will be presented in Frankfurt in various installations and on large screens.

The German Design Award was established as a foundation in 1953 on the initiative of the German Bundestag. It exclusively honors projects that are groundbreaking in the German and international design landscape. Since 2012, the respective Committee has been identifying and rewarding significant design trends and presenting them to a broad public. Every year, exceptional submissions in the categories product design, communication design and architecture are evaluated.

The German Design Award places the highest demands on the selection of its winners: In a unique nomination process, companies whose products and communication design services are demonstrably convincing in terms of their design quality are invited to participate.

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