I am honored to receive the Red Dot Award 2014 on behalf og Per-Johan Sandlund, Linda Natalia Tunheim and I for the project WARM.
We could not be happier to receive recognition for what we consider a very important product. WARM is a novel hypothermia treatment device and has the potential to save thousands of lives worldwide. What started as a student project has now moved into a full-fledged commercial project. We are currently developing our prototype unit together with Otivio AS with a patent pending.
I was also joined by a graduate friend of mine – Tina Alnæs – winning two Red Dot Awards for her project Go, including Red Dot Best of the Best!
We are also very proud of our alma mater, The Oslo School of Architecture and Design, which is now ranked the 6th best design school in the world thanks to our Red Dot Awards.
Don’t forget to check out the rest of the photos from the Red Dot Prize Ceremony.