Stylepark Selected Award 2021

With the Stylepark Selected Award 2021, Stylepark honours the best new products of the year. These are the award winners.

Since 2018, Stylepark has presented the Stylepark Selected Award to outstanding new products at the respective trade fairs in the design and architecture sector. This year, the Stylepark Selected Award will be awarded independently of the trade fairs. In addition to typological and design diversity, the selection reflects innovative approaches that integrate themes such as sustainable production, new technologies or products for hygiene in public spaces. The award offers an overview of current design developments and serves as a guide for architects, designers, journalists and design lovers.


Design: Gensler

Jury statement: "Mixu" offers a system that includes a series of material components that allow almost limitless design possibilities. In addition, the upholstery of the backrest and the seat, as well as the polyurethane foam filling, are attached without the use of glue or staples.


Design: Mario Cucinella

Jury statement: "Flexia" by Artemide is reminiscent of an artistic origami crane and can be used as a pendant or wall lamp. The integrated acoustic panels and a rotation mechanism on the wings allow for a variety of uses.


"AXOR One"
Design: Barber Osgerby

Jury statement: The "AXOR One" collection combines sophisticated technology in the form of convenient all-in-one control with timeless design. AXOR has thus developed a new archetype for the bathroom that is convincing in terms of both function and design.

B&B Italia

Design: Piero Lissoni

Jury statement: The outdoor furniture collection "Borea" evokes the glamour of past air travel. In addition, the chairs, side tables, dining tables, two-seater as well as three-seater sofas and armchairs are made of aluminum with a construction principle that allows sustainable separation of the individual components.


Design: Dominik Tesseraux

Jury statement: "BetteAir" is the world’s first shower tile made of glazed titanium steel that can be glued directly onto the screed enabling floor level installation.


Design: Steffen Kehrle

Jury statement: With "Nate" from Brunner, nature and technology come together in an innovative way. The wooden furniture collection of chairs, tables, benches, bar stools and stools combines clever design in the form of a frame made of 100 percent recycled plastic with sustainable production.


"Sol Side Table"
Design: OrtegaGuijarro

Jury statement: Thanks to the transparency of the material and the charming light effects on the surface, "Sol" by ClassiCon can be easily integrated into any interior design and still sets a visibly contemporary accent.


Design: Dallmer

Jury statement: The square stainless steel grates of the new "ColourCollection" from Dallmer bring color into the bathroom. Designers can choose between black, white or 14 RAL shades and now have the opportunity to play with contrasts and color accents.


Design: David Thulstrup

Jury statement: Inspired by the Art Deco era, David Thulstrup has created diverse monoliths for e15 with the "Tore" family of side tables, which also function wonderfully as a sculptural landscape in combination thanks to their clear geometry.


Design: Tristan Lohner

Jury statement: Table lamp, hand lamp, wall lamp, pendant lamp – the mobile LED lamp "Aplô" by Fermob offers a wide range of applications indoors and outdoors. Matching accessories such as a hanging strap or a wall mount are available for additional flexibility.


Design: Piero Lissoni

Jury statement: With four LED luminaire types in different sizes, heights, optics and luminous intensities, the "Pointbreak" outdoor luminaire collection from Flos enables aesthetic lighting solutions for ceilings, walls and floors. In addition, there is a glare-free lighting, whose soft glow was modeled on a candle.


Design: RelvãoKellermann

Jury statement: As a natural further development of the successful normcore collection, "pony" picks up on its formal language and yet shows its own character. The fabrics for the seat of "pony" are made from recycled plastic waste - in combination with the high level of in-house production and the focus on wood as a natural material, the design by RelvãoKellermann is conceived as sustainable in its entirety.


Design: Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec

Jury statement: With its first collection, Kvadrat Shade presents a system for high-quality roller blind solutions that can add visual, acoustic and thermal value to any room.


Design: Julian and David Löhr

Jury statement: The chair "Jazz" is based on a rhythmic basic order, which analogously to the improvisation in the eponymous musical style forms the framework for a free language of form. With it, the Berlin design label Loehr makes a new and fresh contribution to the typology of the dining room chair.

Martinelli Luce

Design: Studio Habits

Jury statement: A light ribbon in the truest sense of the word: "Elastica" by Martinelli Luce consists of an elastic fabric with a dimmable LED strip. In combination with a cylindrical base and a ceiling mount, the luminaire can be stretched in any conceivable way in the room.


Design: Peter Fehrentz

Jury statement: The "Cut" table from More plays with contrasts and allows solid wood to meet a geometry of table legs that are gently ground inwards. The result is a sculptural piece of furniture that appears monumental and delicate at the same time.


Design: Sebastian Herkner

Jury statement:
With "Blume", Sebastian Herkner designed a collection for Pedrali that impresses with a refined profile, plenty of comfort and a luxurious feel. Gently curved, it looks as if armrests, feet and backrests merge seamlessly into one another.


Design: Sebastian Herkner

Jury statement: With a diameter of 32 centimetres each and in two sizes, the round, column-shaped "imi" side tables are thus not only very practical, but also contribute to a creative atmosphere in the room with numerous possible colour variations of their ceramic elements.

Rolf Benz

Design: Luca Nichetto

Jury statement: An armchair like a hammock: "Jack" by Rolf Benz consists of a black steel frame, a leather shell and a matching stool. The armchair presents itself as a comfortable all-rounder and looks like a homage to the "Flag Halyard Armchair" by Hans J. Wegner.


"Lisa Swing"
Design: Marcello Ziliani

Jury statement: With "Lisa Swing" for S•CAB, architect and designer Marcello Ziliani has created a seat swing that also offers adults the wonderfully light feeling of swinging while at the same time being comfortable enough to relax for a while.

"Reflex² Floor"
Design: Jean-Marc da Costa

Jury statement: "Reflex² Floor" by distributes the light in the room via a filigree aluminum frame structure with the help of integrated LED boards. The ceiling floodlight convinces with its fine lines, which give it an almost immaterial appearance.


"Plant Worlds"
Design: USM

Jury statement: With the new "Plant Worlds" from USM, the USM Haller modular furniture system can be supplemented with insertable shelves with pot recesses. Five sizes and 14 USM colors allow for individual selection options for diversely greened rooms.

Villeroy & Boch

Design: Villeroy & Boch

Jury statement: With a maximum of 4.5 litres per flush, "TwistFlush" saves water as a resource. Thanks to the almost complete surface flush, water splashes and aerosols can also be avoided. With "TwistFlush", Villeroy & Boch offers a future-oriented sanitary technology that is hygienic, sustainable and also low-noise.


Design: Torben Madsen

Jury statement: Vola presents "RS11", an elegant design for touch-free dispensers of soap and hand sanitising gel that can be harmoniously integrated into any interior design.

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"Lounge Chair Slope"
Design: Steinbauer Design

Jury statement: With its "Lounge Chair Slope" Oechsler has come up with a case study that illustrates what is currently possible for the furniture industry in terms of customization by using 3D printing onto plastics.


Design: Stefan Diez

Jury statement: By using a textile strip and various lighting fixtures, each room can be individually illuminated - the prototype of the "Plusminus" collection presented in 2019 was further developed by Diez Office into a revolutionary system.