DURABLE Monitor Mounts receive duo of awards

Receiving praise for 'exceptional innovative achievement' and a 'successful marriage of form and functionality,' DURABLE's Monitor Mounts have been recognised by both the German Design Council and the jury of the iF Design Award. 

The DURABLE Monitor Mounts have been named the winner of the German Innovation Awards 2021 and have a 'Special Mention' from the jury of the 2021 iF Design Awards. The German Innovation Award assesses products and solutions from all industries. The focus is on user-friendly, innovative designs that benefit people in unprecedented ways. It is presented by the German Design Council.

The winners of 2021 iF Design Award were chosen by a jury consisting of 98 international experts, who first had to assess a total of 9,059 submissions. The jury not only gave marks for originality, functionality, and innovativeness, but also for the degree to which the products benefit workplaces, society, and the environment at large.

Martina Heiland, Head of DURABLE's PR said, "our monitor stands combine functionality with aesthetic appeal and enable users to work on their screens more ergonomically and more efficiently. Users attest to the all-around success of our design – and so do juries of experts."

The functional design elements of the DURABLE Monitor Mounts make working with a screen more ergonomic. The adjustable mechanical elements allow each user to adjust the height, angle, and distance of the monitor to fit their individual needs.

Martha added, "We focus on sustainable design. Thanks to timeless aesthetic appeal, robust materials and premium workmanship, DURABLE products are ideal for any and every workplace. Consumers who choose DURABLE products know they're choosing efficient, reliable solutions that will enhance their work environment long-term."

Company Details

DURABLE UK LTD

10 Nimrod Way
Wimborne
BH21 7SH
UNITED KINGDOM

01202 897071

www.durable-uk.com

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