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The Scan 85 wood burning stove clearly convinced the judges in the red dot design award, one of the most renowned international product competitions. Scan has, for the second time, been awarded the β€œred dot” seal of quality for high design quality by the jury with its panel of highly respected experts. More than 1,000 guests from the world of design, industry, society and media will celebrate the winners of the red dot design award on 4 July 2011, which takes place in Essen’s opera house, Aalto Theater. The Scan woodstove will then be put on public display during a four-week special exhibition in the red dot design museum.

Scan 85 is a large woodstove with perfect proportions and design that creates a solid relationship between form and function. The elegant handle is flush with the stove’s external shape; with a light push the handle is released and easy to use. The door has an innovative (patented) solution, where it slides around the stove, and that gives the whole product an exclusive feel. An ash solution with a high level of ergonomic and user friendly design makes maintenance easy. The large curved glass and the caved designed burn chamber magnifies the visible fire and creates a beautiful vision of the flames, which propels the ground breaking designed Scan 85 into another class compared to the competition.

The red dot design award dates back to 1955 and is now the world’s largest and most distinguished design competition. It breaks down into the three disciplines β€˜red dot award: product design’, β€˜red dot award: communication design’ and β€˜red dot award: design concept’. There were almost 14,000 entries from 68 countries in the year 2010 alone.

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