Wit Chair Selected by the Architizer A+ Awards and The Architect’s Newspaper Best of Products Awards
WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT, USA, September 20, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — The Wit Chair by Wit Design has been recognized as one of the best residential furniture products of the year by two prestigious Architecture and Design industry organizations, Architizer and The Architect’s Newspaper. The chair was selected as an Architizer A+ Award Special Mention and also received an Honorable Mention distinction by The Architect’s Newspaper.
The Architizer A+ Awards is the largest awards program committed to promoting and celebrating the year’s most outstanding architecture and products. Its mission is to nurture the appreciation of meaningful architecture and products in the world and champion its potential for a positive impact on everyday life. Entries are judged by a panel of more than 400 distinguished thought leaders from around the globe. With thousands of entries from all over the world, the Architizer A+ Special Mention distinction is awarded to entries that score in the top 5% of all entrants.
The Architect’s Newspaper Best of Products Awards is a much-anticipated event in the Architecture and Design community. With a reputation for a smart, informed perspective on architecture and design, The Architect’s Newspaper applies the same high standards to its awards, recognizing the Wit Chair for its innovation, aesthetics, performance and value. Now in its fourth year, the jury is composed of renowned talents, curators, and journalists.
As stated by The Architect’s Newspaper, The Wit Chair was selected for “changing the formula for children’s furniture” and for its “careful consideration of how kids move, imagine and play.” In its praise for the Wit Chair, the publication goes on to say that “the chair avoids cliched kidlike elements, instead evoking timeless simplicity and tailored function.”
The Wit Furniture Collection is designed by Architect Katharine Huber, who has worked for award winning international architecture firms. Her work consistently stands out for its attention to scale and sensitivity to humans, or little humans, in the built environment. The Wit Collection, designed for children ages two to six, is distinctive for its harmonious interplay of straight lines and curves. It is designed with an understanding that good and considered design for children helps improve their lives.
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