F/LIST wins German Design Award for business jet cabins

posted on 28th November 2019 by Eddie Saunders
F/LIST wins German Design Award for business jet cabins

F/LIST VINYL TILE FLOORING, the first vinyl tile flooring with individual design possibilities for business jet cabins. This unique product by the renowned Austrian manufacturer of high-end aircraft and luxury residence interiors is a “Winner” in the category “Excellent Product Design – Conceptional Transportation” of the German Design Award.

The German Design Awards are the international premier prize awarded by the German Design Council. Its goal: to discover, present, and honor unique trends in design. After awarded with the German Design Award 2018 with F/LIST® WOOD FLOORING, the family-run Austrian company entered its latest innovation in another major international award competition.

F/LIST VINYL TILE FLOORING combines the advantages of well-tested aircraft vinyl flooring with F/LIST’s unique tiling concept. The easy installed, flexible flooring system offers remarkable design possibilities, which are impossible to realize with conventional vinyl flooring sold by the yard: custom tiling patterns and the combination of different prints in durable and easy-care vinyl result in a convenient, yet aesthetic flooring solution.

F/LIST is proud to receive the award for a product, which has been subject to intensive development. F/LIST is also known on the international business jet market for its unique stone products, which include stone floors such as the F/LIST HEATED STONE FLOORING, table and countertops covered with ultra-thin real stone veneer.

Internationally acknowledged award

The German Design Awards apply the rigorous standards in selecting the award winners. In an elaborated nomination process, panels of experts of the German Design Council nominate only products and communications design projects that demonstrably distinguish themselves by their design quality. 

All winners are selected during a two-day jury meeting. Since they were launched in 2012, the German Design Awards have grown significantly: back then, 1,500 entries were presented to the jury – last year there were more than 5,000. The awards ceremony will be held on February 7th 2020 in Frankfurt.