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Capsule Urn nominated for German Design Award 2014

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Vancouver, Washington, USA - (12 September 2013)   Capsule Urn, LLC. is pleased to announce that the company has earned a nomination for the German Design Award 2014. Capsule’s contemporary product line of cremation urns has been selected by the German Design Council to be considered for the international prize.    

The German Design Award nomination is bestowed in recognition of outstanding achievements in the fields of product design and communication design. The nomination process is unique and demanding, including the requirement of a previous award in other national or international design competitions. In keeping with the award’s great reputation, a highly distinguished jury of design experts will judge the various nominations. 

Capsule Urn’s nomination allows the American cremation product manufacturer to be eligible for measurement against the best of the design industry in context of the competition. "We are honored to be selected by such a prominent international jury made up of design leaders from brands we deeply respect," said Joyce Chua, Capsule Urn Creative Director. "Capsule is especially humbled to be nominated in the 60th year of the German Design Award.”

 

About German Design Award

The German Design Award is an international premium prize, which successfully enhances the standing of both designers and companies. Prizes will go to top quality products and projects from product and communication design, design personalities and newcomers, all of whom are —in their own way— pioneering in German and international design landscape. The aim of the German Design Award is to identify, present and honor unique design trends. A competition that advances the design scene.

As an industry competition for the industry that highlights participants’ great design expertise, the German Design Award has an excellent public image. This is also down to the reputation of its organizer, the German Design Council, which has been representing and supporting the German design industry with its expertise in all questions relating to design for 60 years now. A nomination for the German Design Award on the occasion of the anniversary of the German Design Council is especially significant – it stands for 60 years of design culture. Learn more: www.german-design-council.de/nc/en/design-awards/german-design-award.html

 

About German Design Council

The German Design Council is one of the world's leading centers of expertise on design. As a service provider for businesses, we offer a unique forum for trans-disciplinary knowledge transfer on brand and design. We support corporations in their brand and design development efforts and communicate the added value of design, both in Germany and beyond its borders. Learn more: www.german-design-council.de/en/home.html

 

About Capsule Urn, LLC.

Capsule's line of contemporary urns and keepsakes stand apart in the crowded landscape of ordinary cremation products. Our American-made products are designed by award-winning designers and offer a comprehensive customization program with a wide variety of personalization options. We design and manufacture memorials for discerning customers and our products resonate with a growing class of customer that appreciates modern design and quality materials. 

Located in the United States, near Portland, Oregon, Capsule has sophisticated design and manufacturing capabilities which allows us to offer multiple options for personalization, including unique colors and finishes, premium materials, and custom engraving. 

 

Additional images and detailed ordering information are available at our web site: www.capsuleproject.com.

 

USA Media Contact :  Steve Prastka  1.360.513.3475    info (at) capsuleproject (dot) com  



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