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Take part and win a Lexon design radio or an alarm clock

Win action Lexon design products

Do you want a chance to win one of the three designs from Lexon Benelux Organisation. A design company with friendly objects for friendly users. Lexon started the company in 1991 and has established a granted relations ship with creativity. With an extensive collection of products; Electronics, luggage, travel, office and leisure accessories. Not measured in figures but in sensitivity for making an object enjoyable for its daily use. Lexon gives you the chance to win one of the three product from their extended collection. The FLIP alarm clock, The Lexon Flip Mezzo radio or the Tykho radio. You can take part from all over the world. Joining is very simple! 

Lexon Flip alarm clock by Adrian & Jeremy Wright

For winning one of these super fun design, this is what you have to do:

1. Like D’SIGN magazine and Lexon Design on Facebook
2. Leave in your comment under the latest Lexon post on facebook.com/DSIGNmagazine, your choice of product that you want to win.

All the designs Tykho, Mezzo and Flip are in different colours and if you win you can even choose the colour that you like.

Fingers crossed until the first week of November we will announce the lucky winners on Facebook.

This win-action is now closed and the winners are announced. Keep your eye on our website for more win-actions!

Lexon radio Tykho by
Lexon radio Tykho by Marc Berthier

The designers of the to be won products have won several prizes for their work. Adrian and Jeremy Wright won the Red Dot ‘Best of the Best’ award 2013. Marc Berthier the Gabriel Award from Italy and Ionna Vautrin won the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris.

Radio Mezzo by Ivonna Vautrhin
Lexon radio Mezzo by Ivonna Vautrhin

Adrian & Jeremy Wright
English brothers Adrian and Jeremy Wright formed their practice in 2005 and have gone on to design award-winning products for a variety of international clients. With an engineering background and a sound understanding of manufacturing processes, their approach to design is driven by an appreciation of both the technical and visual aspects of a product.

The slim form of the Titanium bluetooth speaker allows it to sit unobtrusively on a shelf or table top. By mirroring the proportions of a book, the speaker taps into the identity of an object that is already there, rather than imposing a new form onto its surroundings. The Titanium clock/radio elegantly combines the speaker and LED display into one surface, maximising the space for each whilst also simplifying the object.

FLIP alarm clock The Lexon Flip turns alarm clocks on their head, with no more fumbling for the ‘off’ button in the dark. To turn the alarm off, you simply turn it over. The display flips too, with large on/off graphics to show if the alarm is set, and a secondary display to show the set time. Flip alarm clock is Winner of the Red Dot ‘Best of the Best’ award 2013.

Jeremy & Adrian WrightMarc Berthier
Designer and architect, he has collaborated with Lexon for more than sixteen years. Awarded the Grand Prix National de Création Industrielle, he has received two Compasso d’Oro in Italy, the Gabriel Award, l’Art et de l’Industrie Medal in France, the Design Plus+ award, several times the Form+Design award in Germany, and the New York Accent On Design Best Product award in the United States.

Some of his creations have been selected for their permanent collections by the Musée National d’Art Moderne, the Arts-Décoratifs Museum, the Fond National d’Art Contemporain in France, MoMA in New York.

Tykho radio is the item in the LEXON range that has won most prizes and had the most press attention. Chosen for the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art

This is the item in the LEXON range that has won most prizes and had the most press attention. Winner of 7 design prizes around the world. Chosen for the permanent collection of the New York Museum of Modern Art. Time Magazine cover. Over 300 press cuttings. Recognised by the Pompidou Centre at Paris as one of the 2 objects that signify the 1985 – 2000 period.
AM/FM Radio. Frequency change is by turning aerial. Electronic potentiometer for volume control.

Marc Berthier

Ionna Vautrin
Ionna Vautrin was born in 1979 in France.

Since 2002 she has worked successively for Camper in Spain, for George J. Sowden in Italy and for Ronan & Erwan Bouroullec in France. At the same time she developed her own projects with differents editors: starting with Industreal, the Tools Galerie, Wallpaper and more recently for Foscarini, or Moustache. In January 2011 after receiving the Grand Prize of the creation of the city of Paris.

Mezzo is a small radio with a vintage touch …
Its design recalls the archetypal figure of the radio: 
A long antenna, a copper grid with cutouts inspired by ancient speakers, basic commands associated with simple and generous shapes giving it an endearing character.

Ionna Vautrin

This action is in cooperation with the Lexon Benelux Organisation


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