ComfortLift dishwasher scoops Gold iF Design Award

March 13, 2017

The Electrolux Group’s ComfortLift dishwasher has been awarded a prestigious, internationally-recognized gold iF Design Award for its innovative design, which allows efficient and ergonomic loading thanks to a unique lifting system of the lower rack.

At an awards ceremony in Munich on Friday, March 10, the ComfortLift dishwasher was announced as one of 75 winners of the top accolade, having being selected from more than 5,000 submissions by a panel of around 60 leading design experts.

The jury commented: “Electrolux integrated a clever new function into the ComfortLift: the lower dish drawer can be glided upward and locked into place, turning the act of emptying and refilling the dishwasher into child’s play.”

The AEG Mastery range of kitchen appliances was also recognized with an iF Design award.

Electrolux Vice President of Design Simon Bradford said: “It’s an honor to be externally recognized by international design peers in other industries. These products are perfect examples of the relentless focus on design quality at Electrolux”.

The ComfortLift dishwasher is available in European markets under the Electrolux and AEG brands.

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