9/30/2011

Audi Scores red dots

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Audi Scores red dots While on the subject of buildings, it is worth noting that Audi has just received the “red dot: client of the year” award in the area of communication design.

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Audi Scores red dots

While on the subject of buildings, it is worth noting that Audi has just received the “red dot: client of the year” award in the area of communication design. This is the second time it has won the award. Which has been offered twice.

According to Prof. Peter Zec, initiator and CEO of red dot, “Audi stands for quality and variety, from the trade fair stand through to installation in the public domain. It works with the most creative minds in the industry while remaining unique and incomparable.”

It was also honored for “Qube 3,” a temporary building it constructed for the Q3:

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And for its sponsorship of the “Outrace” installation, which was recently on display in London’s Trafalgar Square. Eight industrial robots were used to “write” messages in space:

 


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