Designers and manufacturers from a more diverse international profile than ever before took part in the program.

Here we highlight a small selection of the Best of the Best winning products and designs from a select group of forty-five Best of the Best winners. This group of forty-five were chosen from 830 red dot award winners in total for this year.

This year the thirty-strong judging panel of international design experts for the awards were from Asia, the USA and Europe, and judged across seventeen categories within the product design award program.

The awards are celebrated and presented on 5 July in the famous Aalto Theatre in Essen, Germany at a glamorous presentation night. An exhibition of the winning products will then be on show at the red dot design museum in Essen until 1 August 2010.  

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