Ferenc Laufer received the EDIDA Product of the Year Award and the Hungarian Design Award in the product category
The work of our alumnus Ferenc Laufer, the Relief stove tile collection, recently received two awards, the EDIDA Product of the Year Award and the Hungarian Design Award in the product category.
The Relief stove tile collection in collaboration with the Szentesi Tile Stove, Ferenc Laufer and the manufactory create a complex stove tile system that is domestically manufactured and combines the advantages of high-tech heating equipment and traditional tile stoves.
In parallel with this success, Ferenc Laufer recently won a Red Dot award as a member of the Flying Objects team.
The Relief stove tile collection product's official website is www.lauferofen.com
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