Vietnamese porcelain product wins Red Dot Award

Gastroline, a set of porcelain hospitality tableware made by the Binh Duong-based Minh Long I Company, has bested 5,500 products from 55 countries to win the Product Design category of the Red Dot Award.

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Gastroline hospitality tableware - Photo: Courtesy of Minh Long I

The Red Dot Award is an international design competition for product design, communication design and design concepts. The jury comprises 40 experts, evaluating both the design and functions of the participating products.

A joint project between Minh Long I founder Ly Ngoc Minh and renowned German designer Hans Wilhelm Seitz, Gastroline was developed to meet the needs of different businesses.

The multi-piece hospitality tableware collection offers a wide range of plates, bowls, cups and jugs, which can be individually selected and combined. The classic tableware comes in pure white and exudes a timeless, elegant look, yet it is highly robust. Most pieces can be stacked to save space, with discreet spacers, placed at the bottom to protect the surfaces from scratches.

“With its clear, self-contained design, Gastroline exudes a characteristic overall image which meets high standards,” the jury says of the collection in a statement.

Saigon Times