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NAD VISO 1 Collects Prestigious Good Design Award

December 29, 2011

Design Award for VISO 1 ipod dockDesigned by New York-based designer, David Farrage of DF-ID Industrial Design, the NAD VISO 1 combines the highest levels of acoustic and electrical performance with compact size and elegant proportions. Its precision metal ring forms the essence of structural harmony and visual simplicity, while elegantly liberating the cradle from the sleek speaker cabinet to provide acoustic space for the hi-fi speakers nestled below. The NAD VISO 1 is a contemporary design that emphasizes visual minimalism by including only the most essential controls and connections.

The NAD VISO 1 vied in Chicago and New York with entries from over 48 nations around the world for the coveted GOOD DESIGN™ Award for 2011, held annually by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design together with The European Centre for Architecture Art Design and Urban Studies. Founded in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann, Jr., GOOD DESIGN™ bestows international recognition upon the world's most prominent designers and manufacturers for advancing new, visionary, and innovative product concepts, invention and originality, and for stretching the envelope beyond what is considered ordinary product and consumer design.

For more information on GOOD DESIGN™ awards from The Chicago Athenaeum, click here.

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