MILAN, Italy – The E71, innovative traditional FAEMA machine designed to meet the needs of the international community of baristas and coffee lovers, is among the winners of the 66th edition of Good Design, the most prestigious, renowned and the oldest award for design excellence worldwide.
The award is hosted each year by the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design in cooperation with the European Centre for Architecture, Art, Design and Urban Studies.
The award ceremony will be held in New York on January 27th, 2017, during the Museum’s GOOD DESIGN™ NIGHT.
The new FAEMA model, designed by Giugiaro Design, is published in the GOOD Design Yearbook 2016-2017, on the websites www.europeanarch.eu and www.chi-athenaeum.org, and is now part of the prestigious permanent collection of the Chicago Athenaeum Museum of Architecture and Design dedicated to design.
It’s the second time that a FAEMA machine wins the important international prize, created in Chicago in 1950 by architects Eero Saarinen, Charles and Ray Eames, and Edgar Kaufmann Jr, after the victory with EMBLEMA in 2010, machine also designed by Giugiaro Design.
FAEMA E71 includes technological innovations such as the possibility to work both with manual mechanics and a digital control, a double barista-machine interaction system that represents a complete revolution in the world of professional espresso coffee machines, and is characterized by the innovative ergonomic solutions adopted.
Further information on the E71 are available on the website e71.faema.com.
With a long history and tradition often at the forefront of design, production, and distribution of professional espresso coffee machines, FAEMA represents the best union between elegance and excellence of the result in a cup.
The brand is part of the Cimbali Group, world leader in the designing of professional coffee machines, fresh milk beverages, instant beverages, and tools dedicated to the coffee production.