Miele Australia collected the maximum number of accolades for any one brand at the prestigious Australian Good Design Awards, taking home four awards and being named finalists for two products.

Organised by Good Design Australia, the 2016 Awards presentation saw Miele win in the Domestic Appliance category for DGD 4635 pressure steam oven, WMV 960 WPS washing machine, TMV 840 WP heat pump dryer, and B 2847 FashionMaster steam ironing system.

Additionally, the Miele DA 6700 D Aura island rangehood and DA 2690 EXT extractor were acknowledged as Good Design Finalists.

Miele’s standout performance at the Good Design Awards confirms the brand’s excellence in the design and innovation of appliances as judged by a panel of industry experts specialising in the fields of industrial design, engineering design, software electronics design and architectural design.

Miele Head of Category Management, Sacha Leagh-Murray expressed their pride in the brand’s domination at this year’s Australian Good Design Awards, stating that they were thrilled to receive these prestigious accolades rewarding the outstanding efforts of the Miele Design Centre in Germany.

According to Sacha Leagh-Murray, Miele appliances are the result of extensive product research and development as well as careful attention to detail in order to deliver unparalleled performance, convenience and timeless elegance. Being German engineered and tested to the equivalent of 20 years under normal domestic use, the appliances complement these attributes with environmental sustainability and durability.

Good Design Australia CEO Dr Brandon Gien said these awards recognised the important role of good design in taking innovative ideas and transforming them into commercially successful outcomes, helping businesses, manufacturers and service providers thrive in a competitive marketplace.

Image: Miele DGD 4635 stainless steel pressure steam oven