Nightingale Wins Bronze in IDA Design Awards


The IC2 wins big again, as it has claimed Bronze in the International Design Awards: Interior Furniture Category. The International Design Awards, based out of California, were conceptualized by a handful of designers, thinkers, and entrepreneurs in 2007 as a response to the lack of recognition and celebration for smart and sustainable, multi-disciplinary design. Now in its 12th year, the International Design Awards exist to recognize, celebrate, and promote legendary design visionaries and uncover emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic, and Fashion Design. The IDA’s goal is to draw attention to the iconoclasm of design worldwide, conceptualizing and producing great work. 

Nightingale is thrilled to receive bronze in the Interior Furniture Category: a great way to kick off our Spring 2019 season. The bronze title recognizes the hard work of our designers, engineers, and product specialists, but especially recognizes the visionary work of chief designer William R. Breen. He came up with the IC2 with the goal of pushing the design envelope of what was expected for an ergonomic office chair, creating something more sleek, minimalistic, and stylish than what had been seen before (without compromising function, support, and comfort). The strength and success of his innovation has been noted by several awards and design agencies, including the German Design Awards, Iconic Awards, APDC Awards, and Good Design Awards. 

The IDA’s recognition of the IC2 as a visionary product design is a testament to Nightingale’s ability to push the envelope of ergonomic seating, rather than simply following static and established trends. Earning accolades in the design world encourages us to keep testing, innovating, and imagining. 
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