Lexon Breaks Company Record with 6 Wins at the Red Dot Design Award 2021

The French brand turns 30 and proves its continuous leadership in innovative product design

PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–April 13, 2021–

Lexon today announced that it has received 6 Red Dot Awards for its outstanding product design quality in multiple categories, setting a new company record for the number of awards won in a single competition. Sister company MyKronoz also takes home a Red Dot Award for its MyScale, a smart and design body scale with a large and intuitive color display.

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Lexon's award-winning products, from left to right: C-Pen, Mino+, Mina M, Mino T, Powersound and Oblio (Photo: Business Wire)

Lexon’s award-winning products, from left to right: C-Pen, Mino+, Mina M, Mino T, Powersound and Oblio (Photo: Business Wire)

This announcement comes only a few weeks after Lexon’s best-selling Oblio was honored with two prestigious international prizes – a TIME Best Invention Award and a CES Innovation Award – confirming the French brand’s continued leadership in innovative product design,

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Pandemic claims big real estate event for 2nd time; home sales set record in 11 months | Real Estate

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Pandemic claims big real estate event for 2nd time; new date set

The Charleston Home + Design Show won’t be taking place in January after already having been postponed from last August to a larger venue due to the pandemic.

Because of surging coronavirus cases, organizers decided “This is the wrong time for a home show.”

“Earlier in 2020 when we made the decision to move the Charleston Home + Design Show from the Gaillard Center to the North Charleston Convention Center, we assumed a larger venue would be a good precaution against any lingering effects of COVID-19,” said Tim Barkley, publisher of Charleston Home+Design Magazine. “The decision was made in the heat of the Lowcountry summer when

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