It follows their win (in the Best in Class category) at the awards in 2018 for their launch product – the 13 series of trimless flush-fit switches and outlets range that has since revolutionized the electrical market both nationally and globally.
Each year, Australia’s most prestigious design awards program attracts new and innovative products and services of excellence around Australia and internationally, celebrating the best across fields of design, architecture, engineering, research and social innovation. Fittingly, the defined edge of the Zetr 12 surface mount – a slim 2.9 mm – was recognized for its pioneering feature, being the thinnest outlet in the Australian market. It provides a clean shadow once installed whilst complementing Zetr’s range of instantly recognizable and identically-scaled capsule-shaped circumferences.
“We are very excited and honored to win a Good Design Award for Zetr 12 which has just been launched this September. This product series is a result of many years in design and development with the aim to create the thinnest and cleanest design possible within the product space. With the launch of Zetr 12 we hope to see our brand and offering be more accessible to a wider range of projects and markets and this accolade will be a huge force in helping to achieve this goal,” said Garth Elliott, lead designer and director at Zetr.
Bound within Zetr’s visually appealing signature curved outline, the ultra-slim profile of the matt black or white Zetr 12 switch plates and power outlets ensure seamless connectivity throughout residences, hospitality and commercial spaces. Their simple installation using either a Z-Clip or R-Bracket enables the fixtures to be mounted directly upon walls with minimal impact on architectural surfaces.
Based on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, Zetr has a proud Australian heritage. All products are designed in-house and are manufactured by experts in their field. The highest quality materials ensure Zetr products are long-lasting whilst their timeless, minimal aesthetic endures design trends.
Source: Architecture - architectureau