Haiku® has earned another three award distinctions.
I mean taking the innovative and elegant ceiling fan’s total up to eight awards. Most noteworthy, Haiku is a winner in Popular Science’s “Best of What’s New” Awards. All showcased in the magazine’s December issue. For each year the editors review thousands of products. All most importantly, in search of the top 10 tech innovations of the year. These breakthrough products and technologies represent a significant leap in their categories. Haiku won in the Home category. Moreover and is described in the issue as changing “every convention established by a century of ceiling fan design.”
Haiku was also selected as one of BuildingGreen’s Top-10 products for 2013. That’s by the publisher of GreenSpec and also Environmental Building News (EBN). This honor was announced at the U.S. Green Building Council’s Greenbuild Conference. This year it was also held in San Francisco. In addition, Haiku was among the editor’s selections of the most innovative green products. All drawn from product reviews published in GreenSpec and EBN. Last but not least, Haiku is also a finalist. For that’s in Interior Design magazine’s Best of Year Awards. I heard winners will be determined in late November.
What is it about Haiku that Popular Science’s editors and awards juries can’t resist?
Look, I mean Haiku fans look so different. For I mean that’s because they are different. The fan’s sleek look also conceals a Sensorless Drive Technology™. One that delivers an 80 percent improvement in energy efficiency. That’s moreover conventional ceiling fans. All the while, hand-crafted bamboo airfoils’. Thereby improving the aerodynamic profile. For it provides smooth and silent airflow. Operated by a thin, hand-held remote. For Haiku has 10 settings. I mean also including the exclusive Whoosh® mode. One which most interestingly stimulates the variations in natural airflow. All for greater user comfort.
In conclusion, Haiku has previously been honored with the prestigious red dot design award. Also the the International Design Excellence Award (IDEA®). Finally a LiveEDGE award acknowledging excellence in electronic design and a Design Award™. All from the Australian International Design Awards.
Sources: Haiku Fan and Big Ass Fans®, LEXINGTON, Ky., Nov. 16, 2012