In April 2017, Dickson won the Red Dot award in the Best of the Best category for Its Woven Flooring Collection thanks to a groundbreaking design. This Red Dot Award is the highest individual prize in the Product Design category and Lee May Anne from Makk Architects naturally chose Dickson Woven Flooring for the Singapore Red Dot Design Museum relocation in the Marina Bay City Gallery in late 2017.
Two types of Flooring Shapes have been selected for this project: Diamond and Hexagon tiles. The references are coming from two ranges: Be Different and Be Tweed. Be Different plays with lines and light to give interiors character. It is a unique mood in which colours and weaves intermingle to create a visually elegant impact. Be Tweed is a chic world in which geometric shapes combines with a specific weave to create a classic tweed effect. The Diamond Cube pattern creates three different shades using a single colour with a 3D effect.