Good Design Award winning contemporary ceiling fans

Here are G Squared Art’s six Good Design Award winning ceiling fans.  All were designed by Mark Gajewski and are available for purchase on the G Squared Art website, The most recent winner, the Wing ceiling fan,  will be available later this year.  Good Design Award winners are all in the permanent collection of the museum of the Chicago Athenaeum. So, if you choose one of these fans, you will have a museum piece displayed in your home!

1998 Good Design Award Winner – San Francisco ceiling fan, F528,

1999 Good Design Award winner – Acero ceiling fan, F601,

2001 Good Design Award winner – Flyte ceiling fan, F531,

2003 Good Design Award winner – Cirque ceiling fan (submitted and awarded with the name “AirMobile”),

2005 Good Design Award winner – Artemis ceiling fan F803,

2010 Good Design Award winner  – Wing ceiling fan, F823

You can read more about the Good Design Award here in our blog and on their website,

5 responses to “Good Design Award winning contemporary ceiling fans”

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  2. […] Customers love this fan – they tell us that they are really pleased with the way it works and that they get lots of comments on it from guests. It has won the prestigious Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum – read more about that in our blog entry. […]

  3. […] The Artemis ceiling fan, F803, is a 58″ designer ceiling fan with 3 sculptural blades that wrap around the central part of the fan and have infinitely varying pitch to perfect the movement of air in a smooth, quiet manner.  It is quiet and powerful and owners love their fans. The Artemis comes with 3 1/2″ and 6″ downrods to fit ceilings of 8 to 9 1/2 feet and longer downrods are available for higher ceilings as well as a slope adapter for slopes up to 45 degrees.  You can use the fan with or without the included 100 watt halogen light as it also comes with a cap for non-light use. The wall control for 3 speeds, reverse, and infinite dimming for the light is included and a hand held remote is available.  The blades are made of aircraft quality polycarbonate and the Koa finish is hand-painted on the blades. The Artemis, designed by Mark Gajewski, won the Good Design Award from the Chicago Athenaeum in 2005 – you can read more about it here. […]

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