With 539 contestants from regions all over Brazil, the institution  A CASA – Museu do Objeto Brasileiro opened the exhibition of its more acknowledged contest: the Brazilian Object Award. Cookstone’s Sideros line, designed by Notus Design and included in the category Author’s Original Object, was among the 56 projects/objects by designers and master craftsmen shortlisted as finalists.

The exhibition opened on October 17, 2012 and due to its success was extended until January 19, 2013. The exhibit displayed the prize-winning objects and projects, together with those of greater distinction in the 3° Brazilian Object Award. Creativity, simplicity, innovation, ergonomics, comfort, ingenuity, sustainability, beauty, recycling, functionality and lightness are some of the concepts dwelling in the objects e projects highlighted in the exhibition, accomplishment of the work of craftsmen, designers, traditional communities and students.