Casson Mann scoops top prize at DW Awards

Casson Mann has won Best of Show in the 2002 Design Week Awards for the Design Council’s travelling show Great Expectations, which also won the award for Temporary Exhibition Design.

The Magna Project in Sheffield won a Leisure Environments award for Wilkinson Eyre Architects and the Permanent Exhibition Design award for Event Communications. Lighting Design House and The British Museum Design Office picked up commendations for permanent shows, while At Large and Landor Associates were commended for temporary exhibitions. Product design was strong this year, with Ideo winning the Consumer Product Design prize for the Muji CD player and Burkhardt Leitner Constructiv the Industrial Product Design award for the Pila demountable office. Goodwin Product Design was commended for the Franke Beach sink.

Xavier Lust won the Furniture Design prize for Le Banc for MDF Italia, while BerlinLondon Industrial Designers was commended.

Restaurants, Cafés, Clubs and Bars yielded two winners: Arthur Collin Architect with NB Studio for Nincomsoup and Jestico & Whiles for Innecto. The Retail Environments prize went to 6A Architects for Oki-Ni, but, while Brinkworth and Hemingway Design were commended, there was no winner in Workplace Environments.

Branding and Identity, Letterheads and Logos and Own-brand Packaging categories yielded no winners. But Design Bridge won the Branded Packaging prize for the Mr Lee noodle brand.

Love won an award for the Greater Manchester Youth Justice Trust 2000/2001 annual report, while Una (Amsterdam) Designers was commended. Johnson Banks won Promotional Brochures with Fab for Townsend Hook (Smurfit), Origin was commended. Intro won the Direct Mail prize for The Colour of White book, while CDT Design and E-fact were commended. There was no Editorial Design award, but Una (Amsterdam) Designers was commended.

Print Design yielded two winners: HGV for Nobel Prize stamps and Leonardo London for the Volunteering World campaign. Graphic Partners and Love were both commended.

Hodges Associates won the TV, Film and Video Graphics category for Reuters Refresh.

Airside won the Interactive Media – Information prize for www.onlinejam.co.uk and shared top honours in Interactive Media – Promotional for www.nadav kander.com with HGV for www.hgv.co.uk. There was no award in Interactive Media – Retail, but Nucleus was commended.

Full details are published in a DW Awards supplement available free to subscribers, £25 for non-subscribers and £10 for award winners from 020 7292 3704.

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