Part Two winners of the Future of Design Awards have been announced. Branding and packaging project Chocolatea, by Central St Martins College of Art and Design student Natasha Chetiyawardana scooped the Business Design Centre New Designer of the Year Award and a prize of £2500.
Runners up were Kieron Bakewell of Leeds Metropolitan University for his Chandelier shade and Pryce Duncale of Ravensbourne College of Design & Communication for his computer animation.
Part Two of the graduate awards programme focused on the disciplines of furniture and product design, graphics and illustration.
Nine awards were made for furniture design. Recipients include Matthew Wood, Middlesex University who won the Audi Award for Progressive Product Design, and Victoria Rigby, Manchester Metropolitan University, whose tray table with wheels won the Habitat Furniture and Product design award.
There were five winners in the graphics and illustration disciplines, including Gemma Dominick from Duncan of Jordanstone whose Kids multimedia CD-ROM won the Hallmark Award for Original Talent.
The 23 Part Two winners were each awarded at least £1000.