Met Studio Design and the in-house team at The National Museum of Photography, Film and Television have scooped the Best of Show prize in the 2000 Design Week Awards, for the Wired Worlds permanent exhibition at the Bradford museum.
The exhibition also wins the award for permanent exhibitions, while Fern Green Partnership takes the honours for temporary exhibitions.
In all there are 30 awards this year across 20 categories. The branded packaging and multimedia categories yielded three winners each: Tank Design, Wickens Tutt Southgate and Williams Murray Hamm all win packaging awards, while Fibre wins one and Deepend takes two in the multimedia category.
The own-brand packaging prize goes to Radley Yeldar. Consumer product award winners are Black & Decker Design Group and Design Partners. Advanced handling and Design Bridge Structure each win an industrial product prize. The furniture accolade goes to The VK&C Partnership.
Buschow Henley wins the workplace interiors award. The retail environments winner is Stiff and Trevillion, while Douglas Wallace wins the prize for restaurants, cafÃ©s and bars.
Lewis Moberly shares the corporate identity honours with Smith and Milton, while C&FD wins the annual reports category. The promotional brochures prize goes to Tango Design and Tucker Clarke-Williams takes top honours for its work in direct mail.
The two winning poster designs are created by Browns and The Partners. Browns also wins for editorial design – books, with Frost Design taking the honours in editorial design – magazines. Una (London) Designers wins the print category.
Screen graphics yields two winners this year: one is Static, the other is Kemistry.
The awards were selected by a 30-strong jury chaired by Malcolm Garrett of AMXstudios.