Design Week Awards 2003 announces winners

GBH and Starck Design has won Best of Show for Eurostar’s first-class lounges in the 2003 Design Week Awards. The project also won the prize for Hospitality Environments.

Hot contenders for Best of Show were Foschini carrier bags by South African group The Jupiter Drawing Room, which won in own-brand packaging, and Interactive media – promotional winner Typographic Tree by Digit.

Boa Housewares was the most successful client, its Clam knife block winning an award for Priestman Goode and its Can Pull packs winning the branded packaging award for Turner Duckworth.

Alloy Total Product Design was honoured for the Argus 3 Thermal Imaging Camera, while Barber Osgerby won for Cappellini’s Stencil screen.

Workplace environments yielded two winners: Bloomberg LP’s London offices by Powell-Tuck Associates and Met Studio Design’s work for Lucent Centre of Excellence in Germany. Carter Wong Tomlin won the retail environment prize for Howies merchandising displays.

Imagining the City at Manchester’s Urbis museum won a prize for Land Design Studio, while Studio Myerscough took an award for Web Wizards at the Design Museum. Hat-trick Design won for Charlotte Sanderson stationery, and Summa took the identity programmes prize for Andbanc, whose Brandbook won Summa a second award.

There were two annual reports winners: Frost Design for British Design & Art Direction and The Chase for Manchester Dogs’ Home. Browns won a prize for Fogeys for photographer David Stewart, while Love won with work for Greater Manchester Youth Justice Trust.

BBC Broadcast’s brand identity for UK History won an award, while Wax New Media Agency, Truth North and Digit also won for Agent Provocateur Online, Imperial War Museum North’s Learning CD-Rom and St Luke’s website respectively.

For full results, see the 2003 DW Awards supplement, which is free to subscribers, but £25 otherwise.

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