Our search for the greatest ever Design Week Awards Best of Show winner is gathering pace, after you our readers have selected what you believe to be the top 8 projects.
These have been whittled down from a long list of 25, made up of 25-years-worth of winners, stretching back to 1990.
You can still vote on the top eight and help crown our Age of Design Winner – the best Best of Show winner of all time.
These are the top eight:
1990 – Norton F1 motorcycle by Seymourpowell
1994 – The Partners, various projects
1999 – BBC identity by Lambie-Nairn
2000 – Wired Worlds Exhibition by Met Studio
2008 – iPhone by Apple
2009 – Peezy by Forte Medical with Maddison
2011 – iPad by Apple
2012 – White Logistics and Storage rebrand by The Allotment
Vote now to help us find a winner, which will be announced at the Design Week Awards on 14 June.
The award stems from the Age of Design project, in which our panel of experts – including key pioneers at technology visionary IBM – investigate how businesses are embracing innovation in design. They are not only exploring organisations’ forward-thinking design projects, but also the power of design and its ability to change our world.