Design Week readers step closer to choosing Age of Design Award winner

Help us find our best Design Week Awards Best of Show of all time by crowning an Age of Design Award winner from this shortlist…

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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.

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