Our independent judges have been chosen for their expertise in particular categories, which fall under four main sections — Communication, Spaces, Products and Furniture, and Landmark. This year we’ve added new categories and rethought old ones, which means there are more chances to win. You can have a look at them all here.
Everything is new this year, including the awards ceremony, which will be a more informal party thrown at a leading museum on Exhibition Road, London, where winning work will be shown in a gallery format and the event will be more accessible and much cheaper to attend. You can read about all the changes we’ve made here.
The other judges already announced include:
Jack Renwick, founder, JackRenwickStudio
Pali Palavathanan, founder, Templo
Hamish Gardener, co-founder, Soft Power
Ben Longden, digital design director, The Guardian
Greg Bunbury, founder, Bunbury Creative
Nick Rees, global creative director and partner, Bulletproof
Gordon Reid, founder, Middleboop
Matt Baxter, co-founder, Baxter and Bailey
Laura Potter, client director, Reed Words
Natalie Hughes, head of strategy, This Place
Angela Drinkall, co-founder, Drinkall Dean
Son Tran, associate director, PriestmanGoode
Lucienne Roberts, founder, LucienneRoberts+
Afroditi Krassa, founder, AfroditiKrassa
Freyja Sewell, independent product and furniture designer
Helen Fuchs, design director, Ustwo
Dave Dunlop, partner and creative director, Else
A few more will be confirmed in coming weeks.
Most importantly, you now have until 29 March to enter. It doesn’t take long and everything you need to enter is here.