The call for entries has gone out for the 1996 Design Week Awards, the judging of which will be chaired by Jon Turner, head of global design at The Body Shop.
Covering 15 main categories, the awards will be based on creative excellence in print, packaging, interiors, product and exhibition design. An additional best of show prize will go to the entry the judges say merits it, regardless of category.
The winners will be named at a dinner next spring. All winners and shortlisted entries will appear in a full-colour book published to coincide with the event.
Judges include multimedia stars Martin Lambie-Nairn and Malcolm Garrett and graphics specialists Aziz Cami of The Partners, Valerie Wickes of Din Associates, Colin Porter of Coley Porter Bell, Design Council chairman John Sorrell, Michael Johnson of Johnson Banks, Paul King of M & K and Andy Scott of Scott Libby Heming.
Architecture and interior design will be represented by Lorenzo Apicella, Ben Kelly, Doug Hamilton of Wolff Olins, Red Jacket’s Martyn Bullock and Richard Woolf of McDaniel Woolf. Product and furniture design will be assessed by John Stoddard of IDEO, Pentagram partner Daniel Weil and Craig Allen of The Conran Shop.
The closing date for entries is Friday 20 October. For further details and entry forms, contact Andrew Pimcott at Centaur Conferences. Tel: 0171-734 0770.