JAMES DYSON, Terence Conran and Apple Computer were named Designer, Entrepreneur and Client of the Decade respectively at the tenth Design Week Awards.
Lambie-Nairn’s identity for the BBC won both Best of Show and best corporate identity.
Una won the Annual Report prize for the KVB 1997 report; Sea took top honours in Promotional Brochures for work with MoDo.
Johnson Banks won three awards, in Direct Mail for the V&A mailer and in Posters and Print for its British Council work.
Wickens Tutt Southgate took the Branded Packaging prize for Bird’s desserts with Turner Duckworth winning the own-brand title for Superdrug vitamins.
Product design awards went to The VK&C Partnership for the Quentin Pendant Light in the consumer section and Kinneir Dufort in the industrial category for the RT Respiratory Trainer.
Kemistry was Screen Graphics winner for the Rapture TV idents, with Mathmos’ website taking the Multimedia Graphics category.
The judges gave two Exhibition Design prizes, to Din Associates for the permanent Althorp Stable Block Museum and to Ben Kelly Design for the British Council’s True Stories temporary show.
Ben Kelly also won a Workplace Interiors award, for the Design Council’s headquarters, sharing honours with Graven Images for Red Lemon’s offices.
David Chipperfield Architects won the restaurant prize for Circus and Din Associates won the retail award for Soup Opera in London Docklands.
Azumi’s Wire Frame Chair and Stool won the Furniture Futures prize, but there was no award in the main Furniture section.
There were no awards in Editorial Design or Calendars.
An awards supplement is available, priced 25 (12.50 for DW subscribers).