Design Week Creative Survey – moves and changes from the 2015 Red Dot Product Awards

Following the results of the Red Dot product awards, we’ve updated the Design Week Creative Survey awards ranking table – see who has risen, who has fallen and who has broken in.

Waste separation unit for Joseph Joseph, by PearsonLloyd
Waste separation unit for Joseph Joseph, by PearsonLloyd

The Design Week Creative Survey has been updated to reflect the results of the recently announced 2015 Red Dot product awards.

The Creative Survey is based on a points system, with each award scheme given a certain number of points.

The table will be updated throughout the year, each time a contributing awards scheme announces its results.

Among the British winners this year were PearsonLloyd, which picked up a Best of the Best award for its waste separation unit for Joseph Joseph. Ross Lovegrove also picked up a Best of the Best award for its Lovegrove Manta light for Barrisol.

Native Design picked up a swathe of awards for its work for Hewlett Packard, while the Kano and Map-designed self-assembly computer won a Red Dot Award.


You can see the Design Week Creative Survey standings in full at: creativesurvey.designweek.co.uk.

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