London design consultancies dominated the Clio Awards’ packaging design categories in San Francisco last week, scooping more than ten prizes and the Grand Clio. There is also success for the UK in the American ID Magazine Annual Design Review, to be announced in July.
Coley Porter Bell’s Ten Degrees mineral water bottle picked up the top Clio honour as well as a gold statue in the non-alcoholic beverages category. The consultancy was also awarded a silver Clio for its Inspirations chocolates packaging in the confections category.
Davies Hall and Pearlfisher International Design were honoured with gold Clios for a silver wine stopper for Bouchon D’Argent and Pearlfisher tea and biscuits respectively.
Silver Clios went to Wickens Tutt Southgate for its Sock Shop packaging, Pemberton & Whitefoord for Tesco special honey and Miller Sutherland for Mio Essential Fragrances. Turner Duckworth picked up a Clio certificate for Oasis fruit drinks.
Meanwhile, ID’s roundup includes Priestman Goode’s Soft Fan, which will pick up a best of category in concepts.