Organised by online design gallery and store Spunique, the competition called for ‘useful, clever or playful’ works that are easily sent by post and ‘sellable at a reasonable price’.
Michael Antrobus’ winning entry is a pair of steel scissors called Ground, made using a low-tech pressing and grinding technique.
Barnaby Tuke scooped an award with his wall clock inspired by automotive dial design, while Burley won for her screw-top glass jar-come-drinking glass.
Offcut Design was honoured for its door wedge (pictured) featuring a protractor graphic illustrating the stop’s 12 degree angle.
All four winners will be on show at 100% Design at Earls Court in London next month.