SCP, Dare Studio and Redesign among Hidden Art Award winners

Furniture company SCP has picked up the prize for more influential or inspiring British company or designer at this year’s Hidden Art Awards.

The award for best furniture, lighting or interior product went to Dare Studio for the Katakana writing/laptop desk (pictured). Redesign, which supports and promotes design for sustainability, picked up the award for most sustainable product/environmentally conscious company.

The award for best textiles, fashion, jewellery or fashion accessories went to Kaniez Abdi for Spiral fabric, while the award for best ceramics or glass went to Charlotte Sale Glass for Spritz.

The prize for best appearance at a trade show/exhibition went to Helena Jonasson for the Milan 2009 Linie cabinet and Funkis draw unit, while the award for most popular product on the Hidden Art Shop went to Susan Bradley for the Battersea Power Station bookend (pictured). Bradley also picked up the award for best press profile.

Kirsty Whyte was named as the most active Hidden Art member, while the Hidden Art product development award went to John Sprange and the award for most popular stand at the Hidden Art Christmas Design Fair went to Nick Fraser.

The awards were held last night at London’s Rich Mix.

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  • Saul Sherry November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Photos of the winners at the Awards Ceremony are online. http://www.hiddenartlondon.co.uk/awards.

  • Annette Taylor-Anderson November 30, -0001 at 12:00 am

    Having just become a member of Hidden Art, it was great to go to the Awards Evening, and also catching-up with other fellow designers. It was a lovely evening and well presented. Well done! to all the winners and those nominated.

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