by London Design Fair
Tent London & Super Brands London has hosted many inspiring, talented, innovate and groundbreaking designers and products over the years... but don't just take our word for it - below is an example of the industry awards that current and previous exhibitors have been nominated for - and won!
- Dulux Let's Colour Award 2015. Shortlisted.
Tent 2014 exhibitor Kolormondo has been nominated for a Dulux Let's Colour Award - described as a revolutionary product that simplifies the wonderful world of colour... Find out who the lucky winner is very shortly!
- Red Dot, iF Product Design Award & German Design Award. Winner!
Kilian Schindler's concept kitchen for Naber has won a cabinet of trophies for the innovative, modular adjustable kitchen
- Lexus Design Award. Winner!
Sebastian Scherer’s ‘Iris’ hand-blown spherical glass lamp is a product that perfectly encompasses what the awards mean; “the belief that design can help solve problems and create a better future through unique, innovative ideas”, Mark Templin, Executive Vice President at Lexus International
- Homes & Garden. Shortlisted.
Sebastian Cox, Paul Crofts, Daniel Schofield and Sevak Zargarian were all nominated by an esteemed panel including Barbara Chandler, Ruth Aram, Matthew Hilton. Make sure you stop by their stands in Tent 2015 to see the shortlisted works.
- Wallpaper* Design Awards. Winner!
The the beautiful steam-bent rungs of Charlie Styrbjörn’s solid wood ladder were lauded as being both functional and decorative by the 2014 Wallpaper* judging panel - which included Spike Jonze, Victoria Beckham, Ron Gilad & Thom Mayne.
- London Design Awards. Winner!
MG Motors UK were recipients of the Gold Award for their creativity and innovation in car surface pattern, whose design was inspired and led by Louise Thorburn.
- Design Guild Mark. Winners!
Je-Uk Kim, Ben Fowler & Junction Fifteen were recipients of the Design Guild Mark in 2014, each noted for their new thinking, use of sustainable materials, and problem solving qualities.
- Red Dot. Winner!
Andrea Borgogni's Caprice chair 's unique shape is developed by mixing the fundamental ergonomics geometry of a dining chair with harmonious 3D surface