This year’s Drum Design Awards winners were announced last night at London’s 5* Marriott Grosvenor Square Hotel where a host of star design agencies turned up with the hopes of scooping a Drum Design trophy.
Over 20 awards were presented on the evening with The Partners receiving the top accolade – the Grand Prix for Made in Britain. They also received a further 3 awards in Identity Design, Print Design and Broadcast Design.
Another high flyer of the evening was Rose who picked up the Chairman’s award chosen by judge – John Mathers for Rose, Art on the Underground. They also received an additional two awards in the categories, identity design and experiential design.
The winners were chosen by a panel of industry experts comprising of individuals from companies such as SomeOne, Bloom London, Identica and chaired by John Mathers of the Design Council.
Designer of the Year which was voted by readers of thedrum.com was presented to Dan Germain, group head of brand and creative, at Innocent.
Guests enjoyed entertainment in the form of comedian Romesh Ranganathan, as well as a lavish dinner and dance. View the full list of winners online.
The awards were supported by Gabriele Skelton, RAR and The Drum Network.
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