Checkland Kindleysides design for Hunter’s global flagship store on Regent Street has scooped the Grand Prix prize at the third annual The Drum Design Awards, which were held last night at London's Marriott Grosvenor hotel.
The Partners picked up The Chairman’s award for the agency’s brand development work on the Tusk Conservation Awards for charity the Tusk Trust, which chairman Jim Sutherland, co-founder of Hat-Trick design called “a really wonderfully simple idea and beautiful execution”.
“I particularly loved the patterns and the wristband. One of those projects you wished you’d done,” he commented.
Jaguar’s Ian Callum was crowned designer of the year, having come out on top of The Drum's Designerati poll recognising the 100 most influential and inspirational people working in the UK design industry.
Jam Creative and Thompson Brand Partners both took home the Print Design award for their work on Hydes Brewery and Kingsbury Press respectively.
R/GA London won the App Design award for its work on Beats Music, while Purpose’s work for National Apprenticeship Service was crowned best Exhibition Design.
Experiential awards went to Imagination for Rolls-Royce Motor Cars and Campaign Creative for its Selfridges Fragrance Laboratory.
A full list of winners can be found here.
The Drum Design Awards will return in 2016, for more information visit The Drum Design Awards website.