The 2017 Best Awards were held last Friday and we’d like to congratulate all those awarded!
The Designers Institute of New Zealand hold their awards annually and celebrate the ‘best of the best’ in design; including graphic, product, interior and architecture. This year, the awards were held at the Viaduct Events Centre in front of an audience of over 1000 members of the Design Community.
We’re pleased to announce that a mix of Jasmax projects and people picked up 12 awards on the night. Congratulations to our clients, collaborators, individuals and all those in the Jasmax teams recognised with awards this year.
In particular, we want to say a huge congratulations to Mary Henry, who won Emerging Designer 2017. This is a massive achievement as we’re sure she will have been up against some tough competition. It’s a well-deserved victory for Mary, she has a very bright career ahead of her, and we’re proud to have her as part of our team.
We’d like to acknowledge each of the following projects and individuals:
Gold (Spatial: Healthcare)
Silver (Spatial: Built Environment)
Gold (Spatial: Built Environment)
Gold (Spatial: Public & Institutional Spaces)
Silver (Spatial: Public & Institutional Spaces, Outdoor)
Silver (Spatial: Colour)
- Bronze (Ngā Aho)
Gold (Spatial: Exhibition and Temporary Structures)
Bronze (Public Good)
- Gold (Spatial: Emerging Designer)
Madeleine Racz for 'The Forgotten'
- Bronze (Public Good Student Award)
Kyle Ranudo for 'Tail of the Taniwha'
- Bronze (Graphic: Editorial & Books)
- Finalist (Public Good)
Click here to see the full list of 2017 Best Award Winners.