Colour In Design Award: Part 1 Disciplines

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Colour in Design Award

PRIZE: The prize given includes a £1,000 cash prize to support the development of your design career/product development, alongside ongoing mentoring and opportunities to discuss your product and design ambitions with industry experts.

OVERVIEW: Present work of an outstanding and original nature where colour features as a fundamental element of the design which contributes significantly to its success. The work should have a notable positive effect on the user and environment.

RELEVANT FOR: Textiles & Fashion, Costume Design, Ceramics & Glass, Jewellery & Precious Metalwork, Contemporary Design Crafts.

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Submit your entries by Friday 14 August (23.59PM).

WINNER NAME:

Zoe Noakes @z.a.noakes

UNIVERSITY:

Surface Pattern Design, UWTSD

TITLE OF WORK:

Spectral Magic

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

Iridescent films layered with kiln-formed glass transform spaces into sensory playgrounds filled with kinetic colour and sculptural light. A demonstration that immaterial moments of shared joy can transcend all physical barriers. Spectral palettes remind us to embrace the possibilities within the unknown and use colour to create space to grow.

AWARD BRIEF DESCRIPTION:

Present work of an outstanding and original nature where colour features as a fundamental element of the design which contributes significantly to its success. The work should have a notable positive effect on the user and environment.

JUDGES COMMENTS:

We are very pleased to announce the first winner of the 2020 Colour In Design Award is very worthy winner Zoe Noakes. A surface pattern design graduate of UWTSD, her project ‘Spectral Magic’ explored the aesthetics of joy resulting in an immersive experience of colour which was truly outstanding. The Judges all agreed Zoe was a design force of the future to be reckoned with. “Zoe is such a worthy winner, we are very excited for her” judge Russell Whitehead 2LG Studio .

AWARD PRIZE:

The prize given includes a £1,000 cash prize to support the development of your design career/product development, alongside ongoing mentoring and opportunities to discuss your product and design ambitions with industry experts.