The Danish Design Prize 2001

On 26 October the Danish Design Centre awarded companies and designers with the Danish Design Prize for product design and graphic design.

There were three main categories and a total of 13 prizes. This year the jury also presented the nominees in each category.

The awarded and the nominated items will be exhibited in the Danish Design Centre:

27 October 2001 – 13 January 2002

 

 

 

 

 

Product design
Housing and lifestyle

Company: Carlsberg
Design: Thomas Krause mdd
Product: Carlsberg Kildevæld

Building and workplace

Company:
Louis Poulsen Lighting A/S

Design: PLH design as
Product: LP Charisma

Industry and transportation

Company: Radiometer Medical A/S
Design: Steve McGugan mdd. Niels Fremming and others
Product: AutoCheck

Play, hobby and sport

Company: Quorning Boats A/S
Design: Børge & Jens Quorning
Product: Dragonfly 1200

The public space

Company: AFA JCDecaux AS
Design: Knud Holscher Industriel Design
Knud Holscher maa mdd
Per Kristian Dahl mdd
Product: Bus shelter

The Classic Prize (product design)

Company: Kvadrat A/S
Design: Nanna Ditzel mdd fcsd
Product: Hallingdal textiles

Graphic design
Design programmes

Company: Danske Bank
Design: Kontrapunkt A/S
Product: Designprogramme for Danske Bank

Typeface design

Company: Danske Bank
Design: Kontrapunkt A/S
Bo Linnemann
Product:Typeface for Danske Bank

Analogue communication

Product: Book about Bang & Olufsen
Design: Christine Øst Skov, Anne Mette Degn-Petersen

Digital communication

Company: Oncotype
Design: Morten Westermann
Mattias Bodlund
Morten Schjødt
Product: Oncotype website

Packaging

Company: Bald & Bang ApS
Design: Holger Strøm
Product: IQlight packaging

The Classic Prize
(graphic design)

Company: TOMS Gruppen
Product: Signature and box of Blå Ga-Jol

The Vision Prize

Product: BOASE future house
Design: Andreas Lauesen, Christian Dalsdorf, Jens-Christian Carlsson, Liv Løvetand Hansen, Maja Asaa, Mikala Holme Samsøe, Susanne Skov, Signe Søes-Petersen

 

Catalogue

A catalogue (also in English) of the nominated items and the winners has been published. The catalogue costs 70 DKr (64 pages) and can be ordered through the Danish Design Centre's shop: shop@ddc.dk