Hidden Art wins Best Contribution to 100% Design 2005
Hidden Art’s hard work over its eight outings at 100% Design has finally been recognised by the Blueprint Award for the best Contribution to 100% Design in 2005.
17 Hidden Art members with another two from Hidden Art Cornwall exhibited with us at London’s top trade fair. The award is designed to reward the company or person who, in the opinion of the judges, has made the most creative impact at 100% Design – whether it be for stand design, graphics or products.
This is the first year that Hidden Art has done all the graphic design for promotional materials in-house, with stand design by exhibition specialist Marc Younger.
The judges felt that the stand was collectively outstanding with each product allowed to shine individually, celebrating the diverse work of emerging designers and summing up the spirit of 100% Design.
- Charles Trevelyan – Shelflife (shelving unit), Titanic (table lamp)
Colin O’Dowd – Plonk (chaise longue), Beat (wall mounted coat hook), Big Bang (side table)
Conscious Forms – Lite3 (directional light), In-Out (concrete wall panels)
Eriko Sukegawa – Wavy Magazine Rack
Duffy London – Glo-Chandelier (pendant light), Glo-Table (coffee table incorporating light source)
Joe Pipal – Primary (storage units)
Kim Robertson & Claire Coles – Butterfly, Koi, Blossom (wallpapers), Blossom Table
Leonhard Pfeifer – 304 Walnut range (low lounge table and storage units)
Magnus Long – Standing Hanger
Michelle Mason – Tippi and Grace (table lamps)
Mizuyo Yamashita – Butterly and Flora (ceramics range)
Nebula Design – Clusterstand (hat and coat stand)
Olivier & Co – Sydner (occasional table), Latimer (console table)
Ryan Frank – Traffic (coffee table), Loot (pendant light)
Roz Sheldon – Floral ceramics range
- Soop Design – Duncan Mugs (mugs), Plate is for Pea (dinner plates)
From Hidden Art Cornwall:-
- Green and Blue – Birdball (a nesting box for birds)
- Ismini Samanidou – Ismini Fabric, Ismini Panel (textiles)
Hidden Art is a respected platform at 100% Design, launching some of the brightest new stars in the business to the international market. In 2004 Hidden Art presented 10 new and emerging London design talents covering a range of disciplines, including Anti-Quaint, Gary van Broekhoven, Rock Galpin for Heal’s, Jenny Hughes, Aline Johnson, Alexandra Mitchell, Susana Shaw, Sasha Gabbe, Alys Walton and Dominic McCausland.
Hidden Art participants
Charles Trevelyan with Shelflife
Colin O’Dowd kicking back on his Plonk chaise longue
Junior Phipps of Conscious Forms with his concrete lights and wall panels
Glo-Table by Duffy London
Eriko Sukegawa with her Wavy Magazine Rack
Joe Pipal with Primary storage units
Kim Robertson and Claire Coles with their ornate wallpaper designs
Leonhard Pfiefer relaxing on his 304-Walnut Low Lounge Table
Magnus Long with his rainbow-coloured Standing Hangers
Michelle Mason with her Tippi and Grace lamps
Flora Bowls by Mizuyo Yamashita
Antonia Burke and Daniel Brod of Nebula Design hiding behind their Clusterstands
Roz Sheldon with her range of ceramic vessels
Ryan Frank with his Traffic Table and Loot Light
Wai Lian Scannell of Soop Design with her Duncan Mugs
100% Design 2005 was the debut showcasing event for Hidden Art’s first franchise, Hidden Art Cornwall. There were two Cornish participants, Green and Blue and Ismini Samanidou.
Hidden Art Cornwall’s stand
Kate Knapp of Green and Blue with Birdball
Ismini Samanidou with her Ismini textiles