We are delighted to announced that Whybrow and creative partners Atelier Works have been awarded a Bronze in this year’s Transform Europe awards. The annual awards recognise excellence and reward innovation in branding across Europe.
Our project was shortlisted in the ‘Best wayfinding or signage’ category for our wayfinding strategy for Camden Council’s new headquarters at 5 Pancras Square, King’s Cross.
The 2017 Transform Europe awards celebrated entries from Austria to France, to Sweden, Romania, Poland and beyond. Branding talent from charities, NGOs, corporate firms and agencies was all on display. With fierce competition, the calibre of entries broke all previous awards records, with a 35% increase in both the companies entering and the actual number of entries.
The awards ceremony, hosted by comedian and actor Russell Kane, was held at the Brewery, in Moorgate, London.
Andrew Thomas, publishing editor at Transform magazine, said, “We are proud to host an evening where all those in the branding community can celebrate and take pride in all that they have achieved and contributed.”
“Each brand that has been involved in this year’s awards, global or local, has demonstrated outstanding creative ability and strategic thought while working closely and collaborating with their agencies.”
You can read more about the project here.
The team below L-R:
Whybrow: Talia Bingham, Tim Groom, Ian Whybrow, Nicola Wordsworth
Atelier Works: Quentin Newark, Daniela Meloni (who worked with Atelier Works at the time)