Environmental Design has been recognised at D&AD since the 1980’s, with legends such as Thomas Heatherwick, Norman Foster and Philippe Starck amongst those who have had their work picked out by the judges.
If you’ve worked on a great project this year, be it an exhibition, restaurant or brand experience, submit it for 2010.
Winners receive the coveted Yellow Pencil, fantastic global exposure and a place in the D&AD Annual.
The best Environmental Design of the year sits alongside work in other disciplines ranging from Websites and Graphic Design, to Music Videos and Press Advertising.
Your entry will be judged by a panel of leading Environmental Designers, led by Foreman Mark Dytham of Klein Dytham Architecture, Tokyo.
Judges are asked to consider whether entries are:
-An original and inspiring idea.
-Exceptionally well executed.
-Relevant to context.
Retail & Services
Leisure & Tourism
Public Space & Community
As opposed to architecture and infrastructure, the D&AD Environmental Design categories are intended to recognise the design of spaces and the way in which they are used by their occupants.
Click here for more detailed category descriptions.
How to enter
Entering is simple. Just submit your entry details online and send stills or a short film to explain your entry.
The entry fee is £155.
Enter before Wednesday 18 November to save 10%
The final deadline is Wednesday 27 January 2010.