The Brit Insurance Designs Awards

Some photos from the Brit Insurance Designs of the Year 2010 exhibition which is now taking place at Design Museum in London.

Clouds, Denmark
Designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec for Kvadrat

L-E-D-LED-L-ED, Japan
Designed by Dilight

Soma, Tel Aviv, Israel
Designed by Ayala Serfaty

Grassworks, Netherlands
Designed by Jair Straschnow

Extrusions, UK
Designed by Thomas Heatherwick Studio

Panda Eyes, UK
Designed by Jason Bruges Studio for WWF

The Idea of a Tree, Austria
Designed by mischer’traxler (Katharina Mischer and Thomas Traxler)

Kyoto Box, Kenya
Designed by Jon Bohmer

Breathe Furniture, Australia
Designed by Helen Kontouris

Gocycle, UK
Designed and manufactured by Karbon Kinetics Ltd

Beehaus, UK
Designed by Omlet (Johannes Paul, James Tuthill, William Windham, Simon Nicholls and Rob Harper Gow)

Hope Chandelier, Italy
Designed by Francisco Gomez Paz and Paolo Rizzatto for Luceplan

Blown-fabric Lanterns, Japan
Designed by Nendo
Produced by Asahi Kasei Fibers Corporation

Urbikes, Fourth Generation
Urban Bicycle, Spain
Designed by Eduard Sentis
Manufactured by Modular BPS

Typographic Trees, Crawley Library, UK
Designed by Gordon Young and Why Not Associates


Polytopia, Australia
Designed by Lucas Chirnside

Sugru, UK
Designed by Jane ni Dhulchaointigh
Researched and developed by James Carrigan, Dr Steve Westall, Dr Ian Moss and Tom Dowden

Folding Plug, UK
Designed by Min-Kyu Choi

Hats: An Anthology by Stephen Jones, V&A Museum, London, UK