Saturday, 2 May 2015


The Dulux Let’s Colour Awards took place at The Magazine Restaurant – a stunning venue designed by award winning architect Zaha Hadid.
The Awards celebrated impactful and innovative uses of colour and design over the past year. The contemporary awards trophies were of a semi circular design and a different colour for each category.

The awards lining up 
Here are a few of the winners:
Scottish fashion designer, Jonathan Saunders, was awarded with the Contribution to Colour award for a lasting contribution of bringing colour to people’s lives.
Jonathan Saunders

Best Use of Colour in Fashion & Beauty Award went to Psychedelic Clothesline. See their products on Etsy
direct link to Pyschedelic Clothesline on Etsy

Psychedelic Clothesline

 Kit Miles was named as Young Designer of the Year,
Kit Miles

 Best Use of Colour in Homes & Interiors = Raw Edges, The Lake Collection

 Best Use of Colour in the Arts = Dan Tobin Smith, First Law of Kipple

 Best Use of Colour in Fashion & Beauty = Psychedelic Clothesline

 Colour Innovation in Technology & Design = Plastique Fantastique & Marco Barotti, Sound of Light

 Best Use of Colour in Commercial Architecture & Buildings = Aberrant Architecture, Rosemary Works School

 Young Designer = Kit Miles

 Contribution to Colour = Jonathan Saunders

 Colour Moment of the Year = Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red (poppies and original concept created by artist Paul Cummins and installation designed by Tom Piper – by Paul Cummins Ceramics Limited in conjunction with Historic Royal Palaces originally at HM Tower of London)

Created by the UK’s leading paint brand, Dulux, the Let’s Colour Awards are designed to celebrate and reward the most innovative uses of colour and design across the wide spectrum of Britain’s creative industries and events. For further information, visit:

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