Leaders Under 40 Awards

#Under40Awards created by Berry Place for Leaders, recognising talent and championing excellence in the professional world of sport.

Client - Leaders

Fabulous High Street Fashion Awards 2015

For the fifth consecutive year, Berry Place have created the iconic Fabulous High Street Fashion Award for Sun Fabulous, a subsidiary of the The Sun Lifestyle.

This year's event, hosted by Lorraine Kelly, featured a multitude of high-profile fashion names, including ASOS, H&M, River Island, Topshop, Zara, Kurt Geiger, New Look, French Connection, Reiss, Ted Baker and many more.

Client - Fabulous


Design Week Awards 2015 @ The Roundhouse, Camden

This year marks the 25th anniversary of the Design Week Awards, which were held at the amazing Roundhouse venue in Camden.

The night was organised exceptionally well by the team at Centaur and comedian, Sue Perkins, hosted the evening magnificently, keeping the audience in stitches throughout. Great people, delicious food and a stunning venue, culminated in a wonderful evening out and an good opportunity to meet others in the industry.

As sponsors of the Design Week Awards and creators of the trophies for five years, David Austen, Berry Place Managing Director, presented the award for Production Design (Industrial) to the London Fire Brigade for their 'Searched Tags' design, with other category nominees including The Coca Cola Company, The Linde Group, Green & Blue and FactoryDesign.

Editor of Design Week, Angus Montgomery offered feedback on this year's trophies:

"This year’s trophy design updates the DW lightbulb by bringing in hints of our new branding. We’ve also brought back the wood base from previous years. It was great to see them in the hands of all the winners”

Also announced at the event this year was the Design Week 'Hall of Fame', which will run alongside the awards each year and recognise individuals within design who have made a significant contribution to the industry. This year's entries include Sir Jonny Ive, Edward Barber OBE, Jay Osgerby OBE, Paul Priestman, Professor Malcolm Garrett, Morag Myerscough, Dinah Casson, Margaret Calvert, Neville Brody and Sir John Sorrell.

Information on the category award nominees and winners can be found here with more general information on the Design Week Awards here





Heath Robinson Tribute @ McCann London

Currently on display in the grand foyer of McCann London’s beautiful 1930’s art deco offices, is a tribute to the wild and iconic cartoonist & illustrator, Heath Robinson.

The display, which was open to the public during 'Open London', features giant polystyrene balloons and authentic 1930’s garments draped over stainless steel washing lines, resulting in a great homage to the both the works and the era of innovative designer. 

Find out more on the display at 

Client - McCann London 


Tropical Props

 A range of tropical acrylic props cut and laser engraved in various colours for a glamorous photo-shoot, turned around in just 72 hours.

Client - Soft Paris (



Facebook Awards

Berry Place are proud to be involved with The Facebook Awards, celebrating the year's most creative, brilliant, original and inspired campaigns, including the 'ALS Ice Bucket Challenge’, ‘#LikeAGirl’ or the brilliant Adobe Photoshop 'Halloween Murder Mystery'.
A total of 155 awards were produced by Berry Place from American Walnut, finished with Danish oil. Laser engraving in the timber was used to highlight the winners details and each award was presented in a specially made presentation box with litho printed and foil blocked graphics.
CnC machined aluminium components were custom anodised in colours to match bronze, silver, gold, and the highest accolade of all, blue, to represent the tier of award given to this year’s finalists, as judged by some of the top creatives in the industry.
The campaigns, originating from over 160 countries worldwide, fall into one of several fundamental categories: Integrated, Craft, Media, Social Technology, New Frontier and Facebook for Good.
Client - DesignBridge

House Heads

Berry Place designed and created three wearable model buildings, including a Commuter Belt Bolt Hole, an Urban Apartment Block and a Cross Rail Crash Pad, as part of an advertising campaign for, a property crowdfunding platform.

The models, finished in just five days, were designed to fit comfortably on the actors’ heads and were built upon a modified cycle helmet. Foam-core and scale plastic sheeting for the bricks and tiles were used to keep the buildings as lightweight as possible.

One of the models featured interior lighting and another was rigged to have the guttering fall and re-set for repeat takes.

Client - Above & Beyond



Model Making in Demand


New Blades, the graduate recruitment fair for the model making industry, draws final year students from the University of Hertfordshire, Arts University Bournemouth, University of Bolton, University for the Creative Arts and City of Glasgow College. It provides a great opportunity for graduates to showcase final year projects to industry, with the aim of securing work and placements across multiple facets of industry - including design, production, film, arts and advertising.
This year, according to Paul Johnson, principal lecturer & course leader at Arts University Bournemouth, graduates who exhibited at New Blades have all since found work, with many commencing employment the Monday immediately following the show. He went on to say "students [from the Arts University Bournemouth] were being offered jobs over the phone without interviews!"
Despite the fact that current technology, such as realistic digital rendering and 3D printing can potentially offer alternative solutions to physical models, David Austen, Managing Director at Berry Place commented “it’s safe to say model making is in demand”.
For more information on New Blades, visit or the Facebook Page here



Bacardi TANG™

As part of a promotional launch for Bacardi TANG™, a revolutionary new green tea-based spirit, Berry Place collaborated with The Brand Union to design and produce over 200 branded lead crystal drinking glasses.
Picked from our network of trusted suppliers, Berry Place worked closely with one of the few remaining hand-made lead crystal manufacturers in the UK to produce the bespoke glasses. Leaf patterns were engraved around the sides, conveying the drink’s green tea origins, with the Bacardi TANG™ logo prominently displayed at the base.
Produced in France and positioned towards the Chinese market, the limited-edition spirit derives from the Tang dynasty, representing a time of great accomplishment and innovation for China.
Client - The Brand Union, Bacardi



"Mass of Time,” is a beautiful and original conceptual instrument that lets you ‘touch’ and ‘feel’ time as solid matter.
Commissioned by Clarks and The Halo Trust, designed by Kacper Hamilton Studio and produced by Berry Place, the innovative and unusual “Mass of Time” timepiece has recently finished a global tour of exhibitions (Frieze NY, Design Shanghai and Milan’s Salone del Mobile), with all proceeds from its upcoming auction going to The Halo Trust charity, a UK-based organisation committed to removing "explosive remnants of war” (unexploded ordnance) from communities around the world.
"Mass of Time" weighs predefined periods of time using a set of scales and a sand timer. Each machined aluminium weight allows one to measure three, five or ten minutes. The process starts with a chosen weight/time placed on one side of the scales, the timer is then set in motion by turning the stopcock, allowing the sand to flow into the brass bowl. When the needle is balanced, the designated time has elapsed.
The piece comes presented in a custom made flight case, divided into neatly separated components.
For more information, visit
Client - Kacper Hamilton Studio, Clarks, Halo Trust

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