Awards & Recognition
Awarded the Design Guild Mark for the eClean™ bedside cabinet.
‘The Worshipful Company of Furniture Makers’ introduced the Design Guild Mark to reward the work of the finest furniture designers working in volume production in Britain and the best of British furniture designers working abroad. The Mark is awarded for excellence in design, use of materials, manufacture and function.
Awarded the Building Better Healthcare Award, Best Product Used in the Interior Environment for the work on the eClean™ bedside cabinet.
The biggest and most respected awards in the healthcare-built environment. The Building Better Healthcare Awards have been recognising, rewarding and celebrating best practice and world class architecture, design, facilities and estates management in the healthcare-built environment for over a decade.
Open to building, improvement and design projects which demonstrate all-round excellence, the BBH Awards celebrate the achievements of individuals and teams working in either the public or private sectors.
Awarded the Horners Award for Plastics Design & Innovation for the work on the eCleanTM bedside cabinet. The Horners Award is an annual award for an imaginative or innovative contribution to the plastics industry. The Worshipful Company of Horners was founded to set and maintain standards in the ancient craft of the Horner.
After it had 'adopted' plastics, the company introduced an award to encourage good design in plastics, these materials being the logical successor to the horn.
Awarded the Plastics Award 2010, Industrial Product Design for the work on the eClean™ bedside cabinet. The Plastics Industry Awards isheld annually in London, and is dedicated to rewarding innovation and exceptional performance. The Plastics Industry Awards acknowledge the best companies and the best people in the market.
Order received from NHS Supply Chain for 480 eClean™ bedside cabinets for clinical trials at the designated Showcase Hospitals around the UK.
Official press launch of ‘Design Bugs Out’ products at the Design Council, London.
Awarded a category on ‘Design Bugs Out’, an initiative commissioned by the Department of Health, NHS Purchasing & Supply Agency and the Design Council which challenged designers and manufacturers to redesign furniture with the aim of reducing Healthcare Associated Infections, (HCAI’s). We were tasked with looking at the bedside cabinet.