The Winning Collection designed by Landmass London
Designers of the Winning Collection, Ruth and Eleri of Landmass London
Design process of the winning piece, marble-topped sideboard designed by Landmass London
Additional pieces from the Winning Collection by Landmass London
The whole Bespoke By Decca project had a fantastic response from the public and we received nearly 1,300 votes. After counting all the votes, we asked the top 3 finalists - Elicyon, Landmass London and Laura Hammett - to join the judges for dinner in our showroom. They had an opportunity to present their collection in more depth, explaining each aspect of the collection.
Ruth and Eleri of Landmass London presenting their collection to the judges
Laura and Aaron Hammett talking the judges through their collection
Laura Hammett and Kate Burnett at the judging evening
Charu of Elicyon describing their collection to the judges
Gemma Allman, director of Decca London, listening to Elicyon's presentation
Four impartial judges (Jenny Gibbs, Kate Burnett, Grant Pierrus and Martyn White) made the decision based on a number of criteria of which the strongest was choosing the Winner according to their whole collection rather than a single piece. They also considered the innovative use of materials and progression of ideas.
Grant Pierrus, Jenny Gibbs, Martyn White and Gemma Allman
Grant Pierrus, Jenny Gibbs and Martyn White as the judges for the Bespoke By Decca project
Kate Burnett and Grant Pierrus as the judges for the Bespoke By Decca project
We will now work with the designers of Landmass London on developing each piece of their collection and it will go into production very soon.
Every designer had great ideas and we would like to thank all of them for taking part in our Bespoke By Decca project. We look forward to working with them on future projects.
4 October 2016