The category winners from the Design Museum's first Brit Insurance Design of the Year Awards, the not so warmly received new awards programme calling itself the ‘Turner Prize of International Design' that has replaced the controversial Designer of the Year Awards, have been announced. 100 projects were nominated by ‘a group of internationally respected design experts, curators, critics, practitioners and enthusiasts' (including Rolf Fehlbaum, Lars Muller and Antonio Citterio) and divided within seven categories, with the winners of each going head to head for the ultimate Designer of the Year title on 18th March.

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