Peabody's Byron Close Arches project has won the Wayfinding & Environmental Graphics category in the Design Week Awards 2018. The winners were announced at an award ceremony held on Tuesday 26 June 2018, at the Pavilion at the Tower of London.
The Design Week Awards are the leading accolade in the design industry, catering for every area of commercial design. The Wayfinding & Environmental Graphics category looks at print or digital signage and other environmental graphics for towns and cities, commercial or cultural buildings or developments, and public services such as schools and healthcare facilities.
Kate Batchelor, Senior Regeneration Manager at Peabody said: “We’re delighted that our Byron Close Arches project has been recognised in this year's Design Week Awards. It was a fantastic team effort and I’d like to especially thank our partners Alphabetical and KD Productions for all their hard work. This project is one of many as we’re set to deliver over £1 billion of significant improvements to housing, green spaces, waterways and economic prosperity over the next 30 years in Thamesmead."