Andrew Tanner

The BEDG is a unique organisation with a passion for design at the heart of their foundation. I have exhibited with the group over the last decade and the BEDG have, and continue to be, an integral support structure for my company and many others alike. Perhaps an unsung hero in the journey of the designer and maker but never to be underestimated for their strength, determination and vision in supporting emerging and established British talent.

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November 2001

Trade mission USA

15.11.2001 - 19.11.2001

Contemporary Interior Design, Retailing, Trade Fairs

Duration: 8 Days
Participants: 9

Homo@Habitat

05.11.2001 - 01.12.2001

Homo@Habitat

The evolution of British Lifestyle Design - A series of exhibitions promoting UK Creative Industries

Tempio di Adriano, Rome, Italy

The exhibitions:

  • HOMO@HABITAT – THE EVOLUTION OF BRITISH LIFESTYLE DESIGN
  • NEW BRITISH MEDIA: A specially edited selection of the best of new British film, television, video, advertising, music, computer games and on-line learning and special effects
  • IBIS – WHITEBOX: A sensor based Interactive Computer Interface Project, Winner of the ‘Best Foreign Multimedia Project’ Award at the Cannes 2001 Millia Festival
  • DEGREES IN EXCELLENCE
  • YOUNG BLOOD - THE ARTS INSTITUTE AT BOURNEMOUTH: The 2001 Graduate Degree Show of the BA hons Course in Graphic Design, The Arts Institute at Bournemouth
  • MA PRODUCT DESIGN GRADUATES THE ROYAL COLLEGE OF ART
  • HOMELESS CHAIR: An Installation by Rajko Debeljevic, 2001 MA Design Products Degree
  • LIGHT POOLS: An Installation by Ben Martin,, 2001 MA Design Products Degree
  • DESIGN FOR OUR FUTURE SELVES – DESIGN FOR ALL: The Helen Hamlyn Research Centre at the Royal College of Art
  • SEEING DRAWING – RAVENSBOURNE COLLEGE OF DESIGN AND COMMUNICATIONS/THE LONDON INSTITUTE: Exhibition of a Special Software Programme
  • BRANDING BRITAIN
  • NEW BRITAIN CAMPAIGN – JOHNSONBANKS: The New Britain Image Campaign by Michael Johnson, JohnsonBanks
  • WAIT AND SEE: An Installation of the Matthew Hilton Wait Chair

Venue

Tempio di Adriano
Rome, Italy