We are thrilled that these Art on the Underground projects have won such prestigious awards
The awards recognise quality, high standards and innovation in the design industry.
Linear also won the Public sector campaigns category.
Art on the Underground appointed Rose Design to work on a project which was part of a series of works to mark the 30th anniversary of the Jubilee line.
The first in the collection was Linear by artist Dryden Goodwin, which developed through an invitation from Art on the Underground to make portraits of Jubilee line staff.
Goodwin drew 60 pencil portraits of staff at work, or at moments of pause in their day, and has created 60 films recording the drawings being made.
Rose Design worked together with Goodwin and Art on the Underground to communicate the project to Tube users, pedestrians and other audiences.
This was done through the 96-sheet billboard at Southwark Underground station, to posters, leaflets and digital screens.
The Underground's video escalator panels were also used to show footage of the drawings coming to life.
The judges from Design Week said that this was an exceptional piece of public art and an important piece of employer communication.
The artist Dryden Goodwin's beautiful drawings and inspiring interviews particularly stood out.
The panel also commented that these drawings with inspiring interviews make you want to check out the Transport for London (TfL) website and were a true benchmark of British design.
Tamsin Dillon, Head of Art on the Underground, said: 'We are thrilled that these Art on the Underground projects have won such prestigious awards.
'This reflects the importance of our mission to work with the very best contemporary artists and designers, as we build on London Underground's enviable heritage in this area.
'Rose Design really deserves this accolade, they have been excellent colleagues, their designs, coupled with their sensitive and supportive approach to the vision of the artists we work with, and their understanding of the complexities of working within the Tube environment, have made this a truly rewarding working relationship.'
Simon Elliot, Rose Design, said: 'The Art on the Underground Dryden Goodwin project needed to be grounded at a specific site, but with enough additional means of communication to ensure that travellers could enjoy the work remotely, and have a means of responding to the work.
'In working closely with the artist and curators to find the most appropriate media and solutions in a highly public environment the project has successfully connected an amazingly broad demographic with a public art project.
'The overwhelmingly positive response from both staff and public alike would seem to support this.'
Dryden Goodwin, artist, said: 'I was attracted to the unique nature of the Underground, Linear was an attempt to draw out the personal and intimate within the context of the Tube.
'Working with Art on the Underground and Rose Design, we were incredibly conscious of not overly packaging the project, but through a lightness of touch, helping to activate the central ideas of Linear.
'It is great that Design Week have recognised the shared purpose behind the design work on Linear and how this collaboration became an integral part of inviting the public to engage with the project.'
The judges also said that 'One Thing Leads to Another - Everything is Connected', an exhibition held at City Hall earlier in the year which brought together a new series of artists' works commissioned by Art on the Underground for the Jubilee line, was 'great and brave commissioning'.
Rose Design also received a commendation in the Public Sector campaigns category for their collaboration in Art on the Underground's One Thing Leads to Another - Everything is connected exhibition.
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