Awards

ADC Award | 2006

In 2006, Triad Berlin received the Art Directors Club’s (ADC) Award in the category of “communication in spaces” for Dr. Oetker World. The ADC awards Germany’s most prestigious creative prize. The organisation aims to improve creative achievements in Germany and to set new standards. The prize for the “communication in spaces” category was first awarded in 2003.
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red dot: best of the best | 2005

In 2005, Triad Berlin was awarded the “red dot: best of the best” for “Dr. Oetker World” in the category “communication design”. The red dot design award is one of the most prestigious international competitions. It has been rewarding outstanding achievements in communication design since 1993.
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SINUS - System Integration Award | 2003

In 2003, the media installation “Sky Chapel” in Bertelsmann AG’s Berlin representative office received the SINUS - Systems Integration Award in the “Business” category. The award honours achievements in the field of media technology and systems integration in regard to creativity, planning and realisation of communications projects.
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ADC Award: Silver Nail | 2003

In 2003, Triad Berlin received the Art Directors Club’s (ADC) Silver Nail in the category of “communication in spaces” for Wall AG’s showroom. The ADC awards Germany’s most prestigious creative prize. The organisation aims to improve creative achievements in Germany and to set new standards. The prize for the “communication in spaces” category was first awarded in 2003.
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ADC Award: Silver Nail | 2003

In 2003, Triad Berlin received the Art Directors Club’s (ADC) Silver Nail in the category of “communication in spaces” for Zurich Versicherung’s EXPO Pavilion “Happy End – In Pursuit Of Happiness” at the 2002 national exhibition in Biel. The ADC awards Germany’s most prestigious creative prize. The organisation aims to improve creative achievements in Germany and to set new standards. The prize for the “communication in spaces” category was first awarded in 2003.
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German Public Relations Award | 2001

Bertelsmann AG 2001 received the German Public Relations GOLDEN BRIDGE Award in the category “Institutional Public Relations” for their pavilion “Planet m” at the EXPO 2000 in Hanover. The pavilion had been designed by Triad Berlin. The German Public Relations Award is the most prestigious award in Public Relations within German-speaking countries.
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Essen University Award | 1998

The exhibition “The Dream of Vision” at the Gasometer in Oberhausen received the 1998 Essen University Award. The jury found that this exhibition about the history of German television documented the interplay between technical progress and cultural development in a unique manner. The Essen University Award honours special achievements in mediating between science and the public.
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Team

Never start working without a plan.
Andreas Schmitz, CAD-Illustrator

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