FS Untitled digital playground wins Red Dot Award

Background

In March, The Space Between created an exciting digital playground to showcase Fontsmith’s endlessly flexible new typeface FS Untitled. This work has just won a much-coveted Red Dot Award in the online category. In sessions that lasted several days, the 26 experts on the Red Dot jury evaluated each of the large number of entries individually, live and on site. This year saw designers and companies from a total of 46 countries take part in the award.

Award ceremony and exhibition

Steve and Matt of The Space Between are looking forward to attending the Red Dot Gala on 4 November 2016 in the Konzerthaus Berlin with Fontsmith’s Jason and Tam. After the Gala, all Red Dot prize winners will be celebrated at the Designers’ Night in the E-Werk Berlin. Here the exclusive winners’ exhibition ‘Design on Stage’ will be presented which will include the award-winning FS Untitled project.

The Red Dot Design Awards

The origins of the Red Dot Design Award date back to 1955. The now internationally renowned name and brand of the competition were developed by Prof. Dr. Peter Zec in the 1990s. The ‘Red Dot’ has established itself internationally as one of the most coveted seals of quality for good design, documenting the most incisive trends around the world in everything from products to communication projects, packaging to design concept and prototypes. The award-winning designs are exhibited in the Red Dot Design Museums.