George P. Johnson [GPJ] wins multple 2012 event design awards

Engagement marketing company GPJ was the only Australian agency among the winners of the globally-contested 2012 Event Design Awards.

The 2012 Event Design Awards recognize “the best of the best among the industry’s change agents, and the award-winning projects reflect how the world’s best creative studios are reinventing experience design across all categories”.

GPJ picked up four Event Design Awards. Their Emirates Melbourne Cup Marquee won silver in the ‘Best Consumer Event Exhibit/Environment’ category.  GPJ was named as the Event Design Award Winner for the ‘Best Modular + Custom Exhibit’ for their Chrysler Regional Displays project. GPJ was also awarded Gold in the ‘Best Online/ Virtual Element /Micro-site’ category for their Cisco GSX 2011 project. They were also recognised in the ‘Best Use of Exterior Media/Adv’ category winning gold as the Builders for Ralph Appelbaum Associates and SYPartners IBM Think project. See awards listed below.

For Emirates, GPJ Australia provided full service from strategy and creative concepts to 3D design, theming, fabrication and construction and on-site implementation and management. On Australia’s busiest sporting event day and when the whole world is watching, Emirates and their valued guests were in a safe pair of hands. GPJ delivered flawlessly for Emirates for the fourth year in a row, and is also producing the Melbourne Cup Marquee for 2012.
BEST CONSUMER EVENT EXHIBIT/ENVIRONMENT

Silver Winner:
Designer/Builder: George P. Johnson
Client: Emirates
Project: Melbourne Cup Marquee

BEST MODULAR+CUSTOM EXHIBIT
Event Design Award Winner:
Designer/Builder: George P. Johnson
Client: Chrysler
Project: Regional Displays

BEST ONLINE/VIRTUAL ELEMENT/MICRO-SITE

Gold Winner:
Partners: George P. Johnson, Juxt Interactive
Client: Cisco
Project: GSX 2011
BEST USE OF EXTERIOR MEDIA/AV
Gold Winner:
Designers: Ralph Appelbaum Associates, SYPartners
Builders: George P. Johnson, Mirada
Client: IBM
Project: Think

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