2019 Awards Winners

The British Cartographic Society Award

Winner: “Streets of Gold” by Warren Vick & Ewan David Eason

Streets of Gold is a beautiful and stunning map of London created on a base of 24 carat gold leaf. Its complex production method and innovative use of OS data is something the judges had never seen before and its a map you can just not help but stop and look at.

Avenza Award for Electronic Mapping

Winner: OS Open Zoomstack by Charley Glynn - Ordnance Survey

John C Bartholomew for Thematic Mapping

Winner: Over the Edge: Death in the Grand Canyon (2018) by Kenneth Field

Commended: Reimagining Nochebus by Steer Group

Commended:London National Park City Map by Urban Good CIC

Commended:The Map – Nairobi by Kirsty Henderson

Commended: Urban Nature Amsterdam by Urban Good CIC

Garsdale Design Award for 3D Mapping

Winner: Coral Cities by Craig Taylor - Ito World

Highly Commended: Old Zurich in Photos by Raluca Nicola

Highly Commended: Mars in 3D by Kenneth Field

Highly Commended: St Helens by Brandon Brooks

Highly Commended: 3D Maps of South America by Mrs Jo Safadari & Oak Class (Year 3), Summer Fields Pre-Prep

OS Award for excellence in the application of Ordnance Survey data

“Streets of Gold” by Warren Vick & Ewan David Eason

Highly Commended: Lake District Four Piece Wall Map by Richard Osborne - From the Workshop Ltd
Commended: Opening access to topographical maps and other data sets to aid flood reduction by Alan Williams - From Kaarbon Technology Ltd

Stanford Awards for Printed Mapping

Winner: The Map - Nairobi by Kirsty Henderson

Highly Commended: The Ordnance Survey Puzzle Book: - by Trapeze (publisher) & Mark Wolstenholme (cartographer).
Highly Commended: Cartography (Book) by Kenneth Field
Highly Commended: Greenland and the European Arctic by Laura Gerrish
Highly Commended: National Geographic Atlas of World War II : - by Greg Ugiansky - National Geographic Partners, LLC
Commended: 1969 by Warren Vick

Ian Mumford Award for excellence in original Cartographic research by students

Winner: Mapping elections: a quantitative analysis of cartographic visualisation techniques by Helena Robertson, University College London

Henry Johns Award for the most outstanding paper published in the Cartographic Journal

Automated Swiss-Style Relief Shading and Rock Hachuring by Roman Geisthövel & Lorenz Hurni

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