Do you aspire to gain prestige, recognition, credibility and publicity for your design work? If so, the A ‘Design Award & Competition is for you.
The design award A ‘2020.
As the world’s largest international design competition with a jury, the competition is open to individuals and businesses. And, with over 100 categories in which to submit your work, all creative disciplines are covered. In addition, the registration period is still open, which means that this year could be the year that you will be part of this distinguished collective.
To date, more than 180 nationalities have entered the competition, with the global design ranking A ‘Design Award highlighting countries according to the number of designers who have historically won. Simply put, by entering the competition, you could directly influence the status and reputation of your home country. With 14,566 laureates, the chance of you joining the elite is high.
Winners receive a complete kit which includes (but is not limited to) a 3D Printed Metal A ‘Design Award; an annual directory; free participation and allocation of space in the exhibition of the winners in Italy; tickets for two to the prestigious gala evening; publicity and visibility through DesignMedia communications; and access to a jury of some 211 members made up of design professionals, members of the press and academics.
To encourage wonderful designers to enter this year’s competition, while celebrating the winners over the years, we’re taking a look at some of our favorite work from A ‘Design Award winners over the years. From the fields of architecture, art, interior design, fashion, lighting, graphic design, visual communication, textiles, installations and more.
Do not be too long. Register your work today at competition.adesignaward.com and focus on these pages next April as we announce the winners of the 2021-2022 edition. It could very well be you.
Modular Peep Screen by Guorong Luo, winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-to-Use Design category, 2017-2018.
Loong Swimming Club by Xiang Li; Winner in the Interior and Exhibition Space Design category, 2019-2020.
Ming Chuan Interior Design Co., Ltd. Interior design by Ming Ju Hsieh,
Winner in the Interior and Exhibition Space Design category, 2019-2020.
Work of abstract compositions by Nestor Ramos Martinez, winner in the category Computer graphics and design of 3D models, 2018-2019.
They New York Footwear by They New York won in the Shoe, Shoe and Boot Design category, 2017 – 2018.
10: 1 compressible furniture by Christian Hammer Juhl
Winner in the Furniture, decorative objects and household items design category, 2017 – 2018.
Free Estonian Entertainment by Olga Raag; Winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-made Design category, 2019-2020.
Golden Dot Invasion Christmas Ornament by Impactplan Art Productions, winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design category, 2020 – 2021.
Perma Cave Bakery by Minyi Zhang, Yingcong Ho and Ven Lu,
Winner in the Interior and Exhibition Space Design category, 2018-2019.
Cultural Space of No.16 Bangchiao Commercial by Wang Daquan-Tanzospace Design Office, winner in the Architecture, Building and Structure Design category, 2018-2019.
Sailing Castle Pavilion by Cheng Tsung Feng, winner in the Architecture, Construction and Structural Design category, 2018-2019.
See Change Glasses by Luo Shuzhen,
Winner in the Fashion and Travel Accessories Design category, 2018-2019.
Origami art installation is a winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-to-Use category, 2015 – 2016.”/>
Kaz Shirane’s Light Origami art installation is a winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-to-Use category, 2015 – 2016.
Upholstery fabric from the Jungle collection by Ioannis Solomozis, winner in the textile, fabric, textures, patterns and fabric design category, 2017-2018.
Trill MacHine voice treatment device by Lichen Wang,
Winner in the Arts, Crafts and Ready-made Design category, 2018-2019.
The Thinker Poster by Miriam Trilety, winner in the Graphic Design and Visual Communication category, 2018-2019.
The future is now Living Lab Living Lab by Daisuke Nagatomo and Minnie Jan; Winner in the category Sustainable products, projects and ecological design, 2019-2020.
Barin Ski Resort by Ryra Design Studio, winner in the Architecture, Building and Structural Design category, 2015-2016.
Matthew McCormick’s Halo Lamp is a winner in the Lighting Product and Lighting Project Design category, 2016 – 2017.