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A’ Design Award & Competition is the Worlds’ leading design accolade reaching design enthusiasts in over 106 countries in 40 languages: A’ Design Award winning works are translated to all major languages in order to connect design lovers, press members and design buyers from across the globe. If you’re interested, you can register your design, here.
The A’ Design Award and Competition offers a unique platform for designers to sell their winning ideas to sponsor companies. In turn, the companies are also able to bid for the competing design ideas and make offers to buy the designs. To see the full list of benefits for winners – click here.
The online platform also provides an exhibition system and creates free profile pages for designers, innovators and companies.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. OPEN 45 Credenza by Adam Friedman. Photography by New City Photography .
The interactive platform allows you to write your biography or corporate profile, create an extensive online portfolio by adding additional designs, and exhibit new designs or products.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. Mountain Bench by Yi Feng. Photography by Yi Feng, 2019 .
A’ Design Award and Competitions are organized and awarded annually in a wide range of categories (over 100), including Good Industrial Design Award, Good Architecture Design Award, Good Product Design Award, Good Communication Design Award, Good Service Design Award and the Good Fashion Design Award. You can see the full list of award categories – here, and you can read an explanation of why there are so many categories – here.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. Astron Shape Shifting Rug by Ingrid Kulper. Photography by Ewa malmsten Nordell.
As a winner of the A’ Design Award and Competition, some of the benefits you will receive include a mention in both the exhibition and the annual yearbook, winners badges, publicity through an extensive PR campaign (magazine and blog promotion), proof of creation document, and a variety of winner services.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. Olah by Maurice L. Dery. Photography by Jordan N. Dery.
You’ll also be included in the world design rankings, as well as receive feedback notes from the Jury and your score sheet.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. Peyto Side Table by Kamyar Ahmadi Azari. Photography by Kamyar Ahmadi Azari, 2018.
You’ll also receive an awards trophy and the option to sell your winning design and sales listings, two invitations to the gala night event, a design business calculator, video and design spotlight interviews, a designer of the year opportunity, marketing andn consulting opportunities, and more. For a full list of the prizes, click here.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. The Cube House by Ahmed Habib – Lines. Photography by Ahmed Habib – Lines, 2018.
Each entry in the competition is judged by the A’ Award Jury – a panel of dozens of academics, design professionals, members of the press, and focus groups.
Find more photos and information about this project, here. Hong Kong West Kowloon Station High-Speed Rail Terminus by Andrew Bromberg – Aedas. Photography by Andrew Bromberg at Aedas and Paul Warchol .
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Find more photos and information about this project, here. Vello Bar Cart by Fabricio Roncca. Photography by Saccaro, 2017.
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Find more photos and information about this project, here. Yuanlu Community Center by Jie Lee- Challenge Design. Photography by Prism Images / Arch-exist .
The deadline for early submissions is July 4th, 2019, and results will be announced to public on April 15, 2020.
To be part of the A’ Design Award and Competition register your designs – here, and if English isn’t your first language you see the call for entries in multiple languages – here.
A selection of results will be published on CONTEMPORIST on April 15th, 2019.
Here’s a look at a few more winners from the previous year…