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A’ Design Award & Competition is the Worlds’ leading design accolade reaching design enthusiasts around the world, and showcasing 16,000 award winners from 110 different design disciplines.
A’ Design Award-winning works are translated into all major languages in order to connect design lovers, press members, and design buyers from across the globe. You can register your design, here.
The A’ Design Award and Competition offer a unique system for designers to sell their winning ideas to sponsor companies, likewise, the companies can bid for the competing design ideas and make offers to buy the designs. To see the benefits for winners – click here.
The system also provides an online exhibition system and creates free profile pages for designers, innovators, and companies, this system is always on and whether you win or not, you will have full access to the system.
This is an interactive system where you can write your biography or corporate profile, create an extensive online portfolio by adding additional designs and exhibit new designs or products.
A’ Design Award and Competitions are organized and awarded annually in a wide range of categories that include: 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 all of the award categories – here.
Some of the benefits you will receive as a winner of the ‘A Design Award and Competition is the inclusion in the exhibition and yearbook, receive publicity through an extensive PR campaign (magazine and blog promotion), being included in the world design rankings, receiving feedback notes by the Jury and score sheet.
You will also receive an awards trophy, and the option to sell your winning design and sales listings.
Not to mention that you will also receive two invitations to the gala night event. See a list of all of the prizes – here.
Entries will be judged by an international jury panel of academics, design professionals and members of the press.
Let’s take a look at a few more winning designs from last year…
Sprout 3D Printed Bicycle by JunXiang Cheng and Yi Yang. Photography by JunXiang Cheng and Yi Yang. Find out more here.
Yoga House Sustainable Building by Cuneyt Dari. Photography by Cuneyt Dari. Find out more here.
K Farm Urban Design by Vicky Chan. Photography by Imagennix | Avoid Obvious Architects. Find out more here.
Burwood Brickworks Art Installation by Balarinji. Photography by Balarinji. Find out more here.
Darwin Bucky Exhibition Gallery by Kuber Patel and Jwalant Mahadevwala. Photography by Vinay Panjwani, Kuhoo Patel. Find out more here.
Lilanz Creative Park Landscape by Fealand. Photography by Fealand. Find out more here.
Amplification of Sensation Chair by Eun Whan Cho. Photography by mootaa. Find out more here.
Hill Mansion Landscape Design by Fealand. Photography by Fealand. Find out more here.
Guiyang New Community Park Residential Exhibition Area by Hu Sun – S.P.I. Photography by S.P.I. Find out more here.
Art One Residential Exhibition Area by S.P.I Design. Photography by Nancy, Art One. Find out more here.
Over Modular System Furniture by Nic Srl and Studio 63. Photography by Nic srl / Francesca Fani Studio. Find out more here.
Penny Piggy Bank by Dario Narvaez. Photography by Liliana Cervantes. Find out more here.
Forest Tidy Container by Yibo Dai, Bo Le, Yu Liu and Qi Ping. Photography by Yibo Dai, Bo Le, Yu Liu and Qi Ping. Find out more here.
The New Bottle by Nio Life. Photography by Nio Life. Find out more here.
Tentagon Inflatable Tent by Wei Chen and Chi-Yung Li. Photography by Wei Chen, Chi-Yung Li. Find out more here.
Remember, the deadline for submissions is February 28th, 2023, with the winners and results announced to the public and posted on CONTEMPORIST on April 15th, 2023.