2019 A' design award and competition - call for entries
 

2019 A' design award and competition - call for entries

highlighting only the best in architecture and design, the A’ design awards & competition is an annual awards platform that recognizes stand-out realized and conceptual projects. it aims to acknowledge, showcase and exemplify good design, innovators and brands, rewarding winning entries with extensive benefits, opportunities and fame.

 

desiring worldwide recognition and publication of your work? nominate and register your designs here before the submissions deadline on february 28, 2019.


S-cube by daisuke nagatomo and minnie jan
A’ design award winner in furniture, decorative items and homeware design category, 2012
image © 2012 daisuke nagatomo and minnie jan
(main image: yoshi bar 2nd by naoya matsumoto
A’ design award winner in interior space, retail and exhibition design category, 2014
image © takeshi asano)

 

 

the A’ design awards & competition calls for architects, designers and innovators alike to submit their best work. with over 100 different categories, entries can be submitted into groupings such as: furniture, decorative items and homeware design; lighting products and projects design; architecture, building and structure design; interior space and exhibition design; packaging design; and footwear, shoes and boots design. the extensive and diverse range of categories ensures projects are submitted to the one most relevant to them. furthermore, it enables the international jury panel – made of academics, design professionals and press members – to fairly and methodically judge each class.


tako by maurizio capannesi
A’ design award winner in lighting products and projects design category, 2013
image © 2013 maurizio capannesi

 

 

winning the internationally-renowned competition is highly desired and rightly so. winners are rewarded with fame, prestige, credibility, publicity and worldwide awareness. however, also, they receive a wide-ranging winner pack, which includes a special exhibition, feature in the competition’s yearbook, an award trophy, inclusion in the world design rankings, and an invitation to the gala night that is ideal for further networking.


the ring by MZ architects
A’ design award winner in architecture, building and structure design category, 2014
image © MZ architects, the ring house, 2013

 

 

the deadline for submissions for the 2019 A’ design awards & competition is february 28, 2019. for more information on how to register, visit: https://competition.adesignaward.com/registration.php

 

remember, the winners of the competition will feature in a special designboom article on april 15, 2019.


basquete by mula preta design
A’ design award winner in furniture, decorative items and homeware design category, 2013
image © 2013 mula preta design

 


amoeba wall by honghao deng
A’ design award winner in lighting products and projects design category, 2017
image © honghao deng, poseidon ho

 


aldar headquarters by MZ architects
A’ design award winner in architecture, building and structure design category, 2013
image © 2013, MZ architects

 


architecture factory by marc o’riain
A’ design award winner in interior space, retail and exhibition design category, 2014
image © janice o’connell F22 photography

 


ten to sen テントセン (point and line) by design office takebayashi scroggin (d.o.t.s)
A’ design award winner in furniture, decorative items and homeware design category, 2012
image © 2012 design office takebayashi scroggin

 


muse by anarkhos design
A’ design award winner in lighting products and projects design category, 2013
image © 2013 anarkhos design

 


P by studio MK27
A’ design award winner in architecture, building and structure design category, 2015
image © fernando guerra

 


chongqing mountain and city sales office by one plus partnership limited
A’ design award winner in interior space, retail and exhibition design category, 2012
image © one plus partnership limited

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