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A Design Award and Competition call for entries 2019

A’ Design Award & Competition – Early Call for Entries

Call for Entries to A’ Design Award & Competition

A’ Design Award & Competition is the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design.

The A’ Design Accolades are organized in a wide range of creative fields to highlight the very best designers from all countries in all disciplines. Entries to the competition are peer-reviewed and anonymously judged by an influential jury panel of experienced academics, prominent press members and established professionals. A’ Design Award & Competition promises fame, prestige, publicity and international recognition to all A’ Design Award Winners through the A’ Design Prize which is given to celebrate the awarded designs.

The “A’ Design Prize” is a coveted and comprehensive winners’ kit for awarded designs. “A’ Design Prize” includes but not limited to: international design excellence certificate in metal frame, invitation to the exclusive gala-night in Italy, online + offline exhibition of awarded projects, A2 poster of awarded projects, hardcover printed best projects’ yearbook publication, special 3d printed metal award trophy in luxury black box, project translation to 20+ languages in order to truly reach international audiences, an exclusive interview with the winner, press release preparation and distribution, license to use “A’ Design Award Winner Logo” in your communication, promotion of awarded works to thousands of other publications, media appearances through our press partners, inclusion in World Design Rankings as well as access to further marketing and PR tools.

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The A’ Design Award & Competition has been established to promote and recognize the best design works in all countries and in all creative disciplines. The primary aim of the A’ Design Award & Competition is to create a global awareness and understanding for good design practices and principles by highlighting the best designs in all countries and in all industrial fields. The ultimate aim of the A’ Design Awards is to push designers, companies and brands worldwide to create superior products and projects that benefit the society.

The A’ Design Award & Competition has a philanthropic goal to advance society by pushing the frontiers of science, design, creativity and technology forward by creating incentives for innovators to come up with better ideas. The A’ Design Competition aims to create incentives that ignite and reward creativity, original ideas and concept generation in all industrial sectors. The “A’ Design Award  Winner” logo, given to award winning designs, signifies original, functional and efficient designs that help the world become a better place.

Every year, projects that focus on innovation, technology, design and creativity are awarded with the A’ Design Award. Entries are accepted annually till February 28th and results are announced every year on April 15. Designers worldwide are called to take part in the accolades by entering their best works, projects and products. Entries are accepted as long as they were designed in the last 10 years.

Elysium Royal Majlis by B5 Design

Traditional interior design is inspired by French style in 17th and 18th-century European decor. It’s a timeless style that exemplifies elegance and comfort. The main elements of design in terms of function and shape have been taken into account and on this basis, the main lines of design have been determined to give a sense of harmony.

Bo Du Resort Hotel Design Commercial by Zhang Can – CSD Design Office

Bodu in Chinese means providing a place for rest. And that is exactly what the Bodu hotel brand aims to provide, a place to meditate close to nature. The historic Tengchong is inseparable from the ancient silk road.

Shimao Loong Palace Residential landscape by Shimao Group

Shimao Loong Palace draws on the landscape painting Fairyland of Peach Blossoms by the painter Qiu Ying in the Ming Dynasty for the landscape context and spatial logic of the whole garden area and bases its creation on the prototype of the assorted-style gardens of the Yuanmingyuan Imperial Garden

The Refiery091 Restaurant by Devesh Pratyay

The Refiery091 Restaurant by Devesh PratyayThe design is inspired from a refinery, a place that that transforms refines and draws new products for a raw material. the entire decor has thus been designed to look and feel like a refinery.

Eighteen Art Installation by Ketan Jawdekar

The installation is based on the concept of eighteenth-anniversary celebration. the viewer can experience various reflections created over different surfaces at the same time. It gives different experience each time as the viewer changes his angle of vision.

CR City Crossing Sales Center by WATERFROM and LSDCASA

The interior consists of a series of open and closed continuums. Light and shadow, combined with changes in the seasons and the sky, present a sense of rhythm of change in space.

Project EGG Small Pavilion by Michiel van der Kley

Project EGG is the largest community 3D printed object to date. Hundreds of people form all around the

world 3D printed a stone, together forming this unique pavilion. Every ‘stone’ is unique and different. in return everyone that collaborated in this way got their name in the stone.

Leaf Pendant Light by Daniel Mato

As its name suggests, the shape of this pendant light was mainly influenced by palm leaves. The designer of this lamp created a form that gives a different impression from every viewing angle.

Bullet+Stone Concrete Collection Architectural Hardware by James Tsarouhas and Joseph Di Benedetto

The Bullet+Stone Collection’s point of difference is its daring exploration of materiality. The use of concrete within contemporary architecture and interior design is widespread, however, architectural hardware rarely utilises this ever-present material. Incorporating concrete into door hardware grants interior designers greater freedom to specify products in a wider range of finishes that end-users will utilise on a daily basis.

Haiku Hood by Fabrizio Crisà

Haiku is the line of Elica hoods that best summarises the essence of lines, performance and materials. The name is inspired by a Japanese poem characterised by essential writings combined with the richness of conceptual suggestions.

Xsr 155 Yacht by Sarp Yachts

Studio S Matte Black Bathroom Faucets and Accessories by American Standard

Studio S Matte Black Bathroom Faucets and Accessories by American Standard

Studio S bath and shower faucets and accessories showcase a fashion-forward geometric silhouette juxtaposed with minimalistic surface details. Bathroom sink faucet configurations include monoblock, widespread and vessel faucet configurations.

CP-009 Bike Rack by BKT – Design

The CP 009 is designed in response to the need for bicycle infrastructure in cities because they contribute to an orderly public space and encourage use of the bicycle as a means of non-motorized transportation. It can park up to two bicycles per rack.

Goccia Container by Giuliano Ricciardi

These container, whose shape ideally recalls that of a drop, can be used for various purposes, in fact the ceramic material in addition to make it suitable to contain food, it allows for both indoor and outdoor use. Equipped with warm white led light, these containers become diffusers of soft light, creating the right atmosphere for the surrounding environment.

Monograph Tadao Ando Monograph by Borjana Katic

Tadao Ando monograph is a publishing project made in close collaboration with Tadao Ando Architect and Associates, presents the recent realizations of one of the greatest protagonists of Japanese and international architectural scene. Instead of focusing exclusively on individual projects, the book outlines issues and phenomena central to Ando’s work and to the contemporary culture and society.

Twin Lotus Murals in Noi Bai airport Murals by Nguyen Thi Thu Thuy

In early 2018 artist Thu Thuy first proposed to the directorate of Noi Bai International airport NIA the idea of painting the two lotus murals on the 2 big walls of the east and west wings of the new modern T2 terminal. Supporting the passionate and bold idea as well as Thuys design of Vietnam national Lotus flowers, the NIA commissioned the artwork for its facades.

Kamiyama SHIZQ Project Wooden Tableware by Kiyoharu Hirose

Japanese cedar used to be the main building material in Japan. Many cedars were planted after World War II due to a national policy. However, their market value dropped when cheap imported trees arrived in Japan. When plantations are left unmanaged, the evergreen cedars block the sunlight with their thick foliage.

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