World Design Rankings (WDR)

A’ Design Award World Design Rankings 2018

WDR Announces World Design Rankings 2018

The World Design Rankings (WDR) reveals the latest design rankings of countries based upon the number of designers that have been granted with the A’ Design Award from 2010-2018. The countries are represented by participating designers indicating their nationalities or countries. Countries are sorted based on the number of Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Iron Design Awards won.

World Design Rankings World Design Rankings 2018

The World Design Rankings (WDR) aims to highlight additional information and insights to economists and journalists with regards to the state-of-art in design industry. Thus the ultimate aim of the World Design Rankings is to contribute to world design and style culture by highlighting and showcasing the best design. The World Design Rankings provide a sneak-peek of the state-of-art and style potentials of nations worldwide by highlighting their artistic and creative design strengths and weaknesses.

The “Design Business Insights” section provides a ranking of nations supported their success in numerous design fields and creative categories. Using the “Design Business Insights” section, media members and design seekers could discover leading countries for distinctive design sectors and obtain answers to their queries.

Once again the United States of America takes the first place among 100 represented countries in 2018 with 737 Design Awards won globally followed by China, Japan, Italy, Hong Kong, Great Britain, Turkey, Taiwan, Portugal and Australia.  World Design Rankings Years 2010 - 2018

Every year the A’ Design Awards and Competition highlights the best of the best in architecture, product design, art, illustration, film, and 95 other creative fields and rank them in World Design Rankings.

A’ Design Award, recognizing the excellent and original design work from across the globe, is the highest achievement in design, a source of inspiration for award-winning designers, artists, architects, brands and design agencies. We have selected a small number of award-winning projects to share – from art, illustrations, furniture design, house ware, decorative items to product designs. Complete list of Award winners can be checked at – http://www.worlddesignrankings.com/

Spot Multifunctional Sofa

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Spot is a comfortable sofa that with the addition of several accessories to its structure can be used to study, work, place and store objects, and recharge electronic devices. It offers more than one option of configuration, backrest length and number of arms can be chosen. Spot Multifunctional Sofa by Vinicius Lopes and Gabriela Kuniyoshi is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Meditation Seat Ware

Meditation Seat Ware Seat Ware by Gao Fenglin World Design Rankings

Meditation Seat Ware Seat Ware by Gao Fenglin

Meditation Seat Ware Seat Ware by Gao Fenglin from China

This is a seat with a curved surface shape, people can easily achieve cross legged sitting by it. This seat ware can effectively distribute the force of the buttocks of the human body evenly to the outside of the knee and the thigh. Even if keeping long time this posture, we will not feel tired. Meditation Seat Ware Seat Ware by Gao Fenglin is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Excalibur Limited Edition Packaging

Excalibur Limited Edition Packaging Special limited edition by Fengsheng Cai

Excalibur Limited Edition Packaging Special limited edition by Fengsheng Cai

The project is to design a whisky packaging targeted at people with special obsession with chivalry culture. Every man had dreamed to become a chevalier while whisky has a close connection with which. This design is made to create a unique experience of opening the outer packing. It is the opening method and the special appearance that makes the packaging unique. Excalibur Limited Edition Packaging Special Limited Edition by Fengsheng Cai is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Packaging Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Impression Nanxi River Multifunctional Hall

Impression Nanxi River nowadays is a combination of the environmental planning, architectural design and interior design. Meanwhile its superior landscape garden environment has given every customer a unique style of physical or mental experience. Impression Nanxi River Multifunctional Hall by Ting Wang is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Impression Nanxi River Multifunctional hall by Ting Wang

Impression Nanxi River Multifunctional Hall by Ting Wang

The Curtain Sales Office

We are trying to find a way to engage new technology, materials, ideas to excavate the essence of Chinese architectural culture, to create a new form of Chinese architecture adapting to the development of modern era, to return the value of Chinese culture. We hope to use design to regain the essence of Chinese culture and reshape our cultural self-confidence. The Curtain Sales Office by Larry Wen-Aoe is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

The Curtain Sales Office by Larry Wen - Aoe

The Curtain Sales Office by Larry Wen – Aoe

Waving Ribbon Sales Center

Simple and free curve lines are applied to the exterior wall design. The architecture looks like a floating light box which forms a visual focus. Waving Ribbon Sales Center by Kris Lin and Jiayu Yang is a Gold A’ Design Award Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Waving Ribbon Sales Center by Kris Lin and Jiayu Yang

Waving Ribbon Sales Center by Kris Lin and Jiayu Yang

Mozaik system Modulable lamp

The Mozaik is an architectural and modulable collection designed to structure the space: at the same time lamp and space separator according to the chosen version. Mozaik System Modulable Lamp by Davide Oppizzi is a Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

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Happiness Table Lamp

Its name as its appearance comes from Chinese culture: magpie stands on a plum tree branch meaning happiness is coming. It is designed to bring not only light but also happiness and best wishes. And the bulb can be taken from the branch, it can be hold as a night light from desk to bed even to other space. Happiness Table Lamp by Gudao Design Studio is Silver A’ Design Award Winner in Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Happiness Table Lamp by Gudao Design Studio

Happiness Table Lamp by Gudao Design Studio

G Space Hair Salon

In traditional designs the rinse area often been putted in the back of the salon so that the pipes are easier to be arranged. In this project designer reckons that to put the rinse area in the center of the salon could make level and strength by using different plane configuration after discussion. G Space Hair Salon by Ming-Hong Tsai and Zhi-Yin Liao is Platinum A’ Design Award Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

G Space Hair Salon by Ming-Hong Tsai and Zhi-Yin Liao

G Space Hair Salon by Ming-Hong Tsai and Zhi-Yin Liao

SproutsIO Smart Microgarden

SproutsIO Smart Microgarden by SproutsIO Inc

SproutsIO Smart Microgarden by SproutsIO Inc.

Grow indoors, year-round, soil-free with SproutsIO, the smart microgarden that learns from you. The SproutsIO system utilizes high performance technology and machine learning software to grow Personal Produce™, fruits and vegetables cultivated to your taste according to settings you customize. SproutsIO Smart Microgarden by Sproutsio Inc is Silver A’ Design Award Winner in Home Appliances Design Category, 2017 – 2018.

Note: All the images and content have been taken from https://competition.adesignaward.com

Registration to A’ Design Award & Competition 2018-2019 period is now open.
Register and upload your design today to know how good your design is: get a complimentary preliminary score.

 




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