Consideration designers: it’s the final name to get your submissions in for the 2022-2023 version of the A’ Design Award & Competitors! This 12 months’s submission deadline is February 28, 2023 so you continue to have time to enter your designs – whether or not it’s an idea thought, prototype, or accomplished venture.
We’ve shared about this contest 12 months after 12 months as a result of it’s a good way to start to get publicity and recognition in your work, whether or not you’re a scholar, rising designer, or established skilled with new tasks to share. Upon getting into, you obtain a free preliminary analysis that may entry how your venture will fare within the competitors. After that, you’ll be judged and juried by a world jury panel of design teachers, professions, and press members who will have the ability to impart invaluable suggestions.
In case you’re deemed a winner, the advantages and prizes are very thrilling. Not solely do you obtain a trophy, however you’ll be invited to a particular gala evening celebrating all of the winners, included in World Design Rankings, highlighted in a winners exhibition (each digitally and bodily), given the chance to promote your successful designs, and a lot extra. You actually don’t have anything to lose however every part to realize from getting into this prestigious contest.
We’ll be asserting the winners of the competitors on April 15, 2023 so make sure to examine again to see the outcomes. Till then, head to adesignaward.com to study extra and submit your designs, or maintain studying to take a look at a few of our favourite winners from final 12 months’s contest!
DC 3 Stool by Sergio Fahrer
Lake Tea Desk by Xia Yiting
O3Connect Stool by TzuWei Chang, KaiLi Chang and RouChun Wang
Spiral Blonde Aspect Desk by Ben Dungey
Vitality Multifunctional Health Bench by Yu Ren
Framy Customizable Room Divider by Shinnosuke Hosoda
Joaquim Folding Display by Pedro Galaso
Reminiscence Development Lounge Chair by Yunyun Chen
Zagros Candles by Mohammad Meyzari and Reza Deris
Trendy Chinese language Chair by Jonathan Nieh