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The creative winners of the 2019 A’ Design Awards

With the 2019 A’ Design Award and Competition over, it’s time to start looking to 2020. Each year, they call designers, architects and all other aspiring creatives to share their outstanding work. The awards showcase good design and rewarding successful entrants with a wide range of benefits and opportunities. Covering over 100 different categories, creatives can submit their works into various disciplines such as industrial design, architecture, product design, communication design, interior spaces and exhibition design and fashion design. 

The 2019 A’ Design Awards winning submissions are chosen by an accomplished group of judges that consist of the press, academics and industry trailblazers. And in addition to receiving an award trophy, the winners receive extensive publicity from media partners, inclusion in the annual yearbook, an invitation to a grand gala for a night of celebrating and networking, inclusion in world rankings, the opportunity to actually sell their winning design, and much more.

Entries for this year’s competition are now open; interested creatives can register and submit their works here. Winners will be crowned on April 15, 2020. Take a look at a few select winners from the 2019 A’ Design Awards below.

Goccia Container
Goccia Container by Giuliano Ricciardi. Golden Award Winner for Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
Astron Shape Shifting Rug
Astron Shape-Shifting Rug by Ingrid Kulper. Golden A’ Design Award Winner for Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
Schweben Seat
Schweben Seat by Omar Idriss. Bronze Award Winner for Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
LIFEWTR Series 4
LIFEWTR Series 4: Arts in Education Bottled Water by PepsiCo Design & Innovation. Golden Award Winner for Packaging Design
Navigator Sales Center
Navigator Sales Center by Kris Lin. Platinum Award Winner for Architecture, Building and Structure Design
The Cube
The Cube Private House by Ahmed Habib. Golden A’ Design Award Winner for Architecture, Building and Structure Design
Leaf Pendant Light by Daniel Mato. Platinum A’ Design Award Winner for Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design

Source: http://www.designaward.com/

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