A’ Design Award & Competition – Last Call for Entries 2022

The registration deadline forA’ Design Award & Competition 2017-2018 is quickly approaching, there are only 2 weeks left to nominate your design here. The deadline is February 28 and the results will be announced to the public on April 15. Inspirationist will be posting a number of selected winners and results right after the announcements.

Winning an A’ Design Award bestows many benefits and privileges to the awarded participants: the award winners’ kit includes the award trophy, the annual yearbook, printed certificate in metal frame, award winners manual, free gala-night invitation for two people to the award ceremony, free participation and space allocation in the winners’ exhibition, guaranteed publication through IDNN and DXGN Networks to 100+ magazines, publicity and visibility through DesignMedia communications and many other benefits.

A’ Design Award and Competitions are organised and awarded annually in a wide range of categories. They are organised into several subcategories, such as: industrial design, furniture, packaging, lightning, architectural design, interior design, graphic design, photography and photo manipulation, movie and animation, fashion, food and culinary design. Further design award categories are available here.

Entries will be judged by an international jury panel of scholars, professionals and media members and  A’ Design Award & Competition follows a peer-review process with anonymous voting and evaluation of entries.

Check out below our selection from the latest Bakeware, Tableware, Drinkware and Cookware Design Category winners for your inspiration:

Attimo Tea Set by Mikhail Chistiakov
Babies Complementary Food Pans Suite by Xuejiao Ma
Castels Sauce Dish by Bulent Unal
Eleware Culinary by Linlin Li
Fireplace Multifunctional Heater by Anna Falkowska
Icy Cocktail Glass by Sini Majuri
Island Glass by Dohwa
Pastoco Pie Chart Plate by Jun Yamazaki and Takuya Osawa
Plycelain Tableware Collection by Yuting Chang
The Things Stainless Steel Bowls by Irene Yeung

Nominate your design today, here!

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