A’ International Design Award & Competition Announces 2019 Results

A’ Design Award & Competition, the world’s largest and most diffused international design awards announced results of the 2018 – 2019 design competition: 2437 winners from 106 countries in 98 different design disciplines. Entries were carefully evaluated by an internationally influential jury panel composed of established scholars, prominent press members, creative design professionals and experienced entrepreneurs who devoted great care and attention to details while voting each entry. 

Casa Ojala – Highly Flexible House by Beatrice Bonzanigo

Design enthusiasts, aficionados and editors worldwide can get fresh design inspiration and discover the latest trends in arts, architecture and technology by visiting the A’ Design Awards’ online gallery of winners at http://www.designmag.org which features all top designs from the 2018 – 2019 International A’ Design Competition as well as previously awarded works from past years. Design lovers can also enjoy the interviews with the award winning designers at http://www.design-interviews.com

Cohen Chapel by Joaquim Portela

A’ Design Competition results are announced every year on April 15. Best products, projects and services worldwide that demonstrate superior design, technology and creativity are rewarded with the A’ Design Award. There are five different levels of distinction: Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze and Iron A’ Design Awards are distributed annually in all design disciplines. Designers, companies and institutions from all countries are annually called to take part in the accolades by nominating their best works, projects and products for award consideration.

Cultural Space of No.16 Bangchiao Commercial by Wang Daquan – TanzoSpace Design Office

The A’ Design Awards are given for Good Spatial Design (Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design and Landscape Design), Good Industrial Design (Product Design, Appliance Design, Vehicle Design and Machinery Design), Good Communication Design (Graphics Design, Interaction Design and Marketing Design), Good Fashion Design (Garment Design, Fashion Accessory Design and Footwear Design), Good System Design (Service Design, Design Strategy, Quality & Innovation) as well as for Achievements in Arts & Literature. 

Fuzhou Huaxiang Church and Community Centre by Dirk U. Moench

Laureates are invited to attend the glamorous gala-night and award ceremony in Italy where they would be called to stage to collect their trophies, award certificates and yearbooks. Winner are also provided exclusive space to take part in the “best designs of the year” exhibition to showcase their works in Italy. Laureates are also entitled to receive the “A’ Design Prize”. 

Manshausen 2 Resort by Snorre Stinessen

The A’ Design Prize is a highly comprehensive winners’ kit given to A’ Design Award & Competition medalists to help dissemination of their news to further and wider international audiences. In addition to the trophy, certificate and book, the A’ Design Prize includes PR and marketing services such as translation of award winning works to dozens of languages, press release preparation and distribution, lifetime license to use “award winner” logo, public relations campaign for winners and communication of awarded works to thousands of media members. 

Nascimento Chapel by Miguel Pinto Guimaraes

While the 2018 – 2019 Edition is over, entries to the 2019 – 2020 competition is now open; interested designers, artists, architects and companies can register and submit their works at https://competition.adesignaward.com where further information regarding the design competition such as evaluation criteria, key dates, list of jury members, entry forms and presentation guidelines can be obtained.

One Year Project Villa by Kotaro Anzai
Villa AT House by Todd Saunders
Wall of Knowledge Middle School by Tarik Zoubdi and Mounir Benchekroun
Yuanlu Community Center by Jie Lee – Challenge Design
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