A’ Design Awards & Competition – Call for Entries

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02.08.21 | By
A’ Design Awards & Competition – Call for Entries
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It’s fast approaching: the deadline for the A’ Design Award and Competition is February 28, 2021! The results of the competition will be announced on May 1st and we’ll be sharing our favorite designs. Until then, register here to enter your design.

The A’ Design Award & Competition is one worth taking the time to enter. You’ll be submitting your design under a design category (there are over 100, including special categories like the Good Architecture Design Award and the Good Industrial Design Award). Your design will be judged by an esteemed panel of scholars, design professionals, press members and academics, so the feedback you receive can be invaluable. For the winners, the prize package is quite substantial. Not only will they receive a unique trophy and international recognition, but they’ll also be included in world design rankings, given extensive PR coverage amongst design media, and even a chance to sell their winning design. Even runner-ups and participants will receive benefits! Learn more about them here.

To get you inspired to submit your design, we’ve rounded up 10 of our favorite eye-catching designs from last year’s competition:

Featured image: Sfumato Shelving System Shelving System by Nedim Mutevelic – FILTER

Plover Multi Purpose Chair by Eravolution Limited and a Group of THEi Students

Codependent Table by Fletcher Eshbaugh

Loover Sofa by Christos Yordamlis

Sama Furniture Series by Fulden Topaloglu

Cilindro Desk by Miguel Arruda

Lift Portable and Adaptable Shelf by Shiva Pouryousef Khameneh

Moonland Table by Ana Volante

Vadr Coffee Table by Jaimie Ota

One Line Garden Furniture by Jaroslaw Markowicz

Vy Yang enjoys contributing to Design Milk, playing fetch with her goldendoodle Conan, and occasionally writing on her blog It’s After Five, her creative outlet to let loose on after she has left her regular 9-to-5 for the day.