A’ Design Award & Competition 2014: Call for Entries

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A’ Design Award & Competition 2014: Call for Entries

A’ Design Award & Competition is a well-respected annual design competition honoring the best in design, with winners chosen by a distinct jury of academics, professionals, and enterprise and focus group members. Besides having an enviable prize package, the competition aims at helping young designers and startups gain some much deserved recognition for their designs by helping them launch their product into production and make connections with the right business people in order to aid them with their ideas. The winner also gets this super awesome trophy!


Besides the brag-worthy trophy, they also provide a platform to help you sell your designs, limited edition prints of your designs to use in your print portfolios, as well as an invitation to their formal Gala Night. That’s not all – they’ll also help you put together a press kit and marketing tools which are incredibly important when you’re beginning a career in design.

Want to enter? Hurry – because you only have a few more weeks! The entry period ends on February 28th. Enter here.

Like Design Milk, A’ Design Award and Competition supports designers who make good design. Check out some of our favorite recent winning designs:


Ali Di Luna (Moon’s Wings) Rocking Chair by Stefania Vola


Kagome Stool by Shinn Asano


Commodia Chest of Drawers by Eckhard Beger


The Origami Rose Multifunctional Table by Joyce Chan


Restpoint Airport Seating by Hakan Gürsu


Tako Lamp by Maurizio Capannesi


Harbour Green Residential by Michael Liu


Stone & More Decorative Natural Wall Lining by Sule Koc

Think one of your designs has what it takes to be a winner? Submit them here. The deadline is February 28th, 2014.

Caroline Williamson is Editorial Director of Design Milk. She has a BFA in photography from SCAD and can usually be found searching for vintage wares, doing New York Times crossword puzzles in pen, or reworking playlists on Spotify.