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Fame, Prestige & Publicity – World’s Largest Design Award is calling for Entries

Calls | September 27, 2013 |

Fame, Prestige & Publicity – World’s Largest Design Award is calling for Entries

The A’ Design Award and Competition, one of the worlds’ most prestigious and inclusive design accolades that brings together architects, designers, companies and media members is looking for creative submissions from talents worldwide.

The design competition highlights best architects and designers around the globe to provide them publicity, fame and recognition through international press coverage and exhibitions. Entries to the competition are judged by an expert 50-person jury panel composed of academics, press members and professionals from the fields of architecture, design, arts and engineering.

Awarded entries are provided a rich winners’ kit that includes the annual yearbook, the design award trophy, press release preparation and distribution, winners’ logo, PR tools, and other services such as a special exhibition and gala-night for winners. Last year, the A’ Design Award & Competition has attracted over three thousand entries from seven continents and projects from sixty-seven countries were highlighted as winners.

The A’ Design Award & Competition logo reaches over nine hundred million impressions each year through traditional media, television channels and online publications. Entries to the competition can be made under: Architecture, Interior Design, Furniture Design, Building Materials & Components Design and Exhibition Design categories among others including Concept Designs, Graphics and Art works. The standard deadline for entering your works to the competition is on September 30th, 2013. Both Concept-Stage and realized works are accepted.

Learn more about the design award: http://www.designaward.com

Enter your works to the competition: http://www.adesignaward.com/registration.php

View award winning designs & get fresh design inspiration: http://www.designmag.org

View world design rankings: http://www.worlddesignrankings.com

Access Press-Kits of award winning works: http://www.press-kit.org

Read Interviews with Award Winning Designers: http://www.design-interviews.com

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