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Nominate your best Designs to A’ Design Awards 2015

Design | February 16, 2015 |

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Nominate your best designs to A’ Design Awards 2015

A’ Design Award and Competition is the worlds’ largest design competition awarding best designs, design concepts and products & services.

The A’ Design Competition is organized annually and participation is accepted worldwide. Both concept stage products and realized designs could be submitted. The primary aim of the competition is to create publicity, PR push and advertisement opportunities for award winners while supporting the global design culture, creating incentives for entrants to come up with superior designs for a better future (www.whatisadesignaward.com).

You can register to the competition here: competition.adesignaward.com/registration.php

Deadline for submission is on February 28, 2015.

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A’ Design Award & Competition is organized under many different categories. Each design competition category has a specific brief, a dedicated jury and distinct evaluation criteria in order for the submissions the category to be fairly evaluated.

Some of the most popular A’ Design Award & Competition categories:
– Interior Space and Exhibition Design
– Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design
– Graphics and Visual Communication Design
– Architecture, Building and Structure Design
– Jewelry, Eyewear and Watch Design
Further cathegories available at: www.adesignaward.com/categories.html

The A’ Design Prize
The Laureates of the A’ Design Award & Competition get fame, prestige, recognition, credibility, publicity and international awareness, in addition to a comprehensive and extensive winners’ kit which includes everything you could potentially need to celebrate the success of winning the A’ Design Award. (competition.adesignaward.com/design-prize.html)

003A’ Design Award and Competition exhibition

Winning A’ Design Award bestows many benefits and privileges to the awarded participants. In addition to the huge award winners’ kit, winners of the A’ Design Award & Competition also receive other benefits based on the type of participants such as the following:
– Top designs are featured in the yearly ResultBook
– Extensive coverage in global media
– Advertising to a Wide Range of Design Sensitive People
– Certificate of Quality (The “A’ Design Award Winner Certificate” is a proof of quality of design)
and many others.

A’ Design Award and Competition annually organizes a design exhibition at the MOOD – Museum of Outstanding Design. The exhibition location changes each year. Winners of A’ Design Award & Competition are provided an opportunity to exhibit their works for free, there are no fees for taking part in the exhibition. This year, there will be 3 International Exhibitions: In Italy, In Holland and In Ireland, to celebrate the Dublin’s World Design Hub 2015 status. Exhibition’s dates:
1- A’ Winners’ Exhibition at “Hometex” Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Dates: 21-23 September 2015.
2- A’ Winners’ Exhibition at “MOOD” Dublin Castle, Dublin, Ireland.
Dates: 1-30 October 2015.
3- A’ Winners’ Exhibition at “MOOD” Ex Chiesa di San Francesco, Como, Italy.
Dates: 18-25 April 2015.

The gala-night and award ceremony “La Notte Premio A'” will take place in Como Lake at  Villa Gallia on April, 18, 2015.

004A’ Design Award and Competition gala night

Before nominating their projects, participants can get a complimentary preliminary score for their submissions by simply uploading their works.

You can register to the competition here: competition.adesignaward.com/registration.php

Deadline for submission is on February 28, 2015.

Winners will get early communication on March 7, 2015, and results will be announced to public on April 15, 2015.

Here are some of the winners of past years‘ A’ Design Awards:

005-Ring Watch Watch by JVG - Javier Vallejo GarciaRing Watch Watch by JVG – Javier Vallejo Garcia

006-JPDoor Ventilated Pivot Door by Jerome ThiaJPDoor Ventilated Pivot Door by Jerome Thia

007-Grapevine House Wine Testing Facility by Peter Stasek ArchitectGrapevine House Wine Testing Facility by Peter Stasek Architect

008-Gamsei Cocktail Bar by Buero Wagner - F. Wagner with A. KreftGamsei Cocktail Bar by Buero Wagner – F. Wagner with A. Kreft

009-Gaia Headdress by Herman Francisco Delos SantosGaia Headdress by Herman Francisco Delos Santos

010-Aura Connective Vehicle by Kaveh N., Hakhamanesh M. & Reza S.Aura Connective Vehicle by Kaveh N., Hakhamanesh M. & Reza S.

001_Yi Pu Ti Logo by Chao YangYi Pu Ti Logo by Chao Yang

002_Yazz Lights Lighting Fixture by Dalia SadanyYazz Lights Lighting Fixture by Dalia Sadany

003-Wink Space by Masakazu Shirane + Saya MiyazakiWink Space by Masakazu Shirane + Saya Miyazaki

004-SERENAD Chair by Ali AlaviSERENAD Chair by Ali Alavi

More at www.designaward.com

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