A’ Design Awards & Competition – Call for Submissions

We are in luck, because the call for A ‘Design Awards & Competition opens. All those interested, have the opportunity to register here, in their multiple categories. Thousands of designers around the world have already registered to present their work. The prize will be awarded according to the excellence of each one. Depending on the position, Bronze, Gold, Platinum and Steel are given as a result of the decision of an international jury. The deadline for regular presentations is September 30. The results will be announced to the public on April 15.

The A Design Awards contest is an international platform that aims to promote the best designs. In the last edition, 88 countries participated, achieving a great international impact. As a result, the award gives the winners a great diffusion and publicity through an exhibition, a yearbook, advertisements, credits in world design rankings and a gala for the diffusion in networks. Achieving an A Design Award is a global guarantee of quality and innovation for companies and institutions. Winning the A ‘Award is a certificate of excellence for designers, a quality test for companies. It is a unique opportunity to find better and higher profiles of work and to be recognized worldwide through a multitude of media and publicity. In addition, the winners inspire the best current designers to chart the direction of design in the future. Here are some of the best designs from the previous edition:

Here we present the 10 winners of the past season:

Iconic Cloud Chair Rocking Chair by Pia Weinberg – Maison Deux

The Iconic Cloud is part of a cloud to design a home and a life for children and parents alike. A world where two generations can live in harmony, instead of having their own specific products that are totally out of style and use. The solution is a design, made of solid oak and wool that will last for generations, welcoming children and adults.

The Dialogue by Evgenia Dymkina

As in a dialogue between people, there are two different positions: they change in time, but are connected to each other. This idea found its reflection in the design of the watch.

Martin Smart sofa by Guangzhou Seedland Real Estate Dlp

As an important part of the living room, the sofa is not only an appliance, but also an “environment” that makes people feel comfortable and relaxed. In addition, science shows that long-term sedentary lifestyle can damage the body. This sofa allows you to avoid smashing it, encouraging movement.

Picasso by Gerardo Ríos Altamirano

This Chaise Lounge belongs to the Picasso collection that tries to captivate the spectator’s view by surprising the unusual shapes and angles created from randomly chosen shapes. Its symmetry contrasts with the power of its unexpected forms. It is a piece of furniture that will surely attract the look and give a great personality to any space.


IMNU Wall Clock by Jara Freund

The architect Peter Zumthor designed the building based on a quarry and knowingly omits elements of entertainment such as slides or bubble baths. A bath experience is reduced to the essentials. Also, you will not find a clock on the wall, they are hidden in metal pipes that protrude from the floor. When you look at them you can read the time. IMNU is designed in such a way that it has a discrete nature and a subtle appearance.

Boucle Bench by Ronald Sasson

The bank is inspired by the old wooden toys of the beginning of the last century, where small houses were assembled with superimposed pieces.

Exo by Svilen Gamolov

Inspired by the clean and minimalist shapes and lines of contemporary sculpture, as well as the philosophy of origami. It represents a simple idea, which adapts seamlessly to the internal environment and at the same time remains a unique design theme.

ORIGAMI TABLE Kinetic table by Micaela Pignatelli & Ubaldo Occhinegro

ORIGAMI is an extendable table inspired by the ancient oriental technique of folding the paper called “Origami” that evokes, in its design, the folded surfaces of the paper: the origami theme is produced in the design of the table and in the design of the polygonal base.

eki clock Wall clock by Takenobu Igarashi

Takenobu Igarashi is the designer behind Big Clock of Stars, whose design hangs on the outer wall of the Sapporo station in Hokkaido, Japan, since 2003. He has also designed another clock on the east and west concourses of the same station, with the intention of facilitating reading and use for both public and private life.

Interstellar table Entrance Table by Fabrizio Constanza

The phrase things are not always what they seem is the main source of inspiration for this piece. When we look at the world, we make judgments about what we actually see, based on past experience. The composition invites the viewer to observe.

Veizla Side Table Side Table by Per Ploug – Pemara Design

Due to the success of the Veizla dining room furniture, creating a side table was a logical continuation of the product line. The vision of the product line is to create informality with elegance. Encourage social interaction between people creating furniture that makes you feel welcome and committed.

For more information about the competition, click here.

Remember that the deadline for regular presentations is September 30. The results will be announced to the public on April 15. From MWL we will announce the selected winners to the same date.