A’ Design Award 2020 winners, revealed!

by | 22 June 2020 | architecture, product

A’ Design Award & Competition, the most international design award, has revealed its 2020 winners. The lucky selected form a cast of referents in the world of design. This year, 2437 projects have been awarded from 106 countries in 98 different design disciplines. The selected designs are the best of the best on its category bringing the bases for the upcoming design. If you want to get inspired by A’ Design Award 2020 Winners, the online gallery of awarded projects is available here, as well as interviews with the winning designers.

Awarded contestants have received a trophy and an international spread through a press kit and the translation of their work in 20 languages for informational purposes. Based on the excellence of each one, it’s been given Platinium, Bronze, Gold, and Steel prize as a result of the decision of the international jury of A Design Award 2020.

The A’ Design Awards are given for Good Spatial Design (Architecture, Interior Design, Urban Design and Landscape Design), Good Industrial Design (Product Design, Appliance Design, Vehicle Design and Machinery Design), Good Communication Design (Graphics Design, Interaction Design and Marketing Design), Good Fashion Design (Garment Design, Fashion Accessory Design and Footwear Design), Good System Design (Service Design, Design Strategy, Quality & Innovation) as well as for Achievements in Arts & Literature.

Here you have some of the winners of the A Design Award 2020:

Plover Multi Purpose Chair by Eric Tong and a Group of THEi Students

Plover is a multi-purpose chair that allow various sitting postures to meet different work cultures and environments: 1. conventional front-facing seating concept; 2. horse-riding back-to-front seating concept with small tablet as wrist-support for texting with mobile phones; 3. Side seating concept with small tablet as armrest on the side; 4. High-level seating concept with user on tablet as stool with footrest 5. Two-tier seating concept with users sitting on seat and tablet levels The characteristic feature of the Plover Chair is the integrated tablet which offers a small work surface… 1. for users at the following row in conventional classroom setting 2. for users grouping around in horse-riding casual sitting posture in group discussion or collaborative workshops.

Cloud Chair by Shota Urasaki

This is a cloud-like chair that is raining. The seating surface enables a cloud-like expression by piercing polyester fiber into the polyurethane foam with a needle. A high seat gives the seated person a floating. In addition, the mirror-like stainless steel legs and pedestal made it possible to express the rain.

Moisture Humidifier by TianQing Li

This humidifier is innovatively designed with two types of water absorbent materials for its exterior-water absorbent marble and white cement. When turning on the humidifier, the small water droplets generated by water vapor will infiltrate the marble and leave marks on it. And the accidentally spilled water will be absorbed by the white cement base.

B.U.S Hair and Beauty Salon Salon by John Sun and Renee Zhu

The designers adopted the main colors of the brand visual identity to divide spaces so as to form a dynamic color collision. Moreover, personalized modern elements are extracted from “bus”, helping to create eye-catching visual effect. Topical and interesting interactive spaces, store appliance attract customers who pursue innovative things. Meanwhile, related products are also displayed here, giving guests a new immersive experience and then better understanding the brand meaning.

Pierre De Ronsard Baking Shop by Yang Su

As a retail shop mainly for displaying the baking process and desserts, this project is designed to create a spatial feature with the concept, and establish the special atmosphere, so as to extend the possibility of the shop design. The relationship of mutual penetration endows the space with openness to some extent, and connects the internal and external space with the physical dissolution and fusion.

Una vez finalizados los premios de 2020, ¡es hora de participar la próxima edición de 2021 que está oficialmente abierta! Diseñadores y arquitectos pueden presentar sus trabajos aquí.

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