A’ Design Awards & Competition – Winners

Posted on Tue, 7 Jun 2022 by midcenturyjo

The A’ Design Award & Competition has ended for another year. With 100 categories the hotly contested competition is the world’s largest design competition. But it is not just an award. It is an indicator of quality and perfection in design, recognized worldwide, bringing your design front and centre before design companies and professionals. Categories such as Interior Space and Exhibition Design; Architecture, Building and Structure Design; Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design; Lighting Products and Lighting Projects Design; Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design; Landscape Planning and Garden Design and so many more. (You can find all the design categories here.)

Entries have been judged by an international jury panel of scholars, professionals and media members. The prize? The trophy, of course, a certificate of quality, inclusion in the prestigious A’ Design Award and Competition exhibition and the yearly ResultBook but even more importantly press, PR, introduction to industry professionals and companies and international exposure. The fame, the prestige, the recognition and so much more. Yes finally the winners have been announced.  Can you imagine the scale of this competition? 2022 Winners from 114 countries in 110 different design disciplines.

Here are some of my favourite winners for 2021-2022 from the following categories: Furniture, Decorative Items and Homeware Design; Interior Space, Retail and Exhibition Design Award and Lighting Products and Projects.

DC 3 Stool by Sergio Fahrer. Sculpture, side table, footrest. Its aerodynamic form is based on the DC 3 aeroplane of the 50s and 60s.

Lake Tea Table by Xia Yiting. Sinuous and sensual with its organic lines.

Push Collection Armchair by Moredesign. This one is all about sustainability. The armchair is made up of two materials: aluminium for the frame, a 100% recyclable material, and technical fabrics for the upholstery obtained from the recycling of PET.

Fly Armchair by Pepe Lima. Think deconstructivism and organised chaos.

Object Splash Proof Partition by Akira Nakagomi. Due to the influence of Covid19, there are many partitions in living space. The designer focused on both aesthetics and function, like an art piece.

O3Connect Stool by TzuWei Chang, KaiLi Chang and RouChun Wang. An exploration of the circle results in a striking piece of furniture.

Vanke Fontanelle Aesthetics Pavilion Experience Center by Wei Jinjing. The inspiration was silk and the result connects the inside to the outside.

First Shiguangli Marketing Center by Shanhejinyuan. Wow! It’sabout bookstore meets sales office, a boat in a bustling city and more. You’ll need to check this one out.

The Ring Retail Development by Lead8. A botanical garden in a shopping centre. A green oasis in the city or should that be inside the city.

The Peacock Wine Cellar by Kyle MertensMeyer. Reviving an ancient Chinese feather glazing in a past meets the future design.

Huanghesong Theatre Cultural Venues by Xuelin Wu. The influence is a water vortex the result is hauntingly beautiful.

Fantasy Factory Retail Store by SIG Design. Believe it or not it’s a tea shop.

Emirati One Luxury Car Showroom by Marwan Mrad. A sexy showroom for sexy cars.

Hilton Shenzhen World Exhibition Center Business Hotel by Yang Bangsheng. Exploring the pioneering and innovative urban spirit of Shenzhen.

Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde Office Space by Teodora Panayotova and Max Baklayan. You wouldn’t need to drag me into work if it looked like this that’s for sure.

Zhuhai Jiuzhou Tianhe Jinghu Villa by Robin Wang. The blue of the sky and a Da Vinci aircraft. Steampunk and Tuscan style create a fascinating residence.

Infinity Freelight Luminaire by Centrsvet. Any way you want to drape it and 360° illumination.

Lorca Lighting by Monica Pinto de Almeida. Literature and light. Brilliant.

Cubes Lighting by Monica Pinto de Almeida. Inspired by the architecture of the early 20th century, the Bauhaus and German modernism. Geometric and functional.

Magpie Table Lamp by Sha Yang, Kaifeng Zheng and Yang Ma. Think spreading wings and the vitality of life.

So there are just a few of the winners. If you head here you can explore so many more.

A’ Design Award and Competitions are organized and awarded annually and internationally in a wide range of categories. Every year projects that focus on innovation, technology, design and creativity are awarded with the A’ Award. While realized projects find opportunities to get published, reach new markets and meet a wide range of buyers for their existing products, the organization also helps the creative minds and startups to meet with the business people to realize their product ideas. Early Registrations to A’ Design Award are now open, enter your works for fame, prestige and international publicity. To register for next year’s competition you can do so here.


This post is brought to you in collaboration with A’ Design Award and Competition.

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