The competition “A’ Design Award & Competition”, the largest and most representative international award in the field of design.
International award in design: A’ Design Award & Competition — a real fount of creativity and talent.
Each year the competition attracts the best experts from around the world. The jury announced the winners of the 2016-2017 year, and their work is so innovative that will change the world. Or at least make our planet a more pleasant and functional.
The best works were chosen from 1,200 projects covering a wide range of categories, including furniture, packaging, graphics, and architecture. Design participants were United by such common themes as practicality, modernity, efficient use of space and materials.
Award A’ Design Award & Competition provides the winners fame and glory in this highly competitive environment.
Gift packaging for cake from the Marais.
Design of gift packaging for honey Funny Honey.
Packing for food and water for stray cats from Meow.
Packaging of instant noodles from Cao Weizhi&Ding Jian&Chen Yuru.
A box of chocolates, which becomes a chessboard, Lu Zhao&Jian Zhang&Wang Chaoyi.
Packing for pasta from Nikita Konkin.
Comfortable bra against theft from Dr Annie Holden and Brenda Barnett.
Strainer for brewing tea in the form of Pinocchio from Soroush Vahidian, Mohammad Afkhami.
Mug with temperature indicator from Yi Teng Shih, Rengrui Xiang Yuting Chen.
The housekeeper from Vassilis Mylonadis.
Multifunctional chair from Yong Zhang, Ya-nan Shi, which will be useful after the child will grow out of it.
Side and coffee table from Apiwat Chitapanya-Asia Collection.
Chair in the shape of a whale tail from Farzaneh Biazaran.
Multifunctional chair from Yi-An Hung, Yestudio.
Self-propelled robot from Greg Lynn.
Drying umbrella at the bus stop: National Taipei University of Technology.
Cover VELO SOCK bike from Gvido Bajars.
The design of contemporary library by studio 8 1/2.
Organic house Javier Senosiain & Daniel Arredondo.
Toilets from Yongwook Seong. Its creators have made the walls as bookshelves, “because in the digital age conventional books use less. This kind of architectural attempt to draw attention to the printed books.”
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