A’ Design Award, World Design Rankings 2022

Wishing Pavilion Cultural Celebration by Daydreamers Design,
Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2019 —2020.

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A’ Design Award, World Design Rankings 2022

It's time again to pit your creativity against others in what has been called the 'Olympics of the design world'. Have you got what it takes..?

The world’s largest design award, the A’ Design Award promotes good design practices and principles from international designers, artists, architects, makers, brands and businesses across a diverse set of creative disciplines. And those who enter their work into the competition can carry the pride of a nation by representing their country in the prestigious World Design Rankings.

Based on the number of designers that have been granted an A’ Design Award, the World Design Rankings have highlighted the countries of the participating designers since 2010; the year the list was first divulged. For this current edition, 114 countries are being represented, an increase of six from last year, with China, the U.S., Japan, Italy and Hong Kong leading the way. As countries are only represented by submissions, simply put, those with the most entrants have a higher chance of ranking well.

A system that provides data to economists and journalists, the World Design Rankings——said “to be to Design what Olympics is to Sports”——allocates scores for from the amount of Platinum, Gold, Silver, Bronze, and Iron awards handed out.

Guilin Exhibition Center by Tengyuan Design

Guilin Exhibition Center by Tengyuan Design,
Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2019—2020.

Nest Commercial Interior by Neogenesis+studi0261 Design Studio, Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design

Nest Commercial Interior by Neogenesis+studi0261 Design Studio, Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019—2020.

Xerolithi Residence by George Sinas, Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category

Xerolithi Residence by George Sinas, Winner in Architecture, Building and Structure Design Category, 2020—2021.

Maybe you’re from a country already in good stead and can help keep them there? Or perhaps your country is lower down the list and you can help give them a boost? With over 100 categories to enter your work, the A’ Design Award most definitely covers your niche giving you the opportunity to get your works out into the world at large whilst doing something creatively warming for your homelands.

Submissions are put before an esteemed panel of judges of experienced academics, prominent press members and established professionals and winners get not only worldwide recognition, but a slew of benefits including (but not limited to) a 3D-printed trophy, annual yearbook, and an invitation to an esteemed gala-night celebration and crowning ceremony.

With the submission period still open, register your works today for your chance to shine as the deadline of 28 February is fast looming. This post highlights some of our favourite designs over the course of our partnership with this esteemed award and competition, and who knows, when we publish our 2021—2022 winners article this April, maybe your works will be gracing these very pages.

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Lattice Chair Weaving Armchair by Chen Kuan-Cheng is Winner in Furniture Design Category, 2020 - 2021.

Lattice Chair Weaving Armchair by Chen Kuan-Cheng, Winner in Furniture Design Category, 2020—2021.

Buna Cafe Neihu Neihu by Chin Ming Tsai is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020

Buna Cafe Neihu Neihu by Chin Ming Tsai, Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019—2020.

Parachute Wall Shelf by Yusuke Watanabe is Winner in Furniture Design Category

Parachute Wall Shelf by Yusuke Watanabe,
Winner in Furniture Design Category, 2020—2021.

Mubic Modular Table by Katalin Brigitta Csiki, Winner in Furniture Design

Mubic Modular Table by Katalin Brigitta Csiki, Winner in Furniture Design Category, 2020—2021.

Waving Multifunctional Speaker by Ruiwang Xiang is Winner in Digital and Electronic Devices Design Category, 2019 - 2020.

Waving Multifunctional Speaker by Ruiwang Xiang, Winner in Digital and Electronic Devices Design Category, 2019—2020.

Rotass Haute Joallerie Chongqing Store by Xiaobing Yao is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020

Rotass Haute Joallerie Chongqing Store by Xiaobing Yao,
Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019—2020.

Free Estonian Entertainment by Olga Raag is Winner in Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Category, 2019 - 2020

Free Estonian Entertainment by Olga Raag, Winner in Arts, Crafts and Ready-Made Design Category, 2019—2020.

Nanjing Hexi Beauty Hospital by Sheng Tao and Yi Zhang is Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019 - 2020

Nanjing Hexi Beauty Hospital by Sheng Tao and Yi Zhang, Winner in Interior Space and Exhibition Design Category, 2019—2020.

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