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A' Design Award- Winners


A' Design Award and Competition aims to highlight the excellent qualifications of best designs, design concepts and design oriented products worldwide in all creative disciplines and industries. The mission of the A' Award and Competition is to provide a fair, ethical and competitive platform for companies, designers and innovators from all design fields with different experience levels, diverse disciplines and market focus to compete on, while providing them a global audience to showcase their success and talents to. The A' Award and Competition aims to act as blender; to bring together designers, companies and the press.

Visit here to register and start submitting your designs to A' Design Award and Competition. 

Here we feature 20 top award winning designs from all years.

A' Design Award- Winners
Le Cube Sofa by Rob van Puijenbroek

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
ORISHIKI Hand bag Clutch bag by Naoki Kawamoto

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Artificial Topography Art Installation by Ryumei Fujiki

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Pebble Heater by Hakan Gürsu

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
T cafe 1954 Cafe by J. Candice Interior Architects

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Infinite Steel Stool Stool by Fernanda Marques

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Kyoto Silk Retail Shop by Keiichi Hayashi

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Catino Bathroom collection by Emanuele Pangrazi

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Or2 Photochromic Canopy Structure by Orproject

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Up Your Street Cottage Cheese by Springetts Brand Design Consultants

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
House by Marcio Kogan

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Bridal Veil soaring over the World... The chandelier by Victor A. Syrnev

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Only Right Here Knife holder by Alan Saga

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Blue Goose Product Packaging by SID LEE

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Gretchen - Tango Pouch Handbag, Evening Bag by Anne-Christin Schmitt

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
The Monroe Chair An Armchair by Alexander White

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Seasons Functional kitchen and serving ware by Nao Tamura

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Aesop I.T Installation, Hong Kong Retail, Installation byCheungvogl Architects

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
ICON E-Flyer Electric Bicycle by Jonathan Ward & Andrew Davidge

A' Design Awards 2015-2016- Winners
Bragazzis Olive Oil and Vinegar Typographic Excellence by PACKLAB


The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute

Japan-based Daikoku Design Institute, lead by Daigo Daikoku art director cum designer has done some very engaging works since 2011. Daikoku Design Institute conducts creative work involving everything from two- and three-dimensional works to video and space design.

They are recipient of the JAGDA New Designer Award, the Tokyo ADC Prize and the D&AD Yellow Pencil Awards.

Have a look of their amazing works here:

The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
Etajima Jam
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
PRISTINE Identity
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
SOU・SOU Textile Design Collection 380 Patterns from Kyoto
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
HANGER YARN BALL|PRISTINE
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
Wasabi Dip
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
Handmade tofu of NOROSHI
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
MAU Water|Musashino Art University
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
A gift of SHUNJU
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
Hoshimochi (Butter,Yomogi)
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
PRISTINE Packaging
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
Potato shochu "Hokkaido Kiyosato"|Kiyosato Shouchu Office
The Designs of Daikoku Design Institute
MUJI Xmas Market 2011|MUJI


Flags of Peace

Flags of Peace is a continuous project by Trapped in Suburbia to explore ONE international recognizable peace flag.

Throughout history there have been several attempts to establish a universal peace flag and yet no single design has gained complete international acceptance.

This Flags of Peace project try to form a visual dialogue around peace and its indefinite symbolism. These flags will present a spectrum of ideas on peace. Each highlighting a particular nation’s relationship with, and view towards, international peace.

Flags of Peace aims to collect a flag design from each of the 196 countries in the world. Along this journey, international exhibitions will present the progress.

For the start, over forty reputable designers and artists, each from a different nation across the globe, were invited to propose a flag design, showing how they believe peace should be portrayed. The first showcase took place at De Pier, The Hague, over the Just Peace festival, International Day of Peace and Today’s Art.
Flags of Peace
Flags of Peace
Flags of Peace



Flags of Peace
Flags of Peace
Flags of Peace
Flags of Peace




The Egyptian Sibyl Wire Sculpture by Gavin Worth

"The Egyptian Sibyl," as a sculpture, resembles a freestanding line drawing. By bending over 100 steel rods by hand, Gavin Worth and four assistants constructed the piece over a 3-month period in the spring of 2014. The skies of Cairo is a wonderful canvas on which to draw with alternately blaring and soft, gentle and harsh, delicate blue and intense yellow. As the steel traces lines across the sky, the mood of the sculpture changes as the light does. When the sky is lit on fire with sunset yellows, oranges, and reds, the canvas for this vast drawing will be similarly vibrant. When the sky is overcast, softened, and pale with greys and blues, the canvas will be just as softened and meditative.


"The Egyptian Sibyl" is a monumental wire sculpture, over 20 feet in length, that is mounted on a rooftop in Cairo, Egypt. I built it at the end of a three year period living in Cairo -- a very tumultuous time that saw three different Presidents come and go. It was inspired by Michelangelo's painting on the ceiling of the Sistine Chapel. In this stunning work, Michelangelo depicts scenes from Genesis, prophets, as well as the Sibyls of antiquity. The Sibyls were women that possessed the power of prophecy and were found in the oracles of the ancient world. The Libyan Sibyl resided at the oracle in Siwa. The Delphic Sibyl was found at the oracle in Delphi, in Greece. The Sibyls were symbols of wisdom, of sensitivity, and intuition. Deeply inspired by this, I decided to create another Sibyl, the Egyptian Sibyl, to convey a similar feeling of freedom, knowledge, and vision. Flanked by papyrus flowers, she turns a page while gazing upward, enraptured in a moment of thought, light shining in her eyes. It is my sincere hope that the same sense of optimism, wisdom, and gentle freedom will guide Egypt towards its remarkable future.-- Gavin Worth

The Egyptian Sibyl Wire Sculpture by Gavin Worth
The Egyptian Sibyl Wire Sculpture by Gavin Worth
The Egyptian Sibyl Wire Sculpture by Gavin Worth


Makeover Camera Lens Cap

Somebody has found out that the Haagen-Dazs lid was the perfect fit to the lens of 72mm diameter (laughs).

So next time why waste money on a new lens cap? Instead buy a tub of Haagen-Dazs, you can enjoy the ice cream and still having a makeover lens cap.

Makeover Camera Lens Cap
Makeover Camera Lens Cap
Makeover Camera Lens Cap
Makeover Camera Lens Cap
Makeover Camera Lens Cap