Residential ArchitectureA' Design Awards & Competition - Call for Submissions

A’ Design Awards & Competition – Call for Submissions

Gala A’ Design Award

A’ Design Award & Competition is the world’s leading international annual juried competition for design. The A’ Design Accolades are organized in a wide range of creative fields to highlight the very best designers from all countries in all disciplines. The primary aim of the A’ Design Awards and Competition is to create global awareness and understanding for good design practices and principles by highlighting the best designs in all countries and in all industrial fields.

The Award has 100 main categories, including some of the most popular categories such as Architecture, Building and Structure Design, Interior Space and Exhibition Design, Industrial Design and Furniture Design, in addition to others related to the world of Lighting, Landscape, Building Materials, and many others – see the full list of categories. This year’s edition is now open for entries; designers can register their submissions here. Entries will be judged by an international jury panel of academics, design professionals and press members.

Call for Entries to A' Design Award & Competition

Winners of an A’ Design Award receive a trophy alongside a host of other benefits: a certificate, inclusion in an exhibition, inclusion in a yearbook publication, winners’ badges, an exclusive interview to be featured on the A’ Design Awards website, inclusion in the world design rankings, an invite to a gala night hosted by the awards for networking, feedback notes from the award jury, and participation in an extensive PR campaign are all offered to winners. Click here to see the full list of benefits.

The submission period for the A’ Design Award closes on September 30th. You can submit your designs here, or find out more about the awards in multiple languages here. After the winners are announced on April 15th, 2022, a selection of architecture-related winners will be featured in a post on HomeWorldDesign. See a selection of winners from previous years below.

1. White Mountain Club House by Kris Lin

White Mountain Club House by Kris Lin

2. Ormankoy Community Centre Nature by DAP Yapı

Ormankoy Community Centre Nature by DAP Yapı

3. Haikou Bay Hotel by WoWA Architecture

Haikou Bay Hotel by WoWA Architecture

4. Nudibranch Hotel and Resort by SpActrum

Nudibranch Hotel and Resort by SpActrum

5. Air Box Residential House by Mu Yuan

Air Box Residential House by Mu Yuan

6. City Corner Residence by Chen-Yu Chiu

City Corner Residence by Chen-Yu Chiu

7. The Once Collection Seating by Kristof De Bock

The Once Collection Seating by Kristof De Bock / A' Design Awards and Competition

8. Yakamoz Rug Collection by Fulden Topaloglu

Yakamoz Rug Collection by Fulden Topaloglu / A' Design Awards and Competition

9. Vortex Fireplace by Dario Sousa

Vortex Fireplace by Dario Sousa / A' Design Awards and Competition

10. Mubic Modular Table by Katalin Brigitta Csiki

Mubic Modular Table by Katalin Brigitta Csiki / A' Design Awards and Competition

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