A' Design Awards & Competition Exhibitions

Want to see your work exhibited? Winners will have their projects shown in Como, Italy; Gdansk, Poland; and Mumbai, India.

Want to win press, publicity and access to buyers and manufacturers for your design - and be exhibited in Italy, Poland and India?

The A' Design Awards & Competition is now accepting entries for 80 award categories including furniture, lighting, architecture, and exhibition and interior design. You can see a full list of the award categories here.

Winners of the award take part in an exhibition, a yearbook, provided public relations and publicity assistance, included in world design rankings and featured at a gala night in Italy.

Designers can register their products or projects online here, and can learn more about the submission process here.

The deadline to submit is 28 February 2013. The results will be announced to the public on 15 April 2013 at the award winners' exhibition.

The winners will be featured in three seperate exhibitions:

A' Design Award Winners' Exhibition at MOOD will be held at Como, Italy from 15 to 27 April 2013. 
751-sq-m of space is provided for winners to exhibit their works. Winners who cannot join by physical works will be provided free poster printing and preparation service, in order to exhibit the work of every winner.

A' Winners' Exhibition at About Design will be held at Gdansk, Poland from 10 to 12 May 2013.
112-sq-m of space is provided to display winning projects, and A' Design Award will carry small pieces. Poster preparation and printing will be provided free of charge to all winners.

A' Winners' Exhibition at Product Design Days will be held at Mumbai, India from 21 to 22 November 2013.
112-sq-m of space is provided for winners to exhibit their works. A' Design Award will carry small pieces, and provide poster preparation and printing free of charge to all winners.

Take a look at some of our favourite projects from last year's awards in the slideshow above, and learn more about them on Frameweb, here.

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