design awards

The China Red Star Award began in 2006 and is thought to be the most important industrial design award in China. Its goal is to recognise and encourage the best design achievements in a wide range of activities. The judging panel is made up of experts from both inside and outside China.Read More →

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The Lucky Strike Designer Award is the most prestigious design award in Europe, valued at € 50,000. Since 1991, the Raymond Loewy Foundation has given it out annually. The Raymond Loewy Foundation was established by the world’s second-largest tobacco company, which handed over the foundation to Stilwerk GmbH in 2013.Read More →

iF Jurors

Celebrated and Valued Design Competitions iF International Forum Design GmbH organizes the iF DESIGN AWARDRead More →

Red Dot Design Awards - Winners

Since 1955, the Red Dot Award: Product Design has been searching for the year’s best products. Producers and designers can currently submit their industrial products in 49 categories, from fashion to consumer electronics, vehicles, medical technology and furniture.Read More →

ADI Design 2022

On October 27, ADI Design Museum in Milan saw the presentation of the 233 products selected for the ADI Design Index 2021, the exhibition held by the ADI Permanent Design Observatory presenting a selection of the best products of Italian design shortlisted for the 27th Compasso d’Oro award, due to be awarded in 2022. Read More →

Compasso d'Orro exhibition display

Aldo Borletti founded the Compasso d’Oro (Golden Compass) competition and the award for product aesthetics at the Italian department store La Rinascente at the X Triennale (see Milan Triennale) in Milan in 1954. In Europe, the award was the first of its kind. Read More →

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Frederik Lunning, a Danish-born businessman and owner of the Georg Jensen Inc. store on Fifth Avenue in New York, created the Lunning Prize award in December 1951. This successful showcase for Danish porcelain and glass was developed in 1924, but supplies were cut off when World War II broke out.Read More →

Pritzker Prize winner Sydney Opera House

The Pritzker Architecture Prize recognises a living architect or architects whose built work exemplifies a blend of talent, vision, and dedication that has resulted in significant and coherent contributions to humanity and the built environment through the practice of architecture.Read More →

Prince Eugene Medal

The Prince Eugene Medal (Swedish: Prins Eugen-medaljen) is a medal awarded by the King of Sweden for “outstanding artistic achievement.”Read More →

Notus Remote - Red Dot Designer Winner

Notus Remote – Red Dot Designer Winner for 2018 an example of quality product design.Read More →

RIBA winner example

The RIBA has been awarding the President’s Medals annually since 1836, making them the Institute’s oldest prizes and probably the oldest awards worldwide in the field of architecture. The Institute runs several other awards, including the Stirling Prize for the best new building of the year; the Royal Gold Medal (first awarded in 1848), which honours a distinguished body of work; the Stephen Lawrence Prize, funded by the Marco Goldschmied Foundation, for projects with a construction budget of less than £1,000,000, and the President’s Awards for Science.Read More →