We call this the dog days of summer, middle August where kids go back to school, the heat ramps up and we are in transition. But not for A Design. As we have been covering the A Design Awards for years, today we wanted to look at some of the 2021-22 winners. One of the reasons the A' Design Awards is on our radar is that its a global look at what innovatores are thinking, and especially with the pandemic as a backdrop, we are looking at good design and ideas more than ever. Take a look at what the A' Design Awards are all about. 

A lot of the categories we focused on in this post are about public space and the outside, architecture, open exhibition spaces, public art, homes with open floorplans. The A' Design Award is that there is a call for nominations and if you have some public space on your mind, you can register to submit for next year's competiion. 

As we write each year: you may askyourself "what is the A' Design Award"? We put together some of our favorites we have seen in the gallery above, as you can see there are over 100 categories for which this competition where entries will be judged by an international jury panel of scholars, professionals and media members. Take a look at the categories here.

There are many benefits to winning the award, not to mention credibility, publicity and international awareness, free gala-night invitation for two people to the award ceremony, free participation and space allocation in the winners' exhibition (both online gallery inclusions as well as physical exhibition in Italy), and mainly, you get to get the attention of press and editors like ourselves that can help promote your design to the greater design world. Each judge is an expert and professional in their field, with vast knowledge of successful design projects that will both help enhance and properly overview your entry. The jury includes design professionals, press members and academics.