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Celebrating Architectural Excellence: 20 Winners from the A’ Design Awards

Published Aug 14, 2023
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In this article, we are thrilled to present you with a glimpse into some of the winning projects from previous editions of the A’ Design Award & Competition, a prestigious global accolade that recognizes outstanding design talent in a wide range of creative fields.

A’ Design Award in numbers

Established in 2009, the A’ Design Award & Competition aims to promote good design practices and principles on a global scale. Over the years, the competition has become a powerful testament to the value and importance of design.

To give you an idea of the massive scope of this worldwide competition, we’ve selected some of the most impressive stats achieved by the awards:

  • 191,367 registrations
  • 61,159 projects submitted
  • 18,460 award winners
  • 225 expert judges
  • 183 categories
  • 109 languages

The latest edition of the competition is now accepting new entries. If you’re interested in submitting your own projects to give your work more visibility and recognition, you can register here.

Explore a captivating showcase of architectural brilliance

Architecture has been one of the most popular categories in the competition, and since its inception A’ Design Award has consistently recognized and encouraged outstanding achievements in this field. Keep scrolling to discover some of the most stunning architectural projects previously showcased in the annual competition. From awe-inspiring skyscrapers to innovative residential spaces, these architects have left us spellbound with their creativity and vision.

Z Line House by Revano Satria
Tension Instrument Concert Hall by Lihan Jin
ShuiFa-White Marble in the Wilderness Property Exhibition Centre by Qun Wen
Rising Moon Pavilion by Daydreamers Design
Da Chang Muslim Cultural Center Cultural by Hejingtang Studio

How the entries are judged

Every year, a diverse group of academics, design professionals and press members from around the world comes together to evaluate the submitted projects. Those who emerge victorious in the competition are bestowed with a range of fantastic benefits:

  • Project presented in a physical exhibition of selected winners
  • Inclusion in the Yearbook publication
  • Extensive PR campaign promoting the winners to a wide audience
  • Inclusion in the World Design Rankings
  • An invitation to the prestigious Gala night offering networking opportunities
  • Award trophy & Winner’s Certificate
  • Access to the Press Kit creator
  • Inclusion in the Business Network
  • A range of additional Winner services
  • Project translated to 20+ native languages
Float Residential House by Michihiro Matsuo
Ruyi Exhibition Center by Kris Lin
Maitreya Dharma Hall on Abandoned Mine by Guanghai Cui
Villa 22 Private House by Dreessen Willemse Architecten
Concert Hall in Warsaw Music School by Tomasz Konior
Villa AT House by Todd Saunders
White Mountain Club House by Kris Lin
Ormankoy Community Centre Nature by DAP Yapı
Hill Wind Hotel and Resort by Huafang Wang
Timeless Residence by Satoshi Kurosaki
Double Barn House by Katarzyna Starzyk
Bayfront Pavilion Public Event Space by Thomas Schroepfer
272 Hedges Avenue Pedestal Architecture by Rafael Contreras and Monica Earl
Black Eagle House by Perathoner Architects
BLS World Trade Center by SEA Design Group

Don’t forget to submit your own work for a chance to be recognized in the next edition of the A’ Design Awards. You can register and upload your designs here. Winners will be announced on April 15, 2024 and we will feature a selection of our favorite projects on the grid once the results are made public.

Cover image: Ruyi Exhibition Center by Kris Lin

This article is sponsored by A’ Design Award, a partner brand. To learn more about how we work with partners and sponsors, please visit this page, or get in touch with us to request a Media Kit.

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