The Archiproducts Design Awards celebrate the excellence in international Design
Initiated in 2016, The Archiproducts Design Awards is now in its fifth year and has already become a constant that vouches for creativity and innovation by encouraging new collaborations and generating synergies between designers and brands.
This year’s edition is special, not least because many brands and manufacturers worldwide are still struggling to come to terms with restrictions necessitated by a pandemic rather unimaginable only months ago.
Last year’s edition saw over 700 products by 400 brands from all round the world. 100 were awarded for their originality, as well as for quality and aesthetic of the project, by a heterogeneous and multidisciplinary jury composed of architects, designers, journalists, photographers and creative directors from various countries.
For the 2020 edition more than 60 jurors accepted Archiproducts’ invitation. Among these these jurors can be mentioned: Studio Libeskind, UNStudio, Matthew McCormick, Marcio Kogan, Piero Lissoni, Mecanoo, Quincoces Drago, Diego Grandi, as well as Rossana Orlandi, studiopepe, Fabio Fantolino and Edoardo Tresoldi. As first-time jury members there Zaha Hadid Architects principal Patrik Schumacher, Formafantasma’s Andrea Trimarchi and Simone Farresin, Giovanna Castiglioni, Vice President and General Secretary of the Achille Castiglioni Foundation, DIMORESTUDIO‘s Emiliano Salci and Britt Moran, graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister from NYC, Hana Hakimo for Stella Collective from Australia, and the photographer Omar Sartor. The multifaceted international panel covers complementary fields of expertise in architecture, design, fashion, art and communication. This year the award trophy, designed by Spanish studio MUT Design, will wear the distinctive mark of De Castelli’s unique metal oxidation and layering process. The brand from Treviso will be official partner of the Archiproducts Design Awards and responsible for manufacturing the sculptural object inspired by the shape of the Mobius strip that represents the underlying idea of the ADA.
After evaluating over 750 submissions from all over the world, the winners of the 2020 Archiproducts Design Awards have been revealed.
Judged and chosen by a jury panel made up of the leading figures in Architecture and Design, the winning entries stood out for their unique concept and represent the excellence in creativity, technology and research.
See below the full list and get inspired by the finest and the latest in the Industry.