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10th IDA International Design Awards

Deadline: 31.03.17 Entry Fee: Professional from 50 USD, Students from 30 USD Winner: IDA Trophy for the winning design in each discipline, Certificates and inclusion in the IDA Annual Book of Design for all the first and second place winners

The International Design Awards (IDA) exists to recognise, celebrate and promote legendary design visionaries and to uncover emerging talent in ArchitectureInteriorProductGraphic, and Fashion Design.

IDA aspires to draw attention to the iconoclasm of design world wide, conceptualizing and producing great work.

There are five main categories:

• Architecture
• Interior
• Product
• Graphic
• Fashion

Projects can be conceptual, in-progress or completed. All work must be produced within the last 5 years.

The diverse list of jurors comprises of art critics, editors, architects, cultural leaders and key developers in the design industry.

Entry fee (first entry): Professional from 50 USD, Students from 30 USD.

Eligibility

Open worldwide to professional and student designer.

Prize

IDA Trophy for the winning design in each discipline, Certificates and inclusion in the IDA Annual Book of Design for all the first and second place winners.

Student winners in each discipline compete for the Emerging Designer Of The Year title, awarded to one student in either architecture or the design of interiors, products, graphics or fashion who demonstrates extraordinary vision and creativity in his/her approach.

Moreover, honouring winners of the 9th and 10th competitions, the bi-annual gala event will be a night for architects, interior, fashion, product and graphic designers and design fans from around the world to celebrate the best of design theory and practice. Before the awards ceremony, a reception will bring together established professionals, emerging designers, enthusiasts and members of the press in an inspiring multi-disciplinary arena conducive to collaboration between innovators.

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