World Design Awards 2020
World Design Awards 2020 will be judged by two stellar panels: one for design, the other for architecture. Each of the panels will be compiled of industry experts who will use their insight and experience to deliberate the results.The Design panel will be looking for: fresh thinking and originality, beautiful execution, great storytelling, work that pushes and progresses the client brief beyond expectations, work which emotionally connects with its people.The Architecture panel will be hoping to see: work that is programmatically, formally and spatially rich, design that pushes boundaries, projects that address issues of sustainability a people focused, client driven approach.
1. Maximum 4 images of project.
2. A3 size sheets (420mm X 297mm), in horizontal format and submitted as digital colored high-resolution files meant for printing in JPEG format.
3. Project About in Docs format in about 500 to 700 words.
4. Submission sent do not exceed maximum of 20Mb in zip file.
5. Unlimited Projects in multiple categories.6. No restrictions in built, concept and projects making date.
The reputable judges will nominate 3 finalists within each award category.
Sven Shockey (SmithGroup)
Sven Shockey, Design Director, brings over 25 years of experience in planning and architectural design. At SmithGroup, Sven has led the planning and design of a variety of projects including large-scale mixed-use development master plans, base buildings, academic buildings, and numerous interior fit-outs across the United States. He has a passion for rigorous idea-driven design. His design leadership has resulted in numerous awards in architecture, historic preservation, sustainability, and planning.
Esra Akcan (Associate Professor, Director of Cornell Institute for European Studies )
Esra Akcan’s scholarly work on a geopolitically conscious global history of urbanism and architecture inspires her teaching.
Akcan has received numerous awards and has authored more than 100 articles on the intertwined histories of Europe and West Asia, critical and postcolonial theory, architectural photography, migration and diasporas, translation, and contemporary architecture. These works offer new ways to understand the global movement of architecture and advocate a commitment to new ethics of hospitality and global justice. Akcan has also participated in exhibitions by carrying her practice beyond writing to visual media.
Lecturer in Architecture ( University of Michigan )
Zain Abuseir is a lecturer in Architecture at Taubman College of Architecture and Urban Planning. Zain previously taught Visual Communications at the School of Architecture and Design at Lawrence Technological University in Southfield, Michigan. She has also worked at RVTR and Atelier Mankouche in Ann Arbor, Michigan. While at RVTR, she has contributed to the NorthHouse Project, the Stratus Project, Conduit Urbanism and the Post-Carbon Highway Project. Her work has focused on graphic representation, book design and mapping.
FAIA, LEED® AP
Health and Wellness Leader, Design Director, Principal ( Gensler )
Randy’s design work leverages multidisciplinary partnerships and creates new models for healing, learning, and working. His portfolio of sculptural, exuberant, and site-specific architecture and design is hosted across five continents. Projects under his design leadership are celebrated for their critical design success and their enhancement of access to healthy, dignified, optimistic, and engaging environments for all. Randy is a Fellow in the American Institute of Architects and has been recognized with more than 40 local, national, and international design awards. He graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design with degrees in fine art and architecture. Randy is a university critic and lecturer and has expanded the profession’s commitment to partnerships with higher education through enabling unique ‘in-residence’ studio programs for students.
The Architecture Community is pleased to announce its World Design Awards 2020.The awards will be having the following categories:
Commercial | Cultural | Sports & Recreation |Residential |Office Building |Institutional Building | Hospitality |Mixed Use | Pop-Ups & temporary | Landscape Design |Urban Design and more
Bridge | Bus Stand | Airport | Railway Station | Subway | Tunnel | Highway | Port | Metro Station
Residential Interior | Public Building Interior | Commercial Interior | Corporate Interior
Households | Lifestyle & Accessories| Interior Design Elements
Artist | Designers
Art & Craft | Graphic Design | 3D Design | Animation
The Architecture Community
Link to Competition
Link to Registration form
Prize: World Design Awards 2020 deliver unprecedented exposure for our finalists and winners.
Winners will get a winner kit( Certificate and winner’s poster) Award will publish on The Architecture Community’s website and our media partner’s website
Type of Competition
Open to the public/Minimum requirements (Open to anyone that complies with the requirements), Single stage (Winners selected immediately)
Who can Participate
Architecture Competition inviting all architects, students, engineers, designers, and artists from around to participate.The Architecture Community is pleased to invite to participate from around the globe to take part in it
Submission requirements: 1. Maximum 4 images of project.2. A3 size sheets (420mm X 297mm), in horizontal format and submitted as digital colored high-resolution files meant for printing in JPEG format.3. Project About in Docs format in about 500 to 700 words.4. Submission sent do not exceed maximum of 20Mb in zip file.5. Unlimited Projects in multiple categories.6. No restrictions in built, concept and projects making date.
Dates and Time Frame
Registration Closes January 30, 2020
Deadline to Submit Project February 20, 2020
Winners announcement Date April 20, 2020
Location of Competition