The most innovative designs across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design from the past 12 months, as nominated by the public and design experts from around the world, are put on show once a year at London’s premier champion of creativity, The Design Museum.
2019 see’s SomeOne as one of the nominated contenders for our design work with Wolves
‘The wacky and the wonderful, life-saving or just mind-changing… these are the people designing our future.’
At the exhibition (running from 11 Sept 2019 — 9 Feb 2020) you can explore innovations and inventions from around the world that champion accessibility, design for women and local ideas with a global impact.
Nominators were asked to select their favourite designs that inspire, represent change in their field and capture this moment in time.
This was the first year that the public nominated alongside design experts.
‘Now in its twelfth year, Beazley Designs of the Year is an annual celebration of the most original and exciting products, concepts and designers across the globe today. We are enormously thankful to be included in such prestigious company.‘
From an operating theatre which can fit inside a backpack to a reusable rocket designed for commercial travel, previous winners of Beazley Designs of the Year have been pioneers in their sector.
Some of the brilliant previous winners include:
Shepard Fairey designed the poster and used proceeds from selling the image to produce more of it. Though it was never officially adopted by the campaign, it became synonymous with the Obama presidential campaign throughout 2008.
Barber Osgerby’s Olympic Torch is made of aluminium and perforated with 8,000 circular holes, each representing a single carrier of the torch as it makes its way to the opening ceremony in London on July 27.
Designed by the Government Digital Service, the site is a portal for all of the UK government’s websites. It makes life better for millions of people coping with the everyday chores, from getting a new passport, to paying their taxes.
Designed by Zaha Hadid and Patrik Schumacher. the elaborate undulations, folds and inflections modify this plaza surface located in Baku, Azerbaijan, into an architectural landscape that performs a multitude of functions.
A performance hijab by Nike that could change the face of sport for Muslim women. Nike worked alongside a team of athletes to develop a single-layer stretchy Hijab inspired by Sarah Attar’s win for Saudi Arabia at the 2012 Olympics
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