Beazley Designs of the Year 2019 shortlist announced

Beazley Designs of the Year 2019 shortlist announced

For the second time, Beazley Designs of the Year slots into the London Design Festival calendar. The 76 nominees of the awards’ 12th edition showcase innovation over the past 12 months in categories of architecture, graphics, product, digital, fashion and transport. Described as a ‘compelling snapshot of the current world of design’, this year’s shortlist investigates design’s role on the planet, featuring a tool for early HIV detection; Jasper Morrison’s stacking chair for Emeco that reuses waste; a digital project that combats gender bias, and The Shed by Diller Scofidio + Renfro.

 

For this year’s exhibition at London’s Design Museum – curated by Beatrice Galilee and realised by 3D designer Pernilla Ohrstedt with graphics by Zak Group – visitors are invited into a space that reuses the past year’s installation. Winners will be announced on 21 November, but for now, explore the varied entries that made the shortlist below...

100 Rooms, by Maio
Category: Architecture
Ca'n Terra, by Ensamble Studio
Category: Architecture
Central Park, by Philippe Rahm Architectes, Mosbach Paysagistes and Ricky Liu & Associates
Category: Architecture

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