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Red Dot Award Design Concept 2014
Red Dot Award Design Concept is calling on design teams, designers, inventors, students, teachers, research institutes, design departments, architects, engineers, any one with a great design idea to take notice.
Identifying good design since 1955, the Red Dot Design Award received more than 15,500 applications from 70 countries in 2013 alone. Making the competition one of the biggest and most prestigeous design awards worldwide.
The Award aims to be the defining platform that separates good ideas with good design solutions from the mediocre, to provide a professional evaluation and internationally recognized seal that gives an advantage to the design and designer in the competitive market.
There are 24 categories to choose from. The categories are deliberately wide to ensure that your imagination is not limited. Think beyond the conventional list that is provided and define new innovations and explanations.
All kinds of inventions, novelty designs and aesthetic designs that are not in the market, and not produced for sale before 1st December 2014 can be entered. All entered works must be the entrant’s own.
The highlight of the competition is the impressive Awarding Ceremony at the red dot design museum in Singapore. Every year, this gala of international design attracts hundreds of guests from the design, media and industry who come to make important contacts. It is a night of celebration and an important highlight in the design calendar. This year, the awarding ceremony will be held on the 26 September.
Any person may participate. Participation extends to all design studios, companies, universities, research laboratories, inventors, design students and design professionals from anywhere in the world.
Display of the winning concept in a globally distributed yearbook and e-yearbook, online exhibition at the award’s official website, exhibition at the red dot design museum Singapore, the exclusive use of the winner label and as well as press services.