The International Design Awards (IDA) exist to recognize, celebrate and promote legendary design visionaries and to uncover emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design.
Los Angeles, United States – Each year architects, interior designers, product designers, graphic designers, and fashion designers are invited to submit their work for the IDA design competition in order to gain worldwide exposure and enter one of the most respected and prestigious global design awards.
The IDA jury saw entries exhibiting the highest current design standards across the five Award disciplines Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic, and Fashion Design and evaluated submissions from more than 80 countries. Each design entry was evaluated by the professional IDA Jury panel on its own merit.
Among thousands of entries, the jury was able to score and select some of the best and most innovative designs as the main winners of IDA. The Architecture discipline award was handed to One Sino Park by lead designer Qun Wen. The project highlights relationships between architecture, nature, society, and the people of Chongqing, thus enhancing the spatial experience of the building’s visitors through a design-oriented rethinking of modern lifestyles.
By: Russel Carr
Lotus Evija by Russel Carr received the Product Design Of The Year Award with the world’s first pure electric British hypercar. This model was designed, engineered, and hand-built at Lotus’ home in Hethel, UK and it is the world’s most powerful series-production road car. On the other hand, the Interior Design Of The Year Award was handed to Switch Bahrain by Karim Rashid. Karim presented a modern and futuristic design to change the dining standards and create an environment where dining becomes once again an experience not just a necessity.
By: Karim Rashid
Vicki Au secured the Fashion Design category with the collection Revisit. The designer believes that sustainable initiatives are the key to bring positive impacts in the community and world. Last but not the least, the Graphic Design Of The Year award was won by Logitech Europe S.A. with a simple, vibrant, colorful, and youthful approach to Ergonomics through their animated 3D Ergo Characters.
“The IDA seeks out truly visionary designers showcasing creativity and innovation. As the world struggled with an unprecedented challenge in 2020, the IDA received a record number of outstanding entries which presented the jury with an enormous task in selecting the winners,” commented Jill Grinda, VP Marketing and Business Development for the IDA.
About the Company:
The Farmani Group founded the IDA in 2007 and the competition has now become one of the leading design awards globally, awarding and promoting hundreds of designers each year. The International Design Awards (IDA) recognizes, celebrates, and promotes legendary design visionaries and uncovers emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic, and Fashion Design. The IDA aspires to draw attention to the iconoclasm of design worldwide that is conceptualizing and producing great creative works.