Designs Of The Year 2013

March 21, 2013 by  

Designs Of The Year 2013, An exhibition of projects nominated for Designs of the Year including Zaha Hadid’s table inspired by a glacier and a stool made on a fishing trawler (above) opens tomorrow at London’s Design Museum.
The showcase features designs put forward for the museum’s Designs of the Year awards, recognised in seven categories: architecture, digital, fashion, furniture, graphics, product and transport.
Winners in each category and an overall winner will be announced in April, with the exhibition continuing until 7 July.
The exhibition was designed by London studio Faudett-Harrison, who have displayed the projects against neutral tiles, black worktops and occasional yellow surfaces.
Shard, Olympic Cauldron and a non-stick ketchup bottle: Design Museum 2013 Designs of the Year.

Designs of the Year 2013 exhibition runs from 20 March to 7 July 2013.

The Design Museum announces the contenders for the sixth annual Designs of the Year. They include the best designs from around the world in the last 12 months across seven categories: Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Furniture, Graphics, Product and Transport. Selected by a panel of distinguished nominators, the awards compile the most original and exciting designs, prototypes and designers in the world today – brought together in a Design Museum exhibition from 20 March – 7 July 2013.

Consisting of over 90 nominations, this year’s contest include the celebrated Olympic Cauldron by Heatherwick Studio; Western Europe’s tallest building – The Shard designed by Renzo Piano; the boutique boat-shaped hotel room – A Room for London by David Kohn Architects; The Louis Vuitton collection by Yayoi Kusama; and the award-winning Exhibition Road by Dixon Jones, which integrates vehicle and foot traffic with its rejection of boundaries between pavement and road. Microsoft’s Windows phone 8 has claimed the only mobile phone nomination. The Digital category also includes the latest website.

Zaha Hadid earns two nominations this year for the Galaxy Soho building in Beijing and the Liquid Glacial Table, which resembles running water. Forty years after his death, architect Louis Kahn has won a nomination for New York’s Four Freedoms Park which was finally completed at the end of 2012. The successful Barbican installation Rain Room by Random International, which produced queues of over three hours has received a nomination, and the venue’s Bauhaus exhibition is recognised for its graphics by APFEL.

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