The 16th International Design Awards Celebrates the New Talents in the Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design
The International Design Awards (IDA) has announced the winners for its 2022 edition. IDA recognizes, celebrates and promotes exceptional design visionaries and works to discover emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic, and Fashion Design worldwide.The 16th edition of the IDA attracted thousands of outstanding submissions from a record number of designers around the world who vied for the top prizes in this prestigious award.
Evaluating submissions from almost 80 countries, members of the IDA jury commented on the incredibly high standard of design entries across the five Award disciplines - Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design.
“The IDA has always been about seeking out truly visionary designers showcasing creativity and innovation. We had a record number of entries in 2022 and the jury had an enormous task in selecting the winners from some truly outstanding design submissions,” commented Jill Grinda, VP Marketing and Business Development for the IDA.
The public vote for the "People's Choie Awards" has been closed, and the winners will be revealed soon. There will be a cash prize of $1000 in each of the non-professional disciplines.
IDA 2022 Winners
Winners of the Year
- Architecture Design of the Year: "Shangyu Museum" by Zhejiang Province Institute of Architectural Design and Research
- Interior Design of the Year: "Emerald Bay" by Dina Marciano Design
- Product Design of the Year: "MC2" by OXOS
- Fashion Design of the Year: "INRECON / SOLARIS AW22" by GENERIC SENS LTD / JENS LAUGESEN DESIGN STUDIO
- Graphic Design of the Year: "Limburgs Museum – Van ós. For everybody." by Total Design
- Emerging Architectural Design of the Year: "Crassula" by Azad University (Mahsa Mohebbi, Mitra Mohebbi, Amin Moazzen）
- Emerging Interior Designer of the Year: "Moncler Soho" by New York School of Interior Design (Sheng Wei Yang)
- Emerging Product Designer of the Year: "ATLAS" by Artcenter College of Design(Shuaicheng (Drake) Dong)
- Emerging Fashion Designer of the Year: "Spiritual Shift" by Auckland University of Technology (Sheetol Chawla)
- Emerging Graphic Designer of the Year: "Desired" by Utah Valley University (Joslynn Taylor)
Comments from the Board of Jury (Excerpt)
We saw diverse and extraordinary submissions in this year’s entries across geographies, typologies and scale. The most successful designs appear to be those who apply creative thinking, crafting innovative and sustainable destinations to connect people with emotion, nature, and context.
-Jury Member, Mark Blackwell, Creative Director and Chartered Landscape Architect at Morphis
This year has demonstrated again that the IDA has truly become a destination for great creative work and the who’s who in the design industry. What makes judging the IDA special is the opportunity to discover fresh ideas from the best upcoming and established designers around the world and amplify them.
- Erik Behrens, Creative Director at AECOM
Once again the IDA awards have shown a new generation of incredibly creative talented candidates, as well as clear industry professional standouts. I love how these awards bring out the best.
-Carly Vidal-Wallace, Fashion Curator, Writer and Marketing Strategist
About The International Design Awards (IDA)
The International Design Awards (IDA) exists to recognize, celebrate and promote exceptional design visionaries and discover emerging talent in Architecture, Interior, Product, Graphic and Fashion Design worldwide. The Farmani Group founded the IDA as the design sibling of the Annual Lucie Awards for Photography, which has emerged as one of the world’s most prestigious photography awards.