Beazley is proud to partner with the Design Museum and to support the Beazley Designs of the Year.
As a specialist insurer we are well placed to understand the value of good design. We see first-hand the consequences when things go wrong and our products and services are expertly designed to help people and businesses when they most need help.
Beazley Designs of the Year brings together the very best examples of design over the last year from around the world across six categories: Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Graphics, Product and Transport. The judging panel selects a winner in each category along with the overall Beazley Design of the Year.
Beazley Designs of the Year 2020 - have your say
What were last year's most important or inspiring designs for you?
Was it a design that promoted or delivered change; or that enabled access?
Did it take design into a new direction, or is it simply something that you believe captures the spirit of the year just gone?
Take the opportunity to make your nomination and you might see it in in the Beazley Designs of the Year 2020 exhibition. Find out more.
The winners were unveiled on the 21st November.
The overall winner is Anatomy of an AI System by Kate Crawford of AI Institute and Vladan Joler:
The individual product category winners are as follows :
Architecture Category Winner Maya Somaiya Library, by Sameep Padora and Associates
Digital Category Winner Anatomy of an AI System, by Kate Crawford of AI Institute and Vladan Joler
Fashion Category Winner adidas Originals, by Ji Won Choi
Graphics Category Winner Amorepacific, by Sascha Lobe of Pentagram with L2M3
Product Category Winner Catch: The HIV Detector, by Hans Ramzan
Transport Category Winner Gacha Shuttle Bus, by MUJI and Sensible4
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