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.
Announcing…The 2020 winners
The winners of the 2020 Beazley Designs of the Year were unveiled by the Design Museum on 19th January 2021.
The category winners are:
Architecture: ModSkool, by Social Design Collaborative
Digital: The collective performance ‘A rapist in your way’, by Colectivo LASTESIS
Fashion: Telfar Bag, by Telfar
Graphics: 3D rendering of Sars-CoV-2, by Alissa Eckert (MSMI) and Dan Higgins (MAMS)
Product: Impossible Burger 2.0: by Impossible Foods
Transport: Teeter-Totter Wall, by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello with Colectivo Chopeke
Overall winner: Teeter-Totter Wall
Learn more about our sponsorship, the winners and why the judges chose them as this year’s Beazley Designs of the Year:
Discover all the nominations
The latest Beazley Designs of the Year exhibition and awards features 74 nominations across the six categories. Chosen by a panel of international designers, curators, critics and the public, the nominations showcase the most impactful products and concepts from designers around the world.
More information about the Beazley Designs of the Year can be found on the Design Museum’s website or immerse yourself in a 3D digital version of the exhibition, featuring captions and videos exploring this year's selection of the world's most innovative designs. Beazley Designs of the Year runs from 21st October 2020 until 28th March 2021 at the Design Museum, Kensington High Street, London, W8 6AG and on-line.
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