What is good design? And how can it change our lives for the better?
Every year, we showcase and celebrate the best Danish design solutions with the Danish Design Award. From healthcare, education, and work to 13 more categories, the award demonstrates the impact of good design in all aspects of our everyday lives.
Design alone won’t save the world, but how can we acknowledge and promote the solutions that help solve some of the great challenges of our time and ultimately improve lives?
A national celebration
Danish Design Award is Denmark’s national award for outstanding design. The annual event brings together the design industry, businesses, and the general public to celebrate the difference design can make.
The award categories range from job-creating and cost-cutting design over health solutions and resource sharing to visionary concepts that demonstrate the diversity of design and its value to both companies and society.
“Profound change happens when we solve everyday challenges. Danish designers continue to demonstrate that their ability to solve these challenges is limitless – be it a chair designed from sustainable materials or an app to assist healthcare workers.”
CEO, DDC – Danish Design Center
Danish Design Award:
- Demonstrates the value and impact of design in Denmark today.
- Inspires and stimulates the use of design and design thinking in companies and society.
- Reflects the many aspects of design, design use, and design thinking.
Danish Design Award is a collaboration between DDC and the Danish alliance of design professionals, Design denmark.
The international jury consists of 15 leaders in design, business, and education.
”Denmark is a proud design nation and Danish designers
are still leading the way when it comes to human-centered, aesthetic, well-functioning design.”
CEO, Design denmark
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