To mark its 30th anniversary, the Design Museum is asking public to help with the Beazley Designs of the Year selection process by nominating their favorite designs from the past twelve months.
This year's roundup of world-class innovation is split into six categories including Architecture, Digital, Fashion, Product, Graphics, and Transport.
The Design Museum is asking the public to share: designs that inspire, designs that represent 'change' in their field, designs that capture this moment in time, designs that create access, and designs that represent thought leadership.
The Design Museum and curators will collate all suggested projects and create a shortlist of nominations that will also include the usual design expert nominations.
"I'm thrilled to be working with the Design Museum on this year's Beazley Designs of the Year show," commented Beatrice Galilee, curator of this year's exhibition and Associate Curator of Architecture and Design at The Metropolitan Museum of Art. "It can feel like incredible products, spaces and ideas pop up in and then disappear from our screens every minute. This exhibition will be the opposite; a chance to take in and walk through a whole year of the world's best design in one space. It will be particularly fascinating to see the nature of nominations from the public. I'm very intrigued!"
The nominations will close on March 31, 2019.
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