I always love to browse the winning projects of A’Design Award because they are independent projects and they are really selected come from all over the world, so they give us a very broad vision of how is the design today. Starting from the list of this year’s winners, I’m sharing today five trends that are really current now in design and that we will certainly big design trends for 2019 too.
You can find out the complete list of A’Design Award winners here
Mi piace sempre vedere anche quali sono stati i progetti vincitori di A’Design Award perchè sono progetti indipendenti e provenienti davvero da tutto il mondo, e ci danno quindi una visione molto ampia del design oggi e delle sue novità. Proprio partendo dalla lista dei vincitori di quest’anno, vi propongo oggi cinque tematiche che sono davvero attuali nel design e che ritroveremo di sicuro anche tutto il prossimo anno.
Potete scoprire la lista completa dei vincitori di A’Design Award qui
Discover the latest Trends and News on Interiors and Design for 2019:
design trend 2019 #1 – 3D Print Trend
Thanks to the latest technologies, 3D print is having this year a really big moment and looks like there is still a lot to be explored.
In Milan Design Week this year there even was even an house completed 3d printed on site, did you know this?
Print to Build Furniture Joint by Gellert Olle
Silhouette Collection Vase by Libero Rutilo
design trend 2019 #2 – Zero Waste
Starting from the food-related area, the zero-waste philosophy is really becoming the sales model of these years.
Hopefully, new generations are very much into this way of thinking than the older generations
and the trend is here to stay.
Stay Sixty Refillable Drinks Bottle by Two Create Studio
Omdesign 2016 Sustainable packaging by Omdesign
design trend 2019 #3 – healthy living
While in the last years design was mainly about minimalism and decluttering, now the focus is towards the concept of healthy living.
This means allowing space to individualism, to comfort, to things which make us feel good.
Meditation Seat Ware Seat Ware by Gao Fenglin
Cocoon Lounge Chair by Tim Kwok
Color Lights Decorative screen by Zhang Chen
design trend 2019 #4 – organic
Did you notice how shapes in design became much more organic in the last year?
Designers draw inspiration from the shapes of nature, and thanks to the latest tecnologies
the research about shapes can be pushed beyond usual limits
Ora Shower panel by Vladimir Polikarpov
Little Bo Flower vase by Santiago Bautista
design trend 2019 #5 – nomadic
Design must necessarily respond to the demands of a way of life which has radically changed in recent years.
On the one hand, the world of work has become less stable, forcing people to become extremely flexible.
On the other hand, moving have become simpler, cheaper and the distances have been reduced.
Lynko Freestanding Modular System Nomadic modular freestanding system by Natalia Geci
1:2 Chair by Yahe Zhang