Apple, OMA and NASA nominated for the London Design Museum’s Beazley Designs of the Year

Apple, OMA and NASA nominated for the London Design Museum's Beazley Designs of the Year

(CNN)Album art from David Bowie, a NASA space cup and an Apple advertising campaign are among the nominees for the esteemed Beazley Designs of the Year 2016.

Previous winners range from Zaha Hadid’s Heydar Aliyev Center and the London 2012 Olympic torch in Baku, Azerbaijan.
Entering its ninth embodiment, the awards, sponsored by the Design Museum in London, feature a raft of new nominees from all possible walks of design. The six groups, divided to the areas of images, digital, fashion, architecture, merchandise and transportation, are symbolized by 67 people and cooperation from all possible corners of the world.
    Apple, OMA and NASA nominated for the London Design Museum's Beazley Designs of the Year

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    High profile nominees range from the Tate Modern Switch House on London’s Southbank and Bjarke Ingels’ “courtscraper”, VIA 57 West in New York. On the scale that is smaller there is nods to some drinkable novel, that guides users who will then rip a page out and use its germ-killing paper to filter water. Videogames and sTI testing kits additionally make the various shortlists, which focus on practical answers to everyday issues, but also excellence, sophistication.
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      Nominees are going to be on display in the Design Museum’s new house in Kensington, London from November 24, using the awards handed out on January 26 for group winners and general victor.
      Scroll through the gallery going to view a choice of the nominees.

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