Designs of the Year 2014 is hosted at the Design Museum.
The prestigious contest looks to find the greatest efforts the vast world of creative design. Covering various categories, efforts include creations from the worlds of architecture, digital, fashion, furniture, graphics, transport and product. With examples from all around the world, the competition is stiff, with a huge number of ingenious designs competing for the coveted prizes.
Highlights from the short listed designs include A Magazine Curated by Stephen Jones and featuring a centrefold of Dita Von Teese. In the Architecture category, Child Chemo House is a design by Tezuka Architects and is a place where children undergoing chemotherapy treatment can live with their families. The Oculus Rift offers a new type of virtual reality in the Digital section while Prada S/S14 by Miuccia Prada offers pop-art prints and sporty details in the fashion category.
Genuinely innovative and highly memorable, this is a chance to catch a glimpse of work from the design giants of tomorrow.