Exhibition Winners announced

Beazley Designs of the Year

Take part digitally by discovering this years winners, dive into the Virtual Experience or join one of the Design for a Changing World online talks with some of the nominated designers.

Following the latest COVID restrictions, the museum and its exhibitions will be closed until Government guidance changes.

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2020 Winners

The Winners

OVERALL WINNER - Teeter-Totter Wall designed by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello with Colectivo Chopeke


ARCHITECTURE - ModSkool designed by Social Design Collaborative


DIGITAL - A Rapist in Your Way (Un Violador en tu Camino) designed by Colectivo LASTESIS


FASHION - Telfar Bag designed by TELFAR


GRAPHICS - 3D Rendering of SARS-CoV-2 designed by Alissa Eckert and Dan Higgins (Centre for Disease Control)


PRODUCT - Impossible Burger 2.0 designed by Impossible Foods


TRANSPORT - Teeter-Totter Wall designed by Ronald Rael and Virginia San Fratello with Colectivo Chopeke


PEOPLE'S CHOICE WINNER - Brick Arches designed by Hong Kong Protestors


try the virtual experience

'The Virtual Experience'

Immerse yourself in a 3D digital version of the gallery, featuring captions and videos exploring this year's selection of the world's most innovative designs.

Join the online talks

Design for a Changing World

Join leading designers and innovators from Beazley Designs of the Year for a new series of online talks exploring the challenges of designing for a changing world

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The exhibition

What to expect

Discover the most innovative designs across fashion, architecture, digital, transport, product and graphic design, as nominated by the public and design experts from around the world.

Experience the best moments in design from January 2019 to the moment global attention shifted in late January 2020 when the COVID-19 pandemic took hold.

Discover futuristic technology for health and sanitisation, explore projects tackling inequality and racism and dive into questions around water and food security including mainstream veganism.

Stormzy's stab-proof vest designed by Banksy

Image by Felix Speller

A self-sanitising door handle

Image by Felix Speller

The record-breaking Nike ZoomX Vaporfly NEXT%

Image by Felix Speller

The Ouroboros Steak grown from human cells

Image by Felix Speller

A filtration system to aid the water crisis in Flint in Michigan

Image by Felix Speller

A vegan bag by Telfar

Image by Felix Speller

US & THEM video collage exposing Western prejudice

Image by Felix Speller

Kalank costume design

Image by Felix Speller

The sustainable K-briq

Image by Felix Speller

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Ticketing information

Online booking only

Tickets £12

Concessions available for NHS workers, seniors (over 60 years), the disabled and companion, and job seekers.

Ticket Mate Fund

A new pay it forward scheme in partnership with local charities that distributes free exhibition tickets in the local community.

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Meet the Judges

Leading figures from each of the award category professions will choose the winning projects of 2020.

last year

Beazley Designs of the Year 2019

Explore innovations and inventions from around the world that championed accessibility, design for women and local ideas with a global impact.

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