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  • Tiina Karjalainen Kierysch

    Tiina Karjalainen Kierysch

    Tiina Karjalainen Kierysch is a Swedish-Finnish industrial designer and Head of Design at Bang & Olufsen, based in Copenhagen, Denmark. She has a track record of award-winning product creation in global design positions, including collaborations across transportation design. Tiina has a broad experience of setting creative direction, leading design teams and processes from early concept…

  • Torsten Valeur

    Torsten Valeur

    Over the last three decades, Master Designer and CEO Torsten Valeur has successfully shaped the look and feel of numerous brand-defining products. Fascinated by technology but a true sculptor at heart, Torsten Valeur is on a constant quest for originality. Regardless if he works with start-ups or global companies, he always aspires to find solutions…

  • Submit

    Submit

    How to submit?You can submit entries from June 6 until September 2, 2024, at 12 pm. Each entry can only be submitted once, either as a general design solution or a Young Idea. The submission must be in English. Registration is free of charge. Please note that by submitting, your material can be promoted on…

  • Our five values

    Our five values

    Our five values Why we don’t have categoriesThe Danish Design Award winners are chosen based on our five design values, representing design’s most crucial role and potential today. We celebrate design solutions because of their unique and stand-alone quality and experience. Boxes and defined categories do not enhance that.  Our highly qualified jury finds and…

  • The Danish Design Award is back

    The Danish Design Award is back

    After a year’s hiatus, Denmark’s most influential design award, the Danish Design Award, returns. The prize relaunches without categories and with a full focus on the best Danish design solutions — solutions that make our lives, society, and world better every day Award is Back This November, we’ll celebrate the most innovative, inspiring, intuitive, and…

  • Jury 2018
  • Ask Agger

    Ask Agger

    Ask Agger originally studied political science but was led astray into the alluring world of movie making, game design and consulting before he managed to start a prober career as a government bureaucrat. Today Ask is heading the change agency Workz, where he and his colleagues serve companies with the human aspect of organisational change…

  • Ida Engholm

    Ida Engholm

    Ida Engholm is a professor of design history and design theory at the Royal Danish Academy. She is the author of several books and articles on design and design-related topics. Her latest book is the influential debate book, Design for the New World: From Human Design to Planet Design. Ida Engholm is co-founder of the…

  • Christian Mogensen

    Christian Mogensen

    Christian Mogensen is co-owner of Stupid Studio, a Danish B Corp-certified creative studio. Since its inception in 2006, Stupid Studio has focused on designing better futures and creating positive change for people and the planet. Christian’s journey is marked by a strong foundation in computer science from the University of Southern Denmark and over 15…

  • Signe Kongebro

    Signe Kongebro

    Signe Kongebro is Global Design Director, Urbanism at Henning Larsen. In 2007, Signe founded Henning Larsen’s sustainability department, and to this day, she is one of the driving forces behind the studio’s focus on sustainable construction in the industry. With her extensive knowledge, Signe is pioneering new ways to reduce carbon on an urban scale.…

  • The Danish Design Award is back

    Press release, Copenhagen, June 6, 2024 After a year’s hiatus, Denmark’s most influential design award, the Danish Design Award, returns. The prize relaunches without categories and with a full focus on the best Danish design solutions — solutions that make our lives, society, and world better every day Award is Back This November, we’ll celebrate the…

  • Jury 2019