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Spark Design Awards

The Spark mission is to promote better living through better design. The criteria are the same for all Spark competitions: does the design “Spark,” i.e., innovate, change the game and in some way help humanity or the environment we live in. The Spark founders believe Design is an important, relevant tool to help build a better world. We feel that Design and designers act as catalysts, addressing problems and improving our lives and our Earth.

Spark is about Change—designed change. Change for the better: studied, researched, cognizant of criteria like sustainability, suitability, efficiency, context, inventiveness, universality—and yes, beauty and joy.

Ultimately, one must ask why this is important. Commerce is important, but it is a means to an end. We might call the real goal “betterment.” Better lives, better health, better water, better air. Great design can help us get there. Do your part—make designs that make a difference. We’ll help.

The Spark Design Awards—the modern design competition.

Spark Product & Concept Design Winners Announced

Spark Product & Concept Design Winners Announced

The Spark Awards concluded its 11th annual competition for Products and Concepts. Founder Peter Kuchnicki described this year's work as "Sublime stuff! The jury reviewed hundreds of pieces, debating each entry during a very long day. We congratulate all the…

Spark Design & Innovation Awards Announce 2017 Call For Entries

The Official 2017 Call For Entries has been confirmed for all Spark Award design categories and Spark is currently accepting entries. According to Spark Awards Founder, Peter Kuchnicki, "Now in their 11th year, the Spark Awards are an exciting competition…

Spark Design Awards Deadline: November 1

The Spark Design Awards, launched in 2007 and celebrating its 10th year is reaching the conclusion of this year's entry period. "Designers still have a few weeks to register their work," Spark CEO Peter Kuchnicki stated. "We have already gathered…


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