Now in its twelfth year, Beazley Designs of the Year is an annual appointment with the most original and exciting products and concepts in the fields of architecture, graphic and digital design, fashion, transports and product design. Nominators were asked to select their favourite designs that inspire and represent change in their field. This was the first year that the public nominated alongside design experts. The rethinking of mass-products, and reinterpretation of raw design materials with attention to environmental care and sustainability dominates this year’s product selection, which includes, for example, the first reinvention of the pregnancy test after over thirty years, and a series of tiles made with Etna volcanic ash. One design from each section will chosen as a winner, and an overall winner will also be announced on November 21st.Until 9 February 2020 all the finalists are gathered in an exhibition at the Design Museum London. 1 Inch Reclaimed stacking chair. Mono-block stackable chair.Jasper Morrison used leftover industrial waste materials comprising 88% reclaimed polypropylene from manufacturer Emerco, alongside 2% waste wood fibre, in his construction. The Bac...