2021 Polestar Design Contest

Polestar, the Swedish electric performance car brand led by designer Thomas Ingenlath, launches its 2021 vision of future mobility Design Contest under the theme of ‘progressive’.

 

The 2020 contest drew over 600 applications from across the world. Entries included an array of cutting-edge design concepts, from prosthetic springboard blades for walking, to an autonomous pod, to a luxury yacht that exuded Polestar’s minimalistic design tonality. One of the winning designs was an airship that looked 20 years ahead, combining Polestar’s design ethos with a 21st century aviation approach. The design did not need to be a car, but it needed to be ‘a Polestar’.

 

An  exclusive feature of the global Polestar Design Contest is the coaching and support it offers. Shortlisted submissions will receive guidance and feedback with Head of Design Maximilian Missoni, Polestar designers and sustainability lead.

 

 

Categories:

The contest features both student and professional categories, with initial designs submitted in the form of sketches or digital images. Designs should display new ways of thinking that could encourage positive change in society, including responses to the ongoing climate crisis. The progressive theme should be evident in the designs.

 

 

Prizes:

A unique prize awaits the winners, who will be flown to either Polestar Chengdu or Polestar Headquarters in Gothenburg, Sweden to attend the Polestar Design Exhibition, as well as to experience both the brand and the cars up close. The winning designs in each category will be brought to life as 1:5 scale models and an exhibition of the winning designs will then tour Polestar Spaces around the world.

 

To aid in their continued development as designers, winners will also receive a computer and tablet, along with a trophy.

 

 

Entry Fee:

No purchase or payment necessary to enter.

 

 

Registration Deadline:

30 June 2021

 

 

cash prize award: $ 0.00 USD

click here for call for entries
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