'design for all' competition results
 
'design for all' competition results 'design for all' competition results
sep 03, 2010

'design for all' competition results

SHORTLIST DESIGN COMPETITION

deadline for submission of entries : july 13th, 2010 published september 03rd, 2010

theme: design for all see the call for entries the jury was composed of: 1. werner aisslinger, industrial designer 2. ben van berkel, UNSTUDIO, architect 3. oskar zieta, industrial designer 4. birgit lohmann, editor-in-chief designboom see the complete jury here

organized by designboom, in collaboration with seoul design foundation

5175 designers from 103 different countries participated. —————————————————————————

and the winners are

1st prize – golden haechi prize

copy_13_1111.jpg hotliner design by : heather yonggu do + sukhoon hong + eunha seo from korea

2nd prize – (3 ex-equo) silver haechi prize

xxx.gif put full of light into windows design by : yujin cho + lee yu jin + kim jun se from korea

2nd prize – (3 ex-equo) silver haechi prize

copy_452_icon_1.jpg windvane in subway design by : oksana bazanova from russia

2nd prize – (3 ex-equo) silver haechi prize

copy_140_icon_01.jpg braille tape design by : kukil han from korea

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

wet.jpg bottle cap sharpener design by : yuchen liu from china

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

copy_9_untitled1_copy.jpg traffic light design by : li ming hsing from korea

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

binpan_kawamuraganjavian_03_100.jpg binpan design by : pablo carrascal + ali ganjavian + key portilla-kawamura from spain

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

copy_465_icon_1.jpg live-with-birds design by : kim, jung-eun + lee, jung-hoon + lee, hyun-min han from korea

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

asasa.jpg wind tunnel design by : sinhyung cho + hong sun hye + ryu chan hyeon from korea

3rdprize – (6 ex-equo) bronze haechi prize

copy_1_hh.jpg handy scale design by : kilhyun baek from korea

see all the 230 shortlisted entries

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