FUJITSU design award 2011 competition results
FUJITSU design award 2011 competition results FUJITSU design award 2011 competition results
jun 08, 2011

FUJITSU design award 2011 competition results

grand prize winner ‘the aid’ design by egle ugintaite from lithuania

the winners of our designboom competition ‘a life with future computing’ organized in collaboration with FUJITSU were officially announced and published on april 30th, 2011.

3354 designers from 99 countries participated – one overall winner was selected, two runners-up – one each from each the ‘lifebook’ and life-design’ categories were chosen, and seven judge’s special awards were issued.

the jury was composed of: nobuo otani, corporate senior vice resident Fujitsu, JAPAN, kimitaka kato,  Fujitsu design president, JAPAN, ross lovegrove, designer, UK, ma yansong, MAD architects, architect, CHINA, gwenael nicolas, curiosity, architect, JAPAN, toshiyuki inoko, IT Innovator, JAPAN, birgit lohmann, chief editor of designboom

these are the winners: grand prize winner‘the aid’ design by egle ugintaite from lithuania

‘lifebook’ category winner‘crowd’ design by philipp schaake from germany

‘life-design’ category winner‘integral cord’ design by raphael lang + yu-lin hou + chan wing tak from germany

judge’s special awards:‘anderson’ design by ma yiwei + tao ying from china – awarded by ross lovegrove – ‘the haunted mountain’ design by lou xiaoyu from france – awarded by ma yansong – ‘river runs through city’ design by chikara ohno from japan – awarded by birgit lohmann – ‘lifebook frame series’ design by florian langer + patrick decker from germany – awarded by gweneal nicolas – ‘smile cup’ design by nikita mokhirev from estonia – awarded by toshiyuki inoko – ‘the total recall agent’ design by shohei nakamura + moon hwan lee + oung wook jung from south korea and japan – awarded by nobuo otani – ‘ecopad’ design by yonggu do + jun-se kim + eun-ha seo from south korea – awarded by kimitaka kato

now, the full round-up of the ‘lifebook’ category shortlisted entries and ‘life-design’ category shortlisted entries have been revealed.

‘lifebook’ category winner ‘crowd’ design by philipp schaake from germany

see all the shortlisted entries from the ‘lifebook’ category

‘life-design’ category winner ‘integral cord’ design by raphael lang + yu-lin hou + chan wing takfrom germany

see all the shortlisted entries from the ‘life-design’ category

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