Student Design Awards commended entries 2019-20
Brief 1: AI 100 - How might we use AI to support people to reach a happy, meaningful and productive one hundred year life?
Kipras Pasakinskas & Linas Staniukyna, National College of Art & Design, Dublin
Arin Jeong, Jihee Ahn & Jisu Park
Hongik University, Seoul, South Korea
Anouk Dijkman, Brunel University London.
Brief 2: Cultivating Community - How might we reimagine common spaces to build diverse communities through food?
Tom Lloyd-Davies, University of Plymouth
Project: Communal Tableware
Georgia Holden, Lincoln University
Brief 3: Make fashion circular - How might we use circular design principles to innovate the way we produce, use and access everyday clothing items?
Nalinee Netithammakorn, De Montfort University
Lauren Cooper, Edinburgh Napier University
Project: Bundle of Joy
Yihan Dong, University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins
Brief 4: Healthy Routes - How might we make active travel accessible to the ageing population that will, in turn, make it better for all?
Togo Kida, Hane Roh, Mitsue Guerrero-Monsalve, Yash Bhutada, Harvard University.
Dan Sawford, De Montfort University
Project: Improved Pedestrian Crossing
Brief 5: Branching out - How might we harness broad-leaved woodlands and their resources to increase their local economic, social and environmental value?
Pritpal Chana, University of Nottingham
Eusebiu Gherghina, Leeds Beckett University
Project: A Wooden Case
Helena Buckoke, Brunel University London
Project: STEM ideas
Brief 7: Just About Managing - How might we enable households and families to be more economically secure?
James Rhodes, Northumbria University
Project: Countdown Cashcow
Matty Hodgkins, Loughborough University
Brief 8: Dignity in displacement - How might we support displaced individuals to find hope, dignity and safety to rebuild their lives?
Afaf Ali, Northumbria University
Brief 9: Moving Pictures - Conceive and produce an animation to accompany one of the two selected audio files that will clarify, energise and illuminate the content.
Yunjae Woo, Prague College, Teeside University
Project: Power of Designers
Kelsie Baird & Anna MacKenzie, Edinburgh Napier University
Project: Moves and Counter Moves