Are you a design activist creating innovative design while promoting equity? Are you using healthy materials and addressing climate change? Parsons Healthy Materials Lab is hosting the 6th annual Role Models Contest to award design innovations for material use that have no negative impact on the planet. This global contest, open to current students in all disciplines, is looking for the next healthy design role model. Submissions are due on May 17th, 2021 and the grand prize winner receives $1,000 USD and extensive media coverage. Submit here.
1 April 2021
10 March 2021
Berlin calls. Agencies, professionals and young designers worldwide are invited to submit their best work for the UX Design Awards 2021. #UXDA21 will comprise four competition categories: Product, Concept and Vision for the professional sector as well as from 2020, the “New Talent” Award is aimed at up-and-coming designers: students and graduates are eligible to enter their bachelor and master projects.
24 February 2021
Theme of the competition is to create an animated poster showcasing an issue or a bright site of equality in todays world. Show that your believes can criticise problem of equality in world we’re living now, believes that can improve something important to you. Animated poster can show your support, it can also be a protest to a much bigger matter.
15 February 2021
Lunawood Urban Challenge 2021 calls on all architecture and design students to re-imagine and redesign urban environments by using Lunawood Thermowood. The participant chooses an existing non-renewable urban space to redesign by embracing the possibilities of Lunawood Thermowood. Entrants can freely implement their wildest dreams and imagination to create a more natural – yet still modern – environment for urban people.
12 February 2021
11 February 2021
10 February 2021
‘GENSAI’ refers to the mitigation of damage or casualties caused by disasters. This competition has been held annually since 2011, seeking ideas and designs to promote ‘GENSAI’, the disaster mitigation. For this 10th year, the theme is “Gensai design in the age of living with COVID-19”, given that our world is now facing this crisis from the viewpoint of disaster mitigation.