Congratulations To The Honorees Of The 2024 Core77 Design Awards

We’re proud to announce the results of the 2024 Core77 Design Awards! The winning projects showcase an incredibly wide range of subjects, materials, technologies, processes and approaches. We truly appreciate all the time and effort that went into these projects, as well as the expertise and consideration of our jury teams in their evaluation of all the entries.

Apps & Platforms

The winning Professional entry is ParaVerse, an app created by the Swiss Paraplegic Centre providing people with limited hand functions barrier-free access to the digital world, and the winning Student entry is a CODI | A Conversational User Interface (CUI) app designed for the Home Depot to aid DIYers in home improvement projects.

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Branding & Identity

The winning Professional entry is the identity system for Halsa, a personalized vitamin delivery service, by the design firm Shuka, and the winning Student entry is a new logo and identity system for the Fabric Museum, by Jocelyn Ziying Zhao at Art Center College of Design.

Built Environment

The winning Professional entry is TMC Helix Park, a 14.5 acre medical campus in downtown Houston by Mikyoung Kim Design, and the winning Student entry is the Power Pillar, an integrated EV charging station and load-bearing support structure designed by a team from the Ming Chi University of Technology & Tunghai University in Taiwan.

Commercial Equipment

The winning Professional entry is Aurora, a Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) system designed by Loft Design, and the winning Student entry is PullTag, a patient labeling tool for EMS workers designed by Zoë Shay-Tannas of The Ohio State University.

Consumer Technology

The winning Professional entry is the Meta Quest 3, a VR/MR headset and controllers from Meta, while the winning Student entry is Aware, a device that alerts runners to cars and bikes approaching from behind, designed by a team from Umeå Institute of Design.

Design for Social Impact

The winning Professional entry this year is Indigenizing Design, a framework for reorienting the Human Centered Design process to better support the teaching and learning of indigenous people and cultures. The project was a collective effort by Catapult Design, CahokiaPHX, Brian Skeet Design LLC, Indigenous Community Collaborative. The winning Student entry is Radicle, a seed sharing service focused on rare, heirloom, culturally significant, and endangered plant seeds designed by Noelle Antignano at the University of Washington.

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Emerging Technologies

The winning Professional entry is Elroy Air Chaparral, an autonomous vertical take off and landing (VTOL) aircraft that can deliver 300 lbs of cargo across a 300 mile range by Elroy Air, and the winning Student entry is Invisible, a 3D-printed flexible pressure-sensing structure, by a team at Beijing Institute Of Fashion Technology.

Furniture & Lighting

The winning Professional entry is Haworth Cardigan Lounge, a 100% recycled PET workspace lounge chair by Haworth Design Studio with Patricia Urquiola, and the winning Student entry is Polycycle Illumination, lamps crafted from upcycled plastic bags, by Xuanhao Li at Georgia Institute of Technology.

Gaming Accessories

The winning Professional entry is Nex Playground, an active game system created for families, designed by San Francisco-based design firm level.

Health & Wellness

The winning Professional entry is Aescape Robotic Massage System, the world’s first robotic massage table, by Whipsaw, and the winning Student entry is Liv, a labor training solution for refugee camps, by Jovan Vulic at Umea Institute of Design.

Home & Living

The winning Professional entry is Charlie, an induction range with an onboard battery, by Mitchell Heinrich, and the winning Student entry is FLIR Pure, an aid for cleaning fresh produce, by Indalecio Gaytán, Jinying Cheng at Umeå Institute of Design.

Interaction

The winning Professional entry is Met 81st Street Studio, a science and art play space for children, by Bluecadet, and the winning Student entry is Adæpt, a computer-access tool, by Zexi Ye at ArtCenter College of Design.

Lifestyle Accessories

The winning Professional entry is The Joyrolla Cart, a shopping cart, by Vert industrial Design House & Soft Serve Studio, and the winning Student entry is Scent Camera & Memory Station, an olfactory capture and playback device, by Yue Wang at Loughborough University.

Packaging

The winning Professional entry is Casa Amarillo, an agave distilled spirits brand, by Laurent Hainaut/ forceMAJEURE Design, and the winning Student entry is “MAY I?”, a cooperatively-opened condom package, by Kaiyuan Guan at Xi’an International Studies University.

Robotics

The winning Professional entry is Da Vinci 5, an integrated surgical platform, by Intuitive, and the winning Student entry is Agri Sense, an autonomous data collection system, by Heinrich Zaunschirm & Indalecio Gaytan at Umeå Institute of Design.

Speculative Design

The winning Professional entry is DataWagashi, a climate data edible confection, by VLab, and the winning Student entry is De.fault, a de-personalized recommendation engine, by Yoonbee Baek at School of Visual Arts.

Sports & Outdoors

The winning Professional entry is Yardsale, a magnetic modular ski pole, by Stellar Design, and the winning Student entry is aware, a proximity sensor for safer running, by Chuman(Rachel) Zhang, Nils Achenbach, Yuan Tian, Erik Ivarson at Umeå Institute of Design.

Sustainability

The winning Professional entry is Butlr, an anonymous people sensing platform, by Butlr, and the winning Student entry is Pyri, a low-cost wildfire detection system, by Blake Goodwyn, Karina Gunadi, Richard Alexandre and Tanghao Yu at Imperial College London & Royal College of Art.

Tools

The winning Professional entry is Zone Learn, a wired headset for classroom use, by Logitech Design, and the winning Student entry is CAPTR, a spatial crime scene investigation device, by Heinrich Zaunschirm at Umeå Institute of Design.

Toys & Play

The winning Professional entry is Clixo Mars Rovers Pack, a magnetic building toy, by Assaf Eshet, Sebastian Morales, Evan Cincotta and Yaron Barlev, and the winning Student entry is Airbit, a soft robotics development kit, by Xiaoling Lin, Dikai Yu, Hao Tan, Xiangyang Xin at Hunan University.

Transportation

The winning Professional entry is Scootility, a utility scooter for urban delivery, by Springtime Design, and the winning Student entry is Barn Buddies, a warehouse-sharing service platform, by Lin Yu-He, Chen Zih-Jin, Chuang Chu-An, and Wu Yi-Chen at Ming Chi University of Technology & National Taipei University of Education.

Visual Communication

The winning Professional entry is Dynamic Visual Wall for Unboxing Daxi Exhibition, a kinetic display, by Play Design Lab, and the winning Student entry is Deified, a book on the post–spectacle digital gaze, by Ze Feng at ArtCenter College of Design.

Autodesk Fusion Prize

The judges at Autodesk selected Adæpt as the winner of the Autodesk Fusion Prize for 2024. Adæpt is a computer-accessible tool enabling people with cerebral palsy to freely and independently access the digital world.

KeyShot Visualization Prize

The winner of the Keyshot Rendering Prize is CAPSULE, a reinvention of the bio/pharmaceutical manufacturing process using an extendable lab modules and streamlined supply chain systems and layouts. This project is a runner up in the Built Environment category.

Editor’s Choice

Exit The Rat Race is a speculative design project by Easton Nguyen for The Ohio State University questioning the habits of irrational spending in modern society. The project offers an inherent criticism of our capitalist system, as each piece calls into question various assumptions held and decisions made as we go about our daily life as consumers.

Source: core77

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