The 2021 Core77 Design Awards Speculative Design category honors physically or digitally produced projects designed for the purpose of cultural commentary, intervention, or exploration, or created as speculative design for a client or educational institution. Examples include future scenarios and social critique.
This year’s Core77 Design Awards Speculative Design team was led by Deepa Butoliya, Assistant Professor at the Stamps School of Art & Design at the University of Michigan. Joining Deepa on the panel was Ti Chang, Co-founder at Crave, Veronica Ranner, Designer, Artist and Ph.D. Candidate at Royal College of Art and Laura Forlano, Associate Professor of Design at the Institute of Design.
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The Speculative Design honorees are as follows:
Speculative Design Award Honorees
By Shihan Zhang, Qinqin Yang
What If Health…
By Design Institute for Health
By Jude Pullen
By Aishwarya Janwadkar
Student Runner Up
Internet of Mycelium
By Helen Chen
Student Runner Up
By Jose Chavarría
By Tsai, Yi-Ting & Kao, Ying-Han
Invisible Value Income Program
By Amaan Khan, Guoxing Song, Jing Qian, Kotoko Kimura, Zhiyuan Zheng
Congratulations to all of this year’s honorees! You can view the honorees in all 18 categories on the Core77 Design Awards website.
Check out all the 2021 Core77 Design Awards honorees by category:
Built Environment | Commercial Equipment | Consumer Technology | Design Education Initiative | Design for Social Impact | Furniture & Lighting | Health & Wellness | Home & Living | Interaction | Packaging | Personal Accessory | Service Design | Speculative Design | Sports & Recreation | Strategy & Research | Tools & Work | Transportation | Visual Communication