Design for what Matters: BraunPrize 2018 | WS 2017/2018

Designproject 3. & 5. Semester BA
Extra project for the ‚Wir stellen uns vor projekten‘ von Prof. Ineke Hans

Dates: 7 Nov. 2017 – 14 Febr 2018

LB Philipp von Lintel
Prof. Ineke Hans

• Visit Braun Sammlung and Braun Design Offices in Kronberg im Taunus
• Visit independently: Braun Sammlung Berlin

Participating students:
Ayuri Tsunoda, Bastian Thürich, Ayosha Kortlang, Sarah Sekles, Jodie Bécard, Elise Mattisson Chue, Katharina Bellinger, Merlin Everding, Shao Chuan Lin


The International Competition for Product Design Concepts
The BraunPrize 2018 challenges creative minds to envision design concepts that matter. Our world is becoming increasingly complex – our focus should be on what is essential, on creating truly better solutions and experiences. By taking on global problems or simply improving the quality of individual lives, we want to encourage innovation that can be virtual or physical, scientific or technical, or that changes our behavior for the better. Awards will go to exceptional ideas and product design concepts – two or three dimensional, including interactive – that offer progress and improvement, that are significant, substantial, and meaningful: design for what matters.

End of project: Final submission date for Braunprize is 20th Mar, 2018. Free entry, prize money $ 75.000, more info:

Update September 2018:
Exactly 3087 entries from 107 countries were submitted for this 20th edition of the Braun Prize competition… Bastian Thürich’s project made it to the Braun Prize longlist of 50 best projects!