Hansgrohe Design Prize 2015 by IF - DESIGN COMPETITIONS FOR STUDENTS

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Student Design competition titled Hansgrohe Design Prize 2015 by IF is calling for entries. Below you can find all details about this design competition:

For the fifth time, the Hansgrohe Design Prize 2015 is calling for entries. Students, graduates and young designers from different design disciplines are invited to enter their visionary concepts on the special theme "Efficient Water Design: Small Space – Big Shower Pleasure".


You can register your entries in four different categories:

Bathroom / Wellness
Survival + Emergency / Eco Solutions
Print Media
Digital Media

Furthermore there are five fields of change, the "trend roots", which they have developed in cooperation with the Trendbüro in Munich. They indicate a change in society that the entry is most likely to achieve. When registering, every entry has to be assigned to one discipline and to one trend root:

Social Change
Cultural Change
Economic Change
Ecological Change
Technological Change

Every participant can register as many entries as he likes (but registering the same entry twice, e.g. in different categories, is not allowed).

There is no entry fee for this competition. Projects should not be older than two years by the time they are submitted. In addition to projects by individual designers, works by small teams of designers with no more than 4 team members will also be accepted.

It's free to enter!

Who can enter?

Students and graduates (if you graduated no more than two years ago at the time of registration) from all over the world are welcome to submit their entries.


The jury decides how the total prize money of EUR 5,000 approximatly USD 6,375 will be distributed among the winners as recognition.

Call For Entries Info

For all further informations about the Hansgrohe Design Prize 2015 by IF or to submit your works visit the following official website:


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