[Projects to be submitted by 15 August] Creative think tank Be Open has launched its ‘humanitarian’ contest aimed at designers aged between 18 and 30 years old
Following contests in Milan and Basel designers, up-and-coming architects, artists and designers are now invited to propose new solutions and technologies to current issues.
Entries are welcome in five categories from urban improvements, objects in industrial design, multimedia works and a category for entries not fitting the previous options.
A fifth category welcomes solely architecture projects which are ‘considered unique’.
The winner will take home a £7,800 grant to produce a prototype or part of the winner’s project.
Projects to be submitted by 15 August
Shortlisted entries will be selected 25 August
An awards ceremony will take place 23 September