Impressions of the first exhibition and award ceremony at Tortona Design Week
Are you a design newcomer?
We take you to Milan!
The international ein&zwanzig competition is aimed at you! Design students and graduates! Talents and newcomers! Join us with innovative products and product ideas in the interior design and lifestyle sector.
Participation in the competition is free. Twenty-one products and product ideas will be honoured with awards and exhibited during the Tortona Design Week in Milan. As well as offering financial support for transport and travel, the German Design Council will support and promote the winners with extensive marketing measures.
What the German Design Council offers you!
The German Design Council is an international centre of excellence for design. With the ein&zwanzig competition, it provides design students and graduates with a platform to present themselves effectively
to the public. The high-calibre jury drawn from the fields of economics and design honours those who will be presenting their works in Milan to an international audience. Moreover, winners will benefit from a
comprehensive service and support package, which the German Design Council provides to young, up-and-coming designers.
Congratulations to all designers who made it into the Shortlist of the competition ein&zwanzig 2017!
What is happening right now?
The competition ein&zwanzig is telling a lot of stories. Share your impressions with us and the world and post them with comments in a social network with the hashtag #einundzwanzigmilan
Jury members 2017
product design studio
Germany, United Kingdom
Daniera ter Haar, Christoph Brach
Scholten & Baijings
German Design Council
ULI BUDDE DESIGN OFFICE
Exhibition in Milan
The winners of the competition have been presented in Milan in the context of the Tortona Design Week from 04 - 09 April 2017.
The Hamburg-based design studio Besau Marguerre came up with the exhibition design for the presentation of the winners of the international next-generation competition 'ein&zwanzig'.
Here you will find impressions of the exhibition.