2016 Grand Prix Winner

AGAR PLASTICITY

Designer AMAM

At Lexus, we strive to develop products and services by anticipating the needs of people and society.

AGAR PLASTICITY is a project exploring how agar, a gelatinous material obtained from marine algae, can be used as an environmentally friendly packaging material alternative to plastic.

DESIGNER
AMAM

KOSUKE ARAKI, NORIAKI MAETANI, AKIRA MURAOKA

AMAM is a design group formed in 2015 by Kosuke Araki, Noriaki Maetani and Akira Muraoka who studied at Product Design Department, Tama Art University during same period. Also, Araki (Design Products) and Maetani (Innovation Design Engineering) have acquired MA at Royal College of Art in the same year.

Mentor Max Lamb

2016 PROTOTYPE WINNERS
PROTOTYPE WINNERS
DADA

DADA is a block toy which can be freely combined using bands, holes, and pegs to stimulate each child's imagination.

Designer Myungsik Jang

PROTOTYPE WINNERS
SHAPE SHIFTERS

Shape Shifters is a special cut of garment, applying modular principles to textiles, which allows creating different outfits.

Designer Angelene Laura Fenuta

PROTOTYPE WINNERS
TRACE

Trace is a clock that uses a liquid with UV rays and discoloration properties, allowing us to visualize the passing time.

Designer Begum Ayaskan, Bike Ayaskan

2016 PANEL FINALISTS

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