Hansgrohe Prize for design ideas related to the sustainable use of water.
India, July 2016. This year’s competition for the Hansgrohe Prize for design ideas related to the sustainable use of water has been successfully concluded. Students and young designers from 24 countries submitted 364 creative ideas for “Efficient Water Design: Digitalizing the Modern Bathroom”. This is the sixth time young designers have been invited to compete for the Hansgrohe Prize held in conjunction with the international iF Concept Design Award competition.
First place went to Rok Kostanjšek from Slovenia who was thrilled to receive prize money amounting to EUR 2,000 for his “Stingray” design inspired by the eponymous ocean ray. Second place and EUR 1,500 in prize money went to the “Lumen” shower concept from Sweden inspired by the sun. The “Voda” water consumption app from Finland, the “Mono” shower unit from Germany and the digital “eH2O” water tap from Romania each received EUR 500 in prize money. EUR 2,000 prize Idea: Stingray | Mixer Design: Rok Kostanjšek University: Academy of Fine Arts and