Design Competition for students of the Institute of Design

Award Winners of the Design Challenge

On May 3rd, an international jury announced the winners of the Glacier Music Design Challenge. The competition was organized by the Institute of Design in Berlin, Hamburg and Düsseldorf. From an impressive set of submissions, an international jury selected the works of Christina Heidl (1. prize) and Fabian Rüther (1. prize) as well as the joint work of Julia Hochbrügge und Johannes Guldner (3. prize). The winners will travel to the Glacier Music Festival in Tashkent in Uzbekistan. The awarded works will form part of the Glacier Music exhibition. The works, biographical data and additional noteworthy works can be found here:


1. Prize

Christina Heidl

IN.D. Berlin / Communications Design

CONCEPT OF THE SUBMITTED WORK
The world’s glaciers supply us with the water that each plant, each animal and each human need to survive. If we are careful stewards of our environment, we will be able to protect this valuable good. However, we are in the process to destroy the glaciers. To avoid further damage, we have to act now and protect mother nature. More ...


1. Prize

Fabian Rüther

IN.D. Berlin / Kommunikationsdesign

CONCEPT OF THE SUBMITTED WORK
To inform is not enough. We have to act. It is important to participate and help to communicate the problem of the melting glaciers. More ...


3. Prize

Julia Hochbrügge and Johannes Guldner

IN.D. Hamburg / Communications Design

CONCEPT OF THE SUBMITTED WORK
It was important to us to visualize complex information in an interesting and intuitive manner to raise awareness for the problem of glacier melting. The graphic should communicate the problem, should trigger thought and concern without patronizing the viewer. More ...



Further works

    Glacier Music Festival in Central Asia

    18 May to 16 June 2013

    In early summer 2013, the Glacier Music project sponsors festivals in Bishkek, Dushanbe, Almaty and Tashkent.

    IN.D Institute of Design

    International Private School of Design and Communication