Congrats to the winners and all of the finalists. There were so many unique solutions for this tough and impactful challenge. To pick the winners, the judges tested each of the finalists' submissions based on printing ease, creativity, reduction of material, and description of how the design will help. Congrats again to the winners and thanks to everyone who participated!
Jade's entry in the Art, Design, Architecture, Jewelry category is a unique lamp design that beautifully blends simple sophistication and a futuristic aesthetic comprised of a variety of pieces, that can be 3D printed. The shade is inspired by the simple clean spherical shape supported by a sweeping base to create a form that elegantly and warmly emits light and casts shadows in a unique way.
Jade Akim is a student at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in Barron, WI.
Karl Siismets is a student at Montville High School in Oakdale, CT.
Frederick Choi is a student at Bergen County Academies in River Vale, NJ.
Dylan Wunderlin is a student at Montville High school in Oakdale, CT.
Austin laitila is a student at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in Milwaukee, WI.
Natalia Polar is a student at Rzeszow University of Technology in Jaslo, Poland.
Peter Aagaard Carstensen is a student at The Danish Technological University in København, Denmark.
Allison Klosinski is a student at Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design in Milwaukee , WI.
Abegail Redelosa is a student at University of Visayas in Cebu, Philippines.