2018 Fall Call for Student Entries
After reviewing entries from across the country, Cooper Hewitt is pleased to announce the selected projects to be displayed in The Road Ahead: Reimagining Mobility exhibition. This Call for Student Entries design challenge asked the questions, how might automation change the mobility of people, goods, and services? Congratulations to the selected projects.
Arizona State University, AZ
Tian Wei Li & Yujie Wang
Jet Stream Catcher
Harvard University, MA
University of Michigan, MI
John Almeida, Michael Daniel, James D’orazio & Jared Torres
Kean University, NJ
Sarah Strickler, Claire Kantner, Sara Tieu, Ian Yu & Cecilia Zhao
Future of Food Transportation
University of Washington, WA
ABOUT THE SHOWCASE OF STUDENT PROJECTS ON MOBILITY
Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum invites undergraduate and graduate–level university students to join the premier showcase of student projects in proposing design solutions reimagining the future of mobility.
All accepted entries will be on display in Cooper Hewitt’s Barbara and Morton Mandel Design Gallery between December 14, 2018-March 31, 2019. Accepted students will receive free admission to the Mobility Exhibition Symposium on the evening of February 25, 2019 and will present their ideas to a panel of experts on the morning of February 25, 2019.
THE DESIGN CHALLENGE
How might automation change the mobility of people, goods, and services?
This call for submissions of student work encourages designs that reimagine landscapes, streetscapes and the way people, goods, and services will move in a new age of connected and transformational mobility.
Excited to get involved? Learn more about the 2018 Call for student projects and get started on your design!