List Prize 2009
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Project “Intelligent Traffic Signs” won List Recognition Award 2009.

Cooperation Zurich-Vienna
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Together with students of the ZHDK Zurich, the University of Applied Arts (iD2) explored the ancient craftsmanship of watch making in Switzerland and felt this historic theme to be ready for a new perspective. Thus the title “PostWatch”.

Faustronics: From dreams to tools
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Essay by Prof. Dr. Hartmut Esslinger

First Prize at International CAT-iq Competition
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Conrad Kroencke, from ID2 won the first prize at the international CAT-iq Student Design Competition.

AXIS Magazine Featuring ID2
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AXIS , the influential Japanese design magazine has Hartmut Esslinger on the cover and ID2 inside. Several of our projects are featured in the November issue.

Chiron wins VDA Design Award
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Statement of the Jury: Street-rail combination with alternative engines like hub motor and an own tank that feeds the fuel cell- a bionic approach.
Common features are combined for a new design modell that has been lined out very well.


Createch Competition
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Five nominations and three times first prize at the Createch Competition for traffic-technology and creative industries!
Projects of students at the ID2-department won in three out of five categories at the first Createch ideas competition of the Austrian Ministery of Traffic, Innovation and Technology.

Electrolux 2008 Winner!
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Flatshare fridge sweeps Design Lab 2008 awards! Big thanks to all who voted for Flatshare and congrats to Stefan Buchberger. 

Discovering Nippon
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From the 6th to the 17th of September, 28 students, two staff members and Professor Esslinger are on a field trip to Japan. Hartmut Esslingers excellent connections to the Japanese design scene is delivering us an insight into companies like Toyota, Panasonic and Yamaha. Design agencies, designers and design universities are also on the schedule. Check out our “Reisetagebuch”.

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