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Professional category


Mohammadreza Shahmohammadi

Bath manufactured in an elastic material that allows its molding to obtain the required shape and size. It may therefore be adapted to any space and can store less amount of water. It also features a locking system that avoids the drowning of children when it is not in use. Patrik Schumacher has especially valued “the simplicity, elegance and innovation of the proposal, able to solve three problems: the excessive water consumption, the lack of space in homes and the drowning of children in the bath”.


Student category


Denis Lara Molina

This is a sterilizer that decontaminates the hands of users by means of a short wave frequency light, very similar to UV light, which is already used in other fields to purify water and air. This solution achieves total hygiene both in the domestic and public environments. Apart from its originality, Valentin Vodev has highlighted its social purpose: “This is an intelligent proposal that may contribute to the solution of the hygiene problem in public spaces, and can be implemented  and scaled for a global use”


Sustainability Prize


Michał Hondo & Kinga Grzybowska

Shower made up of two extendible screens that unfold from a column that can adapt to any bathroom space. It integrates a dehumidifier that transforms steam into water, which is stored in that same column to be reused afterwards. Benedetta Tagliabue and Josep Congost have presented the 6.000€ award to the winning designers. Tagliabue has valued “the easy adaptation of the project to different spaces and its sustainable character, which provides a second life to the most valuable resource we have: water”.