The "Best of the Best" award went to Laia Millan’s "Ikigai" project: an intelligent mirror to help people with dementia
There are already 24 short-listed projects for the tenth edition of jumpthegap®, which will award prizes to ideas for the bathroom space that contribute to sustainable development. Based on this first selection, the jury will choose the winners in each category and the Best of the Best of the competition.
The concept of “future” has changed. Today, we face crucial challenges as individuals and as a society, to which we must respond in an agile and effective manner and with a global vision. Starting with its 10th edition, jumpthegap® proposes its participants the challenge of developing creative solutions that respond to the goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development.
All five awarded ideas integrate functionality, design and feasibility by means of solutions especially focused on reducing the risk of contagion in public spaces. The theme of the competition was to give credit to innovative ideas around sanitation, hygiene and wellbeing in an environment deeply affected by COVID-19.
The editions held so far (eight standard ones and this pandemic special) have brought together 26,500 participants from 150 countries.