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  • Corien PompeSerife CelebiFriederike Plock-GirmannRosella GuascoZuzanna SkalskaMartin BremerTisha JohnsonAnouk Groen
  • Corien Pompe

    Initiator & Chairman  mo>eaward

    Global Lead Trend Lab & Material  Innovation

    Philips Design Health Tech.

     

    Corien Pompe (graduated Design Academy Eindhoven) has been working for more than 30 years in significant positions and wide interdisciplinary network within Volvo Cars Product Design Department both in the Netherlands as in Gothenburg, Sweden in the area of ​​Color, Material & Finishes and Interior design. In recent years, she acted on Strategic level as responsible for Future Lab & Innovation - generating, evolving and Implementing cross-functional business opportunities, concepts, strategies, material development and meaningful system solutions for future car models and experiences based upon the intrinsic brand values. As from march she adds her expertise to Philips Design Health Tech where she is in the lead of the Trend Lab & Material Innovation team that supports Philips in its vision to make the world healthier and more sustainable through innovation.

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  • Serife Celebi

    Serife Celebi
    Supervisor Colour and Material Design, Ford of Europe

    Serife joined Ford of Europe’s Colour and Material Design team in the year 2000 and has since been involved in the creative process of regional and global vehicles deriving from Europe. Working in a multicultural team in the Ford Design Studio in Cologne, Germany, where she is based, and also with colleagues in studios across the world, Serife is particularly interested in the quality of materials used and the innovative technologies that bring them to life.

    Following her passion for textiles and fashion, she studied textile design at the University of Hanover and London, with a special focus on embroidery and knitting.
    Still today, Serife gains great inspiration from the worlds of fashion, art and design.

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  • Friederike Plock-Girmann

    Head of Design Lifestyle & Performance Volkswagen AG

    responsible for the specific top models of VW,
    exterieur, interieur, color & trim, logos
    and the lifestyle accessories collections.
    Motorsport cars including teamwear and Individualisation
    "Volkswagen R-GmbH" are also under her responsibility.

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  • Rosella Guasco

    Born in Turin in 1969 and graduated in Architecture at Politecnico, Turin in 1994, Rossella Guasco, after a period as university assistant, joins Lancia Style Center as a color and trim designer after one year stage at Fiat design.

    The main color and trim projects during the Lancia experience are the concept cars Dialogos and Nea and the production car Lancia Thesis. She explores innovative materials and technologies and she contributes to identify a new aesthetical language for Lancia brand.

    In the 2001 she becomes material Lab Responsible inside the Advanced Design Center for Fiat group and she works on the concept Trepiuno inspired by the icon of the old “cinquecento” and precursor of the future Fiat 500.

    She works on the research of new concept ideas, new materials and on many other projects that will come later in production.

    In the 2004 she comes back to the Fiat Style Center and she works in a tight cooperation with the Fiat and Lancia Brand Promotion on special series, limited editions, accessories, merchandising and interior-exterior spaces design and architecture.

    The main projects in this period are Fiat Oltre, Panda multieco, Panda Aria, Panda Dainese, Ducato Truckster, Lancia Y Versus.

    From the 2008 she is the Head of the Color and Material Style Center. She drives a young and feminine team and she works on the definition of an aesthetical and material language for every brand of Fiat group: Fiat, Fiat Professional, Abarth, Alfa Romeo, Lancia and Maserati

    She and her team defines the color and trim of every project of the group for the concept cars as Alfa 4C and  Maserati Kubang, special versions as 500 Barbie, 500 Gucci, 500 Blackjack, Color Therapy, 500 Riva, Y elle , Musa 5th Avenue, Panda kway, Quattroporte Zegna and production cars as Alfa Romeo Giulietta, 4C, Giulia, Stelvio, Lancia New Y, Fiat Panda and Fiat 500L, 500x, new 500, 124 Spider and Tipo family, Ghibli and Levante Maserati.

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  • Zuzanna Skalska

    Born in Warsaw, Poland has been living in The Netherlands since 1991. After the graduation in 1998, Zuzanna began her career as a Sensorial Trend Analyst at Philips Design later in 2001, joined VanBerlo design consultancy where she was full-time trendwatcher for wide scope industrial design products innovation. 

    Since 2007 Skalska operates under the 360Inspiration label. Based in The Netherlands, the 360Inspiration company is a trans-disciplinary trend research platform for business, industry, government and education. Zuzanna visits more than 25 international most influential professional trade fairs, conferences and network’s meeting a year. 

    Since 2003, Skalska takes place in the organization of the annual Dutch Design Week Eindhoven as well lecturing at the Technical University Eindhoven (TU/e), lectures at Poland’s leading design management program at the SWPS University and is a visiting fellow at Parsons New School of Design in NYC. Together with Li Edelkoort and Piotr Voelkel she is co-founder of the School of Form in Poznań, Poland. 

    In addition, to the numerous inspirational lecture’s, trends workshops and masterclasses on innovation she gives, Zuzanna is also often invited to deliver keynote addresses all over the world.

    Skalska is a winner of a various design awards, member of a jury at various international design awards, speaker, writer, TV-show co-maker, journalist and a blogger.

    Visit her website 

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  • Martin Bremer

    Leitung Corporate Design Strategie &

    Digital Interieur Entwurf

     

    In 1983 Martin Bremer finished school with the Abitur. From 1986 he studied “Transportation Design” at Pforzheim University for Design and finished with the degree “Diplom-Designer”. Afterwards he worked as Assistant to Professor Hans-Jürgen Lannoch and Professor James Kelly, Design courses Industrial- and Transportation Design. At Mazda European Representative Office in Oberursel he started as Junior Designer in 1982, where he became Senior Designer in 1994. This was followed by the position as Assistant to the chief Designer Arnold Ostle in Worthing and Seoul in 1996. Since 1997 he is working for Mercedes-Benz Design, where he became Head of the Colour and Trim department in 2004. 

     

    Since 2015  he has given responsability to all design issues concerning brand cooperation, corporate communication, retail architecture, display and corporate design

     


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  • Tisha Johnson

    Senior Design Director  

    Volvo's Monitoring and Concept Center in Camarillo

    She received her Bachelor of Science Degree in Industrial Design with an emphasis on Transportation Design from Art Center College of Design in 1999.

    She began designing interiors for Volvo Car Group upon graduation and spent the first 6 years of her career working at VMCC – Volvo Monitoring and Concept Center developing preproduction advanced concepts in a small multidisciplinary team located in Southern California.  While there she contributed design work to cars which included the S/V40, C30 and the C70.  She was also the lead designer for the interior of the 3CC drivable concept car.

    In 2007 she joined Milliken and Company and managed their advanced strategic work for a global team of designers across 5 studios located in Los Angeles, Spartangurg, London, Tokyo and Soul. She engaged car studios around the world helping to connect advanced material technologies with consumer needs in the automotive environment. 

    She eventually started a design consultancy, Trendviz Studio, and worked with car companies and suppliers throughout the industry.  Her company provided design research, color material programs, and business strategies which leveraged design expertise to communicate ideas.

    Tisha returned to Volvo in 2010 as Chief Interior Designer at VMCC. She is currently on assignment in Gothenburg Sweden managing the development of several production interiors and concept projects.

    Her interests include:  Surfing, Motorcycle riding, Cycling, and Yoga.  
    Her favourite quote:  “The best way to predict the future is to create it.”

    If cars hadn’t existed, she would have been: Motorcycle designer or surfboard shaper

    Favourite toy: Ducati Monster and my Becker surfboard

    Preferred tool: Stylus pen for Wacom or anything that gets the job done

     

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  • Anouk Groen

    Design Trend Forecaster / Inspirator / Consultant / Key note speaker on ‘Active & Sports” design trends.

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process

To make the process as efficient as possible the jury will meet virtually. Each juror scores each applicants work and a total score for each student is created. The applicants are then ranked according to their score, with the highest scoring work being seen by each of the participating studios. From there the winning submissions will be chosen and internships defined. Correspondence with the jury at any time during this process will not be appreciated.

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The jury will judge on

does it move us
does it make sense
innovation
authenticity

Next to this your virtual skills will be challenged in respect to your presentation.

2017 winners

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