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BraunPrize – International design competition


When it was established in 1968, the BraunPrize was Germany's first international competition to promote the work of young designers. Braun's commitment to this cause has been highly regarded by the design world and the design-aware public ever since. In sponsoring the BraunPrize, Braun seeks to highlight the importance of industrial design and innovative products and to promote ideas for consumer items which help people in all aspects of their daily lives.

The objective of the BraunPrize

The BraunPrize seeks to promote the work of designers from all over the world, to value the work of design schools and to help develop a greater appreciation of the factors and criteria which make for good product design. Furthermore, it serves to make the ingenuity and creativity of designers accessible to the public and to provide a link between designers and industry or potential clients.
BraunPrize – Event and exhibitions

BraunPrize event and exhibitions

The design competition concludes with the BraunPrize event and travelling exhibitions where the best entries will be presented.
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BraunPrize – Judging process

Judging process

The jury devotes a total of six days to the judging process, which is divided into three stages.
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BraunPrize – Why we promote design

Promoting design

Our everyday work at Braun teaches us that distinctive design is one of the keys to long-term success.
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The icsid (a partner of the International Design Alliance)
The icsid (a partner of the International Design Alliance) supports the BraunPrize since 1992, seen as a seal of quality for design competitions.
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