And the winner is…

The award ceremony took place in connection to the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair February 10 februari 2016.

prisadfärg_2015_NeilharbissonThe  ceremony was opened by a key note  speech by New York based contempory artist och cyborg Neil Harbisson  dressed in the colours of the Swedish flag. Harbisson was born completely colour blind, but an antenna attached to his head turns colours into audible frequencies. Instead of seeing a world in grayscale, Harbisson can hear a symphony of colours — and even listen to faces and paintings.

prisadfårg2015_1pris1st prize: ”Reclaiming all the cool colors”  by Felicia Andersen, Jennie Bergman och David Fjällström, Chalmers university

The 85 year old of the future  would like to be cool, even if he or she is in need of for example a walker. Colourful disability aids also makes it easier for  people with dementia to remember to use their aids.

Take a look at the proposal (in Swedish)
ReclaimingAllTheCoolColors

 

prisadfärg_2015_2pris2nd prize: ”Preschool in new colour dress” by Petra Kågerman,  Konstfack Collage of Art.
Take a look at Petra Kågerman´s proposal (In Swedish)
Petra Kågerman

 

 

 

 

 

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3rd: prize ” Swedish colours color Swedes”  by Erik Nyström,  Beckmans designskola.
Take a look at Erik Nyström´s proposal (in Swedish)
Erik.Nystrom