This year marks the 10th anniversary of the Big Bang, the symbol of Hublot’s rebirth and an undoubted emblem of creativity and innovation. Hublot celebrates by launching a new award to recognize talented, young designers of tomorrow.
The Hublot Design Prize provides an opportunity for young, independent designers to assert themselves through their creations, and to gain much-deserved public recognition. The prize will go to the one who distinguishes him or herself with boldness and creativity.
To claim the prize, the winning designer must impress a panel of judges composed of world-renowned experts in the field of contemporary design: Pierre Keller, Lapo Elkann, Ronan Bouroullec, Marva Griffin Wilshire and Professor Dr. Peter Zec. The winner will be announced in June, and the prize will be presented during Tokyo Design Week in October.
The members of the Hublot Design Prize Panel of Judges are:
Pierre Keller, Head Judge
Former Director of the Lausanne University of Art and Design (ECAL), he is also Chairman of the Board at the Centre for Contemporary Art in Geneva (CAC).
Marva Griffin Wilshire
Founder and Curator of the Salone Satellite, she is also the International Press Director of Milan’s Furniture Fair (Il Salone del Mobile Milano), the part of the fair dedicated to showcasing designers under the age of 35.
Born in Brittany, he is a rising star in European design and one of the most promising industrial designers in France.
Born in New York, this Italian entrepreneur and design expert is the former marketing manager for Fiat Automobiles and the Fiat Group. He is currently the Chairman of LA Holding, Italia Independent and Independent Ideas.
Professor Dr. Peter Zec
Founder and President of the Red Dot Design Award. For 25 years, Peter Zec has worked as a design consultant, collaborating with numerous companies worldwide. He has authored several books on brands and design, and he is also the editor of the Red Dot Design Yearbook and the International Yearbook Communication Design.