From “Michelin Challenge Design” to “Movin’On Challenge Design”

Did you know that in 2020 Michelin Challenge Designbecame Movin’On Challenge Design? Its affiliation with Movin’On, the world’s leading ecosystem for sustainable mobility, quickly became an obvious choice. The aim of the competition is to foster innovation among the brightest minds from the world of design and to recognize innovative projects focusing on tomorrow’s sustainable mobility. Today, Movin’On Challenge Design has a rich, 20-year history and has received a total of 14,700 entries since its inception, from 134 countries.  

The winner of the 2022 edition is...

This year, artists, designers, engineers, architects, city planners and creatives worldwide, were invited to enter around the theme, “Delivered”. The aim being to design a mobility solution to provide essential services in a safe, efficient and sustainable way; in other words, bringing people what they need. This issue is more relevant than ever when we consider that nearly 30% of the world’s population lives outside urban centers and an equal number reside in economically depressed urban areas with sub-standard infrastructure. 



The members of the international jury of the 2022 edition have just rendered their verdict and have awarded the 1st prize to the AGORA concept, created by a team of four industrial design engineers, senior students, plus a professional graphic designer. 


Focusing on access to culture, the team's AGORA project draws its inspiration from Article 27 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights: "Everyone has the right freely to participate in the cultural life of the community, to enjoy the arts and to share in scientific advancement and its benefits. The AGORA concept thus plans to allow the most significant number of people to experience cultural and entertainment spaces in the flesh.  

To find out more and to discover the 2nd and 3rd place winners:

A look back at the winner of the 2021 edition

2021 – “Respect:  Ending isolation and conquering the mobility divide” 

American entrant, Drew Spahn’s "Crosswing" concept, which turns a prosthetic leg into a skateboard either for recreation or as a means of transport. 

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