The deadline for the 2013 Core77 Design Awards program draws ever nearer—March 15th to be exact—so if you need any further incentive to submit your work for consideration, perhaps seeing our star-studded lineup of jury members will inspire a renewed sense of urgency. We're in the final stages of organizing the full list of 70+ designers, thinkers and doers—four or more experts in each of the 17 categories—and each team is taking on impressive shape.
Hand-picked by our previously-announced Jury Captains, the jury teams hail from NYC, San Francisco, London, Paris, Milan, Cape Town, Mexico City and Shanghai, to name just a few of the judging locations. Core77 has invited luminaries in each of the categories to select a group of colleagues with whom they will review your entries. Each team has graciously offered their time—not to mention their collective experience and expertise—to judge the projects, and we trust that they share our commitment to recognizing superlative work.
Of course, we're looking forward to bringing even more of the best new design work to their attention, and practicing designers and students alike are encouraged to put their best foot forward and enter today. Without further ado, the Core77 Design Awards is pleased to present our current roster of jury leads and their teams for 2013:
Navigate to a specific category:
» Furniture & Lighting
» Interiors & Exhibitions
» Visual Communication
» Social Impact
» Educational Initiatives
» Strategy & Research
» Writing & Commentary
» DIY » Food
» Consumer Products (TBA)
» Equipment (TBA)
» Soft Goods (TBA)
*denotes Jury Captain
These are the experts and industry leaders you want reviewing and critiquing your work so prepare your finest work and submit it to the Core77 Design Awards today!
The Core77 Design Awards proudly offers 17 progressive categories honoring the richness of the design profession and its practitioners. From Consumer Products to DIY, Service Design to Writing & Commentary, the Core77 Design Awards provides designers, researchers and writers a unique opportunity to communicate the intent, rigor and passion behind their efforts. We also offer 15 designated student sections within our 17 categories. And with globally distributed jury teams, the individuals who will be considering your work are expert practitioners in the field.