Design Ventura Shortlist 2015

Posted by Emilie Harrak on September 20 2015

Design Ventura

We have had a record number of entries submitted to for Design Ventura judging this year, so congratulations and thank you to all Design Ventura schools that have completed the project and submitted an entry.

Our panel of shortlisting judges have selected the top entries from the 251 schools who registered to take part, the shortlisted schools will be invited to pitch their idea to a panel of judges here at the Design Museum in early December.

All schools that have submitted an entry will receive participation certificates in the post. The shortlisted schools will be contacted separately with details of the pitching event.

The Design Ventura top ten shortlisted schools for 2015 are…..

(in alphabetical order)

Caterham High School, Ilford

Domino Run

A landmark themed game based on the building aspect of traditional dominoes.

Central Foundation Boys’ School, London

Product ‘X’

Connective elements for creating sculptural forms from pencils and pens

Dame Alice Owens School, Potters Bar

Finish the Flipbook

Packaged in a souvenir tin, this kit gives you all you need to complete the flip-book stories in the books provided

Finchley Catholic High School, London

Wheelys

This product is a rubber band powered vehicle that is made from it’s packaging.

Orleans Park School, Twickenham

Tea Towel Trip Game

A game based on the move that the Design Museum will make to its new site in Kensington next year.

Park House School, Newbury

Plane-A-Pult

A DIY kit to make catapulting planes.

Royal Grammar School, Newcastle

Illusionate

Stencils for creating illusion shapes and repeating patterns for colouring in.

South Wilts Grammar School for Girls, Salisbury

Inflata-racers

Bugs that you attach to balloons to create a fun racing game.

The Hertfordshire & Essex High, Bishop’s Stortford

Tube-A-Long

A wooden pull-along toy in the form of a tube train.

Trinity Academy, Edinburgh

On the other hand

A puzzle game that encourages users to learn sign language.

 

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