International and Independent Category Winners 2021-22

Posted by Elysia Thorpe on June 24 2022

Design Ventura

This week the Design Ventura team announced the winners of the International and Independent Category from the shortlisted schools.

Each school submitted a 3 minute video pitch, which was reviewed by this year’s judging panel to choose a winner.

Third Place:

American Community School with Soaprise

Soaprise is a product deigned to encourage children to wash their hands. The design idea is to have a small toy in the centre of the soap as an incentive for children to wash your hands and reveal the toy inside.

American Community School product Logo
American Community School Student Tram

Second Place:

Merchant Taylors School, England, with RMP: Recycled Music Products

RMP is a unique, innovative jewellery design made out of old vinyl records, fitting into this years design museum brief to be inspired by our senses, taking something you use to listen and made it into something you can wear.

Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School Prototype, RMP: Recycled Music Products
Merchant Taylors’ Girls’ School Student Team

First Place:

St. Andrews International School, Bangkok with Dino Plant

Dino plant is a recycled seed paper based origami set, that will bring fun and creativity to children and teens without the use of an electronic device! Once the origami has been folded to desired iconic shape, it can then be planted, watered and will grow into a plant.

St. Andrews International School Prototype product, Dino Plant
Product Logo
Leah Skellam (Teacher) and Roo Stenning (Head of High School) with the student team

Well done teams!