Konzepthaus Group is proud to sponsor the IAA Mobility Design Competition. 

Share with us your creative interpretations for the future of mobility and you could be presenting, your concepts to a room full of design experts and leaders from some of the top global mobility Companies, at the IAA Mobility Conference in Munich! 

The IAA has long been established as one of the world’s largest car shows, however this year, taking into account the latest trends about how people move from A to B, IAA is transforming from a car show to a 360° mobility platform. With a new name, IAA Mobility, in 2021 the conference will be held in Munich for the first time ever. 

As the key curation partner for Design, Konzepthaus Group are keen to provide a platform for designers everywhere to not only gain great exposure to leading design experts but also to be part of the event with our Designer conference and Designer night event. 

Nine lucky people will have the opportunity to take part! Mingle with industry insiders at our Designers Night, present your concept to a panel of leading design experts and soak up the atmosphere with tickets to the exhibition hall on the press days when you can get up close and personal with the cars exhibited! 

Design brief: 

To enter, pick one of the following three topics of the future of mobility, prepare your design concept and submit for your chance to win. 

Design brief concept 1:

Mobility in the City of the future

Imagine a city of the future and you are a city planner.  How will streets and places transform to make the future city an attractive living area?  How could different transport options for people co-exist (public, cars, e-scooters, pedal-powered vehicles)? 

Design brief concept 2:

Urban transportation of the future

What could urban transportation of the future look like? Can you re-imagine how all machines or services that move either people, goods or both could look like? You might think of cars, public transport, bikes, delivery vehicles, street scooters, ride-sharing vehicles, tramways, subway, unmanned drones, taxi-drones, or something completely different. 

Design brief concept 3:

Mobility UX / UI of the future

What could the complete user journey for travel look like in the future? What would be the best mobility, user experience in a city you are visiting over three days? Imagine you go visit friends, see an exhibition, browse some flea markets and dine out before travelling back home. How could UX/UI maximise your experience and guide you through your journey?

Prizes and Credits: 

The 1st Prize of each section will receive 

  • A trip to Munich valued at up to 1000 -EUR
  • Entry ticket into the IAA Exhibition on the press days 6th/7th Sept 2021 
  • The opportunity to present your concept at the “IAA Mobility Conference – Design“ in front of an audience of design experts and leaders from the Mobility industry
  • An invite to the Mobility Designer’s Night event, where you can mingle with key people from the mobility industry
  • A Mentoring session with an industry expert for one (1) hour duration

As 2nd place winner, you will receive 

  • Entry ticket into the IAA Exhibition on the press days 6th/7th Sept 2021 
  • An invite to the Mobility Designer’s Night event, where you can mingle with key people from the mobility industry
  • A Mentoring session with an industry expert for one (1) hour duration

As 3rd place winner, you will receive 

  • Entry ticket into the IAA Exhibition on the press days 6th7thSept 2021 
  • An invite to the Mobility Designer’s Night event, where you can mingle with key people from the mobility industry

Eligibility: 

The competition is open to all students enrolled in Design or Architecture globally. In addition, all graduates who have completed a design or architecture degree between 15 July 2020 and 18 July 2021 are welcome to enter the competition. Please attach a copy of your student ID to the submitted project pdf to confirm your enrolment.

Only individual participants can be considered. Entries in which several people have collaborated will not be considered in the jury’s assessment.