Congratulations to Jun-Won Kim and Chris Lee, 2nd year students in our program, for winning the grand prize at the Lexus Design School Challenge. Open to students across Canada, the challenge was to design an exclusive art installation for Lexus to be displayed at one select 2019 Canadian Auto Show.
For 2019, the source of inspiration is the bold, contemporary, all-new Lexus UX, in combination with core Lexus brand values, including brave design, imaginative technology, craftsmanship, and Omotenashi.
- All submissions were judged by a standard set of criteria
- The top 3 entries receive a prize of $1,000
- The winner will receive a grand prize of $5,000
- The winning entry will be displayed at a select Canadian Auto Show
Their winning entry can be found here.
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