Lithuania’s Good Design competition has announced its winners across ten categories ranging from fashion to industrial design.
Among the victors was Unicorn Scooters, which scooped the People’s Choice Prize for Innovation with a unique, two-tier foot board designed to help riders travelling with extra passengers or groceries.
Other outstanding prizewinners include Karina Pagonyte’s experimental climate change-themed fashion collection No More, and Moku, an educational acoustic toy to help children with autism or Down’s syndrome regulate their emotions.
The international jury included design specialists from Switzerland, Poland, Slovenia, Great Britain and Austria.
More than 250 applications were received this year for the annual competition, which highlights the best of Lithuanian design.