Polestar Design Contest

Polestar
Design contest

The inaugural Polestar Design Contest saw a huge number of submissions, each one featuring a high level of creativity and technical ability. Which made choosing winners all the more difficult. The two which took the title went above and beyond the design brief, showcasing products which both expressed Polestar’s design future and offered solutions to some of today’s pressing issues.

The inaugural Polestar Design Contest saw a huge number of submissions, each one featuring a high level of creativity and technical ability. Which made choosing winners all the more difficult. The two which took the title went above and beyond the design brief, showcasing products which both expressed Polestar’s design future and offered solutions to some of today’s pressing issues.

Design brief
2020

“Pure”.

Design a new Polestar that is the purest of designs, one from twenty years from now, which showcases what Polestar’s slightly-more-distant future will look like (but still within the realm of possibility).

It could be a car. It could be something else. What it has to be is a vision of Polestar's design evolution in the year 2040, following the Polestar design philosophy.

Winner student
Siddhesh Bhogale

An airship that looks ahead twenty years by combining Polestar design with a 21st-century aviation approach for polar exploration.

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Winner professional
Konrad Cholewka

An inclusive, autonomous pod with a flexible interior design, pure in its combination of two geometric shapes.

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Honorable Mention
Arthur Martins

A design which shows how the pure, progressive performance values of Polestar could translate into the boating world.

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Finalist

Franklin Guo

A sports car realised through a simple geometric design, influenced by noted designer Dieter Rams.

Need help?

For questions about the design contest, feel free to contact the Polestar Design Community.

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