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August 11, 2015

It's all about 'Anticipation' as Lexus Design Award 2016 opens for entries

Lexus International announces its call for entries for the Lexus Design Award 2016. First launched in 2013 to foster the growth of ideas that can contribute to society, this international design competition aims to support up-and-coming creators from around the world.

The theme

April 14, 2015

Sense-Wear wins the 2015 Lexus Design Award

A range of clothing and accessories that sharpens or tones down the sensory experiences of the wearer has been named the Grand Prix winner in the 2015 Lexus Design Awards. Italian designers Emanuela Corti and Ivan Parati have produced a collection of items

January 29, 2015

12 Finalists announced in the 2015 Lexus Design Award

Animal masks, a power-generating sculpture, a mood-reflecting light and a range of clothes and accessories that express the human senses lead the 12 projects selected as finalists in the 2015 Lexus Design Award.

This year's competition took the theme of Senses and attracted

August 11, 2014

Third Lexus Design Award open for entries

The third Lexus Design Award is open for entries. Launched in 2013, the international competition aims to foster the talents of young creators for problem solving design.

In its first two years it has gained worldwide attention for its mentoring programme, by which

February 01, 2014

Lexus announces 12 winners of Second Lexus Design Award

Lexus announces the selection of 12 winners for the second Lexus Design Award, an international design competition that was launched on August 1, 2013.

1,157 submissions were received during the application period, which ended on October 15, 2013. From that

February 14, 2013

Lexus to host artist's exhibition at Milan Design Week 2013

Lexus will stage a design exhibition in partnership with a world-renowned artist at Milan Design Week in April 2013, where winning designs from the first Lexus Design Award launched last year will also be on display.

Akihisa Hirata, an up-and-coming architect, will create

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