BE Industrial Design student, Alfred Boyadgis, has been successful in winning an award in the Protection category of the prestigious Red Dot Design Concept Awards. Alfred’s design ‘Forcite’, a police motorcycle rider helmet, was judged on its aesthetic quality, functionality, ecological compatibility, realisation possibility, emotional content and degree of innovation.   

The Red Dot Design Concept Awards received over 4394 entries from 56 countries and are considered one of the biggest and most prestigious design awards worldwide. Industrial Design student ShanShan Wang also won a Red Dot, and Marco Tallarida was shortlisted for the award.

Alfred will accept his award at the official prize ceremony in Singapore on 25 October. In addition to prize money, Alfred’s prototype will be on display for a full year at the Red Dot Design Museum in Singapore. His name and design will also be published in an online exhibition and in the Red Dot Design Year Book, which is a compilation of all winning entries and considered to be an important design reference book for libraries, companies and designers worldwide.

Congratulations to Alfred on his win!

Alfred Boyadgis and Course Convenor, Andrew Fowkes, receive news of Alfred’s win.

More information on the Red Dot Design Awards