PseudoFreeze is one of the 40 finalists of Index Award 2021
Index award select projects among the world as the best designs to improve life. PseudoFreeze is a finalist of the Community grade of Index Award, participating with PseudoFridge.
The best way to predict the future is to design it
The Index Award biennale celebrates people, from far and wide, using design to solve the problems that matter — what we call 'design to improve life'. Since 2005, we’ve recognised some of the world’s most impactful and iconic solutions. From tiny tools that diagnose disease to environmental moonshots saving our most vulnerable ecosystems.
Notable past winners include LifeStrawTM (2005), the Tesla Roadster (2007), Kiva (2009), Hövding (2011), Raspberry Pi (2013), The Ocean Cleanup Array (2015), Zipline (2017) and MARSHA (2019). See all former finalists and winners here.
The Index Award isn't just about upholding great designs but about celebrating diversity, inspiring hope and, acting as a catalyst for groundbreaking innovation. It takes all types to design a future that works for everyone, that's why we're always on the lookout for the next game-changers — whoever you might be!
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