Audi Sustain Our Nation Competition
Sustain Our Nation was a major national competition run by the Audi Design Foundation in 2009 to challenge young designers to create sustainable, design led social enterprises that will benefit their local community. The themes to the competition were: Ageing Population, Health, Finance, Crime & Energy and Climate Change. Lorraine Gamman and Adam Thorpe from the Design Against Crime Research Centre were on the expert panel for crime and tutored Central Saint Martins’ MA Innovation Management students, working with them to help develop their proposals. Urban Green Line went on to become runners up in national finals and won £10K, and will receive additional support and advice to help turn their design ideas into a sustainable social enterprise.