A GOOD EVOO
DESERVES TO LOOK GOOD
WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE THE 5th EDITION OF THE
JOOP DESIGN AWARD
AS PART OF THE 12th EDITION OF JOOP.
Starting from 2020 along with the qualitative awards the competition decided to award also producers who have committed with passion to communicate the identity of their product through the logo, the bottling, and the packaging: all very important details in a market like the Japanese one. This award wishes to bring to the attention of producers the importance of paring a good product with an appealing brand identity.
The panel of the jury for the 4th JOOP DESIGN AWARD is comprised of some of the most prestigious names in the field of design and architecture from the most represented countries of the competition and the hosting one.
2023 DESIGN AWARD WINNERS
JOOP DESIGN AWARD 2024 JURORS
Oliviero Toscani is a globally recognized creative force in advertising and photography, known for his influential work with top magazines like Elle and Vogue, and brands like United Colors of Benetton.
He has shaped public awareness on social issues through his campaigns and created the distinguished 40-volume series “Lezioni di fotografia di Oliviero Toscani.” As a founding professor at Mendrisio Academy of Architecture and a judge on Sky Arte’s “Master of Photography,” Toscani has significantly contributed to both educational and artistic fields.
His work has earned him multiple awards, including four Golden Lions and the UNESCO Grand Prix, cementing his status as an esteemed figure in the arts and communication sectors.
Debbie Millman is host of the Webby award-winning podcast Design Matters, one of the first and longest-running podcasts in the world; Chair of the first-ever Masters in Branding Program at the School of Visual Arts, Co-owner and Editorial Director of PrintMag.com, and the author of seven books on design and branding.
She has worked on the design and strategy of over 200 of the world’s largest brands. Debbie is the recipient of a Cooper Hewitt National Design Award and a Lifetime Achievement award from AIGA, the Professional Association for Design.
Shahira Fahmy, an acclaimed architect, urbanist, and researcher, is a three-time Harvard fellowship recipient for her innovative architectural work. She has taught at Columbia University and built significant projects in the Middle East, London, and Europe. Fahmy’s notable works include the Delfina Foundation in London, the Andermatt Swiss Alps Ski Resort, and a restoration project in Old Town AlUla, KSA.
Recognized in RIBA’s “100 Women: Architects in Practice,” she has received multiple awards, including the Tamayouz Excellence Award and the International Mimar Sinan Prize. Fahmy, featured in global publications and a speaker at prestigious institutions, founded Shahira Fahmy Architects in Cairo and divides her time between London and Cairo.