Singapore Creator Awards (SCA), the design competition co-organised by Singapore Press Holdings’ (SPH) Chinese Media Group and Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre (SCCC), with support from SG Enable, Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS), and Singapore Management University (SMU) Institute of Innovation and Entrepreneurship (IIE), has announced its 2021 winners.
SCA 2021, which is the programme’s third edition, took the theme of ‘New Normal, New Designs’ and attracted a total of 240 submissions from both aspiring and established designers.
The Established Designer category (opened to professional designers who have heir own practice, have worked in the industry for more than 3 years, or have received recognition from design awards) awarded one Bronze and two Merit awards while the Aspiring Designer category (opened to students and design aficionados) awarded one Gold, one Silver, one Bronze and four Merit awards.
In addition to the two established categories, the SCA 2021 also awarded two accolades: the Inclusive Design Award, which seeks inclusive F&B solutions to enable persons with disabilities to patronise dining outlets, and the New Potential Star Award, which seeks most promising entries to nurture in the incubator programme organised by SMU IIE.
SCA 2021 also awarded prizes for entries with the most public votes and a Highest Participation Award for the school with the most entries, which went to Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts (NAFA).
So, what kind of the designs are the winning entries? Here are the details.