Movin’On announce winners of the 2021 Movin’On Challenge Design

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Movin’On has announced the three pioneering projects of the 2021 Movin’On Challenge Design for inclusive mobility. This year’s theme is “RESPECT: ending isolation and conquering the mobility divide”.

Drew Spahn’s “Crosswing” concept took the top spot in the Movin’On Challenge Design’s 2021 global competition. The New Jersey design student created the concept Crosswing to enable people with amputations to move around cities more efficiently by giving them the ability to skate for transport or leisure. The crosswing provides the same walking assistance as a prosthetic leg but offers a riding experience that compares to a skateboard or pair of skates.

All 170 entries this year sought to create inclusive mobility for those who are often overlooked when mobility solutions are being designed. The solutions proposed demonstrated a strong enthusiasm and commitment to this theme, which inspired some very innovative and varied concepts.

The second-place was awarded to Danish design student Stefan Perriard for a car-free city concept, Tramo, making the future city more about people and less about cars. Tramo is an autonomous mobility solution that moves at walking speed, allowing people to “hop on hop off” at any time for trips that are too long to walk but too short to use other means of transportation.

In third place, Colombian architect and designer Elkin Alejandro Cruz Castro reimagined urban inclusivity through a system that brings urban activities to peri-urban areas, thus avoiding the daily commuting of inhabitants towards study, work, culture areas … The project is designed as small buildings that are mobile, modular, and flexible.

Entries for Movin’On Challenge Design came from all over the world from individuals, students, schools and cross-functional teams of designers including professional studios, teachers, artists, architects, engineers.

The 2021 honorees were announced live from the Movin’On Summit. In addition to the three winners, 13 concepts received “Judges Awards”.


  • First Place: Drew Spahn of the U.S. (New Jersey), Kean University, for design entry “Crosswing.”
  • Second Place: Stefan Perriard of Denmark, Royal Danish Academy – Design, for entry “Tramo. Mobility for the car-free city.”
  • Third Place: Elkin Alejandro Cruz Castro of Colombia, Universidad Nacional de Colombia, for design entry “Nomada! Solve the right problem: Urban Inclusivity.”

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