Based on the design brief of using Citroën vehicle parts to design an object intended for everyday use, Ognyan Bozhilov from Bulgaria, took the grand prize of €10,000.

Based on the design brief of using Citroën vehicle parts to design an object intended for everyday use, Ognyan Bozhilov from Bulgaria, took the grand prize of €10,000. Consisting of a C4 Picasso’s rear seat, C3 steering wheel, C3 Pluriel’s roof pillars and the spoiler from a C4 Coupe, Bozhilov's created a stylish snow sled which he named the Citroen Sledge.

With thousands of submissions which included a door handle as a telephone, a staircase constructed from rear spoilers and a seat made from the bonnet of a C1 city car, the judges settled on Bozhilov's design for its visual impact and functionality – qualities which reflect Citroën’s own design ethic.

Check out other clever submissions in the attached photos.

 

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