I.D Magazine's Annual Design Review 2009 winners are now on view at Material ConneXion's New York City headquarters through 21 August, 2009. The jury consisted of I.D.'s staff as well as leading innovators in the fields of product, graphic, environment, and furniture design.
Consisting of about 50 pieces displayed on a few small stands and an enclosed glass shelving display, the exhibit is small and surprisingly uninformative. Books, shoes, a first aid kit and more are easily viewed and identifiable by name placards, but that's it. Why were these products designed? Why did they win? How well do they fulfill their purpose? I'd like to know.
Pictured above: Nike's Lunaracer, Hyperdunk, and Zoom Victory Spike