EGGS’ work together with Bufdir (The Norwegian Directorate for Children, Youth and Family Affairs) was awarded for the design of the Mediation Service for parents going through divorce. The service aims to diminish the distress that the children of parents in divorce processes go through.
The second project awarded at the ceremony was SpectraLice, the automatic sea-lice counter developed by Ecotone and EGGS. The device, composed of a camera and sensors, continuously and automatically counts lice on the salmon as they are swimming in the cage. The system sends information about amount and type of lice to a control centre via a cloud-based solution, in real time. All this without manually handling the fish. That way, the sea lice data is much more reliable, and salmon producers can make better-informed decisions.
The third project to get recognized was Easly. Together with EGGS and several other creative agencies, Bertel O Steen has developed Easly, its most innovative car leasing service yet. Easly was created based on people’s needs for less hassle and less to worry about when owning a car. Customers can choose from all types of services you need when you have a vehicle such as insurance, fuel, toll ring subscription, snow tire subscription.
Last, but certainly not least, the mobility aid Spike by Exero, was also awarded. By redesigning Spike, EGGS has helped transform it into high-performance sports gear.
About the DOGA Award
The DOGA Award for Design and Architecture is a distinction awarded by DOGA to Norwegian businesses and practitioners who demonstrate the outstanding use of design and architecture. The award aims to showcase and spotlight exemplary projects. The jury focuses primarily on the process and collaboration between the commissioning party and practitioner.
See the full list of winners on Doga.no (in Norwegian).