Create a design that fills a gap and start your design journey with Corporate Culture!
May 10th, 2011
The Corporate Culture Design Journey is a chance for emerging and established Australian and New Zealand-based designers to gain industry recognition and potentially have their design put into production.
The program encourages designers to really engage with the existing Corporate Culture collection, understanding the needs, capabilities and expectations of the business before beginning the design process.
Previous winner Chest by Arnoldlane
This year’s brief is as follows: Examine the Corporate Culture collection and the furniture market. Identify a gap. Create a design that fills that gap.
Previous winner Connected sofa by Ross Didier
The possibilities are endless – so start designing! Entries close 30 June 2011.
Visit the Corporate Culture website for more information on how to enter.
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