Saturday In Design and How We Create want to turn your chair design into reality. Here’s how…
May 19th, 2011
Saturday In Design has teamed up with How We Create to offer you a fantastic design opportunity.
Join the likes of Gehry, Le Corbusier, Foster and Neutra and turn your chair sketch into a real-life product!
The winning design will be made live using rotational moulding at a special event hosted by How We Create on +Friday, the night of festivities for industry VIPs that precedes Saturday In Design*.
Create a concept, sketch it up and submit your design here by 17 June.
Your chair might be taking pride of place in a showroom at next year’s Saturday In Design!
Strictly one (1) entry per person.
You agree that your sketch/design may be altered by the manufacturer to suit the manufacturing process.
Entries close 17 June 2011 at AEST 5pm.
Judging is conducted anonymously and is at the discretion of the judges, the judges’ decision is final.
No correspondence will be entered into regarding the results of the competition.
Your design will be produced for Saturday in Design in Sydney on 20 August 2011 in a miniature scale; a full-scale prototype will not be produced for the competition.
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