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Designer Rugs Evolve Awards 2012

Designer Rugs present the Evolve Awards 2012.

Designer Rugs Evolve Awards 2012


April 3rd, 2012

Designer Rugs are calling all interior design industry professionals to enter their second Evolve Awards.

Entrants are invited to submit up to 3 designs intended for a 200 x 300cm rectangular rug, or a circular rug of diameter 250cm.

Six winning rugs will form part of the Designer Rugs ID Collection 2012/2013 and go in the running for more than $25,000 in prizes, including a trip to Milan.


Emergence #1 (detail), Louise McGregor – 2010 Evolve Finalist

Designs should be innovative, inspiring and original, suitable for residential and commercial interiors. Just think – you could join the likes of Akira Isogawa, Easton Pearson and Catherine Martin as a designer who has collaborated with one of Australia’s best companies for handmade custom rugs!


Round Diamond #1, Emma Elizabeth, 2010 Evolve Finalist

Entries close 30 June 2012, with winners to be announced in November.

Visit the Designer Rugs Evolve website for full details on how to enter.

Designer Rugs will be hosting a series of rug design workshops in Sydney, Melbourne, Perth, Brisbane and Auckland to help designers perfect their entries.

The first workshop, in Sydney, has been confirmed for Wednesday 2 May. Workshops are limited to 50 participants, so register via the Evolve website to ensure your place.


Dusk (detail), Lachlan Allen, 2010 Evolve Finalist


Serendipity, Sarah Marriott, 2010 Evolve Finalist

Hero Image: Squiggle It (detail), Gavin Harris, 2010 Evolve Winner

Designer Rugs Evolve

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