Only 3 weeks left before the standard submissions period for the red dot award: design concept 2012 closes.
April 10th, 2012
The countdown has begun! The red dot award: design concept 2012 standard submissions period will end on 27 April 2012, and pre-judging will begin in May. So hurry!
For those who miss the deadline, ‘late submissions’ will be held from 28 April to 27 June for one last chance to enter the award.
The red dot award: design concept competition is open to all designers, companies, design studios and institutions.
Last year, the award garnered a total of 3,536 submissions from 54 countries. Out of these, 252 were selected for the red dot award, while 43 bagged the red dot: best of the best. The top red dot: luminary prize went to Microbial Home by Philips Design, the Netherlands.
For more information and to submit your work, go to red-dot.sg/concept/index.htm
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