Reece are putting out the call to Australia’s top and aspiring bathroom designers, as the annual Bathroom Innovation Award opens for entries.
March 12th, 2012
Now in its seventh year, the Reece Bathroom Innovation Award is one of the most prestigious design competitions in Australia, opening the doors to international recognition, career launching opportunities and invaluable industry experience.
Reece is putting out the call to design professionals and students alike to submit their entries to the 2012 program.
The winner of the professional category wins $20,000. The winner of the student category wins $10,000, with an additional $5,000 going to the institution at which the winning student is involved.
Winners also get the opportunity to have their product commercially produced by Reece – an unmissable chance to get their design talent noticed.
Previous winners include Justin Wagemakers, who took out last year’s Professional category with the ’Bathe’ customisable unit (pictured at top) and Toby Nowland, who took out the Student category with his ’Eggshell’ design.
Submissions are now open via the Reece Bathroom Innovation website and close 31 May 2012.
Winners will be announced at Saturday in Design in Melbourne in August 2012.
Visit the website for more information on the awards and how to enter.
Reece Bathroom Innovation
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