Entries open for the General and Student Division of Gregoryâ€™s furniture competition.
March 1st, 2010
Gregory Commercial Furniture (GCF) announces the opening of entries for the 2010 Creative Vibe Design Competition, with ’Feature Seating’ as the theme for designers.
Launched by GCF in 2006, the Creative Vibe Competition aims to support local design and innovation, inviting entrants to respond to a different brief each year, focusing on aspects of commercial furniture design.
The new Student Division, to run in 2010, will see student entries accepted alongside professional, aspiring and amateur designers.
The Student Division is open to current students residing in the Sydney area of NSW.
The winner of the Student Division will receive $1000 prize money, their prototype to keep and, if the design is included in the GCF Creative Vibe portfolio, the student will also receive royalties (terms and conditions apply).
The General Entry division has seen the success of a number of entries over the years.
Both winning and runner-up designs have been chosen to be part of the Creative Vibe portfolio and have proven to be signature pieces and exemplary representations of the local design community.
“We truly believe that the future growth of our industry can come from within and by supporting local design GCF is helping to make a difference,” Maree Draper, creator of Creative Vibe.
The Winner of the General Entry division receives $5000 prize money, their prototype to keep, and royalties if their design is chosen to be part of the Creative Vibe portfolio.
Closing date for the competition is 31 May 2010.
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