This week marks one month left until the 2013 BIA entries close – Dont miss out!
May 29th, 2013
With just a month until entries close, this year’s award is looking to the future and the role of technology in the bathroom, exploring Tomorrow’s Bathroom Today.
Now in its eighth year, the BIA searches for the most innovative bathroom product design by professionals and students.
The BIA continues to shape the direction of bathroom design and the careers of those who participate in it by giving design professionals and students the chance to share in a $35,000 prize pool and showcase their work to the world.
Competition closes Friday 28 June.
Bathroom Innovation Awards
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