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Call for entries for the 2010 BIA

Entries are now open for the 2010 Bathroom Innovation Award. Divided into 2 categories, the award calls for entries from students studying design, architecture or industrial design, and professionals working in the design industry. Entrants are asked to design innovative bathroom products across a variety of categories which include tapware, showers, toilets, baths, vanity basins, […]



BY jesse

April 22nd, 2010


Entries are now open for the 2010 Bathroom Innovation Award.

Divided into 2 categories, the award calls for entries from students studying design, architecture or industrial design, and professionals working in the design industry.

Entrants are asked to design innovative bathroom products across a variety of categories which include tapware, showers, toilets, baths, vanity basins, and bathroom furniture.

Judged by a team of industry leaders, which includes David Clark (Editor of Vogue Living), Paul Hecker (Hecker Phelan & Guthrie), Shaynna Blaze (Blank Canvas Interiors and TV Presenter) and Belinda Geels (Reece Bathroom Marketing Manager), the winners will be announced at SiD this August.

The winners have the chance to have their designs commercially produced by Reece as well as receive cash prizes – $20,000 for the winner of the professional category, and $10,000 cash for the student winner, as well as $5,000 to the institution where the student is enrolled.

The BIA was established in 2005 by Reece to celebrate and nurture original bathroom product design.

Entries close on 31 May 2010.

For competition details and to view last year’s winning designs visit bathroominnovation.com.au.

BIA 2010
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