Calling all creative Corian® specifiers, the third annual Corian® Design Awards (4th edition) are now open for submissions. Inspired by the possibilities of this contemporary material, CASF have been recognising the creative use of Corian® in both Commercial and Residential design for three years. This year there have already been three editions, with a winner […]
November 14th, 2008
Calling all creative Corian® specifiers, the third annual Corian® Design Awards (4th edition) are now open for submissions.
Inspired by the possibilities of this contemporary material, CASF have been recognising the creative use of Corian® in both Commercial and Residential design for three years.
This year there have already been three editions, with a winner in each of the two categories (residential and commercial). Winners of this fourth edition will take home an iPod Nano, be featured on the Corian® website, with the added possibility of publicity in a range of major design magazines. They will also be in the running for the 2008 Grand Prize, which is $2000 cash
The judging panel for the Grand Prize is made up of design duo blueandbrown, DuPont Surfaces representative Massimo Fucci and designer, Joseph Licciardi. Winners of the three editions so far have been: Commercial – Alexander Lotersztain, MIMA Design, John Wardle Architects and Wilson Architects; Residential – John Cunningham, Mal Corboy Design, Minosa by Darren Genner & Simona Castagna.
Entry forms can be downloaded from corian.com.au.
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