Bombay Sapphire – call for entries It’s the 7th year for the Sapphire Bombay Design Discovery Award this year, and it will certainly be lucky seven for the emerging designer who takes the prestigious prize home. This award has traditionally propelled young Australian talent into the spotlight, with past winners including Adam Goodrum, Charles Wilson, […]
April 30th, 2009
Bombay Sapphire – call for entries
It’s the 7th year for the Sapphire Bombay Design Discovery Award this year, and it will certainly be lucky seven for the emerging designer who takes the prestigious prize home. This award has traditionally propelled young Australian talent into the spotlight, with past winners including Adam Goodrum, Charles Wilson, BernabeiFreeman, and last year Trent Jansen and Ilias Fotopolous.
Deadline for entries is 15 August, with the top 10 finalists announced in September. An esteemed panel of judges then select the winners, runners up and finalists, who will win $30,000, $2,500 and $1000 respectively.
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