The prestigious Fly Forbo Award 2012, with its alluring international prize, is now open for entries. The competition is free to enter, with a downloadable entry form available at the Forbo Flooring website. The Fly Forbo Award seeks a winning project from each of Australia and New Zealand that shows stand-out use of any of […]
November 8th, 2011
The prestigious Fly Forbo Award 2012, with its alluring international prize, is now open for entries.
The competition is free to enter, with a downloadable entry form available at the Forbo Flooring website.
The Fly Forbo Award seeks a winning project from each of Australia and New Zealand that shows stand-out use of any of the Forbo flooring and surface products.
Closing date for entries is Friday 13 April 2012.
2011’s 2 sets of winners have just returned from their prize trip to 100% Design in London, the Forbo design studios in Holland and from a tour of inspiring European installations.
Forbo products include natural and sustainable, technically advanced linoleums for floor and furnishings, safety and project vinyls, wetroom solutions and entrance systems. World-leading brands include Marmoleum, Artoleum, Bulletin Board, Furniture Linoleum, Flotex, Allura, Eternal, Step and Smaragd.
Visit the Forbo Flooring website for more details.
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