Have you entered the 2011 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards?
May 2nd, 2011
Launched at designEX on 13 April, the 2011 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards invite architects, landscapers and designers nationwide to showcase their visionary use of timber in residential and commercial design projects.
Now in their 2nd year, the Timber Vision Awards seek to recognise the valuable and increasingly diverse role timber plays in today’s architecture and landscape design.
This year sees 2 new categories – ’Young Architects’ and ’People’s Choice Awards’ – joining the existing 4 categories, ’Residential Interior’, ’Residential Exterior’, ’Commercial Interior’ and ’Commercial Exterior’.
According to Stuart McCausland, Intergrain Brand Manager, the Timber Vision Awards celebrate those professionals who step outside the box to inspire with creative timber in design.
“Looking at the calibre of entries received in 2010, it’s clear many of the design and architecture community share our passion for timber in design,” said McCausland.
“We’re looking forward to seeing what 2011 has in store.”
Last year’s Residential Exterior category winner, John Grove of Grove Architects, said “it’s great to see programs such as this promoting innovative and sustainable design, and I look forward to seeing what projects the 2011 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards will bring to the industry’s attention.”
As well as excellent exposure to a prestigious industry audience, Intergrain Timber Vision Awards winners receive a $2,000 cash prize, editorial coverage in industry magazines, and Intergrain product to the value of $5,000.
Entries to the 2011 Intergrain Timber Vision Awards close 30 June 2011.
For more information and terms and conditions, visit the competition website.
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