Boral’s 5th annual Design Award is coming to a close on 30 September 2010. Featuring a cash prize pool totalling $34,000, the 2010 Boral Design Award is an opportunity to design innovative concepts in realistic residential design, with a brief incorporating a 125sqm family home and its landscape. First prize is $20,000 in the professional […]
September 8th, 2010
Boral’s 5th annual Design Award is coming to a close on 30 September 2010.
Featuring a cash prize pool totalling $34,000, the 2010 Boral Design Award is an opportunity to design innovative concepts in realistic residential design, with a brief incorporating a 125sqm family home and its landscape.
First prize is $20,000 in the professional category and second prize is $10,000. In the student category, first prize is $4,000.
Boral Design Award entrants must submit a written component and digital imagery of up to five physical models or 3D renders of their concept. The entry pack, in addition to resources, can be downloaded at designaward.boral.com.au.
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