An integral part of the Launch Pad program the International Review Panel is now casting its eye over the finalist entries. The panel is made up of renowned designers Tom Dixon, Busk + Hertzog and Niels Gammelgaard. The 19 products will critiqued by the panel and finalist will be offered advice to help in turning […]
June 29th, 2009
An integral part of the Launch Pad program the International Review Panel is now casting its eye over the finalist entries.
The panel is made up of renowned designers Tom Dixon, Busk + Hertzog and Niels Gammelgaard.
The 19 products will critiqued by the panel and finalist will be offered advice to help in turning their prototype into reality.
Keep an eye on the progress on the Launch Pad website. Click here to see the finalists.
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