The chair takes centre stage as architects, designers and students under 40 are once again called to submit entries to the 2009 Promosedia International Design Competition. Contestants from the world marry originality with functionality to create submissions that are creative, suitable for mass production. Eligible entries must be original and unpublished works. In a nod […]
March 3rd, 2009
The chair takes centre stage as architects, designers and students under 40 are once again called to submit entries to the 2009 Promosedia International Design Competition.
Contestants from the world marry originality with functionality to create submissions that are creative, suitable for mass production. Eligible entries must be original and unpublished works.
In a nod to the history of the Industrial Chair District, The competition requires all chairs to be made of wood, a decision that further emphasises its twin aims of sustainability and fostering of innovation.
All submissions will be presented anonymously to the judging panel composed of influential opinion leaders and design world representatives.
For further details and competition rules and regulations please contact
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