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RED DOT AWARD: DESIGN CONCEPT CALL FOR ENTRIES NOW OPEN

With the end of early submissions, the Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 enters standard submission period with full speed ahead.



BY Lorenzo Logi

February 19th, 2014


Red Dot Award: Design Concept is one of the largest professional design concept competitions in the world. With an international jury consisting of experts from diverse fields, the award serves as a fair, recognised, and indisputable benchmark for creativity and design excellence in the industry.

With 4,394 entries submitted from 57 countries in the year 2013, the award has grown to be of international significance for companies, design studios, universities and designers alike.

Calling on design teams, designers, inventors, students, teachers, research institutes, design departments, architects, engineers, any one with a great design idea to take notice.

Standard submission period of the Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 will end on the 2nd April.

Concept categories for Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 have increased to 29. The categories are deliberately kept wide to ensure that imagination is not being limited. Find out more.

Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014

Standard submission period:     30 January 2014 – 2 April 2014
Late submission period:              3 April 2014 – 21 May 2014
Awarding ceremony:                    26 September 2014
Further information:                    www.red-dot.sg

Special exhibition: From 27 September 2014 at the Red Dot Design Museum Singapore

Online exhibition:  From 27 September 2014 at
www.red-dot.sg/online-exhibition

Red Dot Award: Design Concept 2014 standard submission period ends 2 April 2014.

Information available at www.red-dot.sg.


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