Resene is proud of its colours and appreciative of its professional clients’ superbly creative use of colour in homes, buildings and related products. The Resene Total Colour Awards recognise outstanding use of colour. Resene wants to celebrate the best of the best. Show off your outstanding colour projects by entering them into this awards programme. […]
April 8th, 2011
Resene is proud of its colours and appreciative of its professional clients’ superbly creative use of colour in homes, buildings and related products.
The Resene Total Colour Awards recognise outstanding use of colour. Resene wants to celebrate the best of the best.
Show off your outstanding colour projects by entering them into this awards programme.
Categories include: Residential – interior, Residential – exterior, Commercial – exterior, Commercial – interior, Landscape, Education, Sustainable system, Product/Display, Rising Star – student, Lifetime achievement.
The commercial category includes commercial, corporate rebranding, industrial and government sector.
Visit the website for more information and to download an entry form.
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