The Staron Design Awards program is open to any designer, architect, developer, kitchen/bathroom designer, student or any other designer who has created a design project using Staron Solid Surfaces. The design awards have been designed to create exposure for designers and architects using Staron in outstanding design. The program is open in 3 categories: Commercial: […]
May 10th, 2011
The Staron Design Awards program is open to any designer, architect, developer, kitchen/bathroom designer, student or any other designer who has created a design project using Staron Solid Surfaces.
The design awards have been designed to create exposure for designers and architects using Staron in outstanding design.
The program is open in 3 categories:
Commercial: Any commercial/industrial project. Winner receives $2000 cash plus marketing exposure.
Residential: Any house/apartment project. Winner receives $1000 plus marketing exposure.
Concept: An idea or concept that hasn’t been realised yet. Winner receives $250 plus marketin exposure.
There are 2 editions of the prize, each consisting of a Commercial, Residential and Concept segment, with entry dates as follows:
Edition 1: 1 January – 30 May 2011
Edition 2: 1 June – 30 November 2011
It’s not too late to enter Edition 1 if you haven’t already! Visit the website for more information on how to enter.
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