Australian designers have the chance to win an International Design Award and showcase Aussie talent in front of the international design community by entering the Victoria + Albert International Design Awards.
December 4th, 2015
Global brand, Victoria + Albert, renowned for creating beautiful baths and basins, has announced the official launch of their first International Design Awards. The company is reaching out to the Australian design community, including architects, designers, and students to design a visionary, concept bath space that captures the spirit of the Victoria + Albert brand, using any of the products in the range.
The talented winner will be provided with an all expenses paid trip to Milan where the design will be showcased at the prestigious Salone del Mobile in 2016.
Design a 2m x 3m bathroom space using Victoria + Albert products
Entry must include a 150 word description of the design
At least 2 product views, including a rendering or sketch and floor plan, using the 2D or 3D downloads from the website. Accepted formats for submission: .pdf or .jpeg
20th December 2015
How to enter:
Enter your design by completing the online entry form on the Victoria + Albert website
An all-expenses paid trip to Salone del Mobile in April 2016 (including flights, transfers, two nights in a hotel and entry to the exhibition)
The winning design will be built on the Victoria + Albert stand at Salone and unveiled to the international design community on 12th April 2016
PR exposure following the event in the winner’s local region
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