Calling all emerging designers! This is your chance to win a one-on-one mentoring session with acclaimed designer Yves Behar. Behar is the head of San Francisco design studio fuseproject, and has worked with brands including Herman Miller, Swarovski andMini Cooper. If you are an emerging designer (furniture, product, architecture, interior, graphic or fashion) or creative based in Tokyo, Singapore, […]
January 29th, 2011
Calling all emerging designers! This is your chance to win a one-on-one mentoring session with acclaimed designer Yves Behar.
Behar is the head of San Francisco design studio fuseproject, and has worked with brands including Herman Miller, Swarovski andMini Cooper.
If you are an emerging designer (furniture, product, architecture, interior, graphic or fashion) or creative based in Tokyo, Singapore, Sydney or Melbourne, post an example of your work and link to the Herman Miller Asia Pacific Facebook page.
The winner will have the chance for a one-on-one mentoring session with Yves and will receive an iconic SAYL chair.
Three runners-up will also receive a SAYL chair and have their work featured on the Herman Miller Asia Pacific blog.
Entries close on 10 February 2011, with the winner announced on Facebook on 13 February 2011. Don’t miss out on this opportunity of a lifetime!
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