What does the furniture of the future look like? A question which provides a lot of design freedom and which is therefore the perfect challenge for young design talents. In keeping with the motto “Take furniture to the next level”, Hettich and Rehau will organise the 10th edition of International Design Awards. The challenge: to ease the future area of conflict in living and working spaces.
The two companies are challenging pupils and students of the faculties product design, architecture, interior design art as well as wood technology and processing worldwide to submit new ideas and concepts for tomorrow’s furniture solutions in the re-organised competition. A total of three attractive prize categories are awaiting the junior designers.
In keeping with the motto “Take furniture to the next level”, the participants are asked to let their imagination run wild, think outside the box and to design future-oriented, innovative and extraordinary furniture solutions for kitchens, offices, living rooms and bedrooms.
The design drafts are supposed to be capable of achieving primarily one thing by means of their design as well as their technical intelligence: to ease the future area of conflict in living and working spaces.
Deadline registration 1st March 2015 on www.internationaldesignaward.com
Attractive prizes are awarded for the participation in the International Design Award.
On the one hand, three winners will be selected by an independent, international jury consisting of renowned design experts and rewarded with 2,000 Euros each and a trip to Germany lasting several days for their achievement. In addition to this, Hettich and Rehau will award a company prize. In this category, an outstanding achievement is rewarded, which takes into account both the product range of the fittings specialist Hettich as well as that of polymer processor Rehau. The reward is a design workshop with employees from both companies. This isn’t everything yet: the public can decide following the official announcement of the jury and company prizes. All submitted designs are published on the website of the International Design Award and the public decides, which idea is the best one in their opinion. The winner of the public prize can look forward to a voucher of his choice worth 500 Euros.