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Win $10,000 with Miele design competition: only two weeks to enter!

Sep 14, 2016
  • Article by Online Editor

How would you like to put your designs in front of one of the world’s most recognisable brands for the chance to win $10,000?

Miele is again teaming up with IDEA and Australian Design Review to offer a $10,000 cash prize to an Australian designer for their creative installation concept. The winning project will also receive online coverage on ADR.

This is a unique opportunity for your work to be seen by Australia’s leading architects and interior designers. Previous winners include Melbourne-based architects Edwards Moore, and Karoline De Mendonça from Sydney-based practice Those Architects, who each took home a $1000 cash prize from Miele.

With ten times the amount up for grabs in 2016, the stakes have been raised – and we look forward to unearthing this year’s local design talent.

www.miele.com.au

www.idea-awards.com.au

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COMPETITION

Create a space that communicates Miele’s guiding principle Immer Besser, or ‘Forever Better’. Show us how progressive design can enhance and evolve the places we inhabit.

TO ENTER

Submit 300 words and up to 5 drawings to describe your design vision. You may work alone or in a team. This space is restricted only by your imagination – it may be realistic or transcend the laws of physics.

Remember you will not need to build anything!

SHORTLIST

The shortlisted entries will be required to participate in a second competition phase hosted at Miele showrooms. This exclusive session will call for the finalists to present and pitch their design to the judging panel, demonstrating why they should be this year’s Immer Besser winner.

KEY DATES

ENTRIES CLOSE: Friday 30 September
PRESENTATIONS: Shortlist will be notified

REWARD
$10,000 CASH

QUESTIONS & ENTRY SUBMISSIONS TO

Laura Garro
laura.garro@niche.com.au

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