Workstation of the future 2008

Design Competition

scadenza 30 giugno 2008

ABOUT You are invited to investigate the future design of the work environment – this is your opportunity to showcase your creativity to the Australian design community! Now in its second year, “Workstation of the Future 2008” is recognised as one of the most exciting design competitions in the country. Iken, in conjunction with various sponsors is offering a unique and exciting opportunity for architects, designers and students to conceive the office of tomorrow.

CATEGORIES This competition seeks innovative and intelligent ideas based on the functionality and scope of changes in the workplace environment. Entrants are encouraged to design the workstation of the future incorporating the latest uses of structural, colour, form, material and design innovation.

There are two categories each for PROFESSIONALS and STUDENTS:
* Innovation Award
* Sustainable Award

REWARD - INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY Due to the overwhelming international response to the 2008 Workstation of the Future design competition, Iken has announced a new category - INTERNATIONAL CATEGORY for all designers and students residing outside of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.

Iken will choose two winners from the International Category selected from the criteria for INNOVATION and SUSTAINABILITY design.

The winners will receive commendation on the night of the awards and a designed trophy delivered to the designer.

AWARDS NIGHT The winners will be announced at an awards celebratory night to be held at Iken’s Sydney showroom in August 2008. All entrants will be invited to attend the awards night.

Student A student in an architecture, industrial design or other design discipline currently enrolled in a university or institution, who resides outside of Australia, New Zealand and Fiji.
Professional An architect, interior architect, industrial designer, interior designer or other design professional, who resides outside of Australia, New Zealand or Fiji.


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