CASTELLÓN, Spain – TheSize, manufacturer of sintered stone brand Neolith, announced its Fourth Annual International Design Competition.
This global competition – with three submission categories open now through Nov. 13 – highlights creativity and innovation of designs incorporating Neolith surfacing by architects, interior designers, builders, remodelers, students, and fabricators.
For each category, a team of industry judges will focus on the proposal’s originality, presentation creativity, technical complexity, variety of Neolith applications, quality before-and-after images, and the degree of environmental sensitivity in the project. All projects in entries must be completed between 2014-2017.
Prizes include an all-inclusive trip to a prominent industry tradeshow valued between $1,770 and $5,900. Winners will be announced on Dec. 20.
The Top Fabricator of the Year category recognizes the most meticulous and labor-intensive projects made by fabricators with Neolith slabs. Projects will be evaluated as “little great works of art” that are technically complicated and require outstanding knowledge, ingenuity and the skills to produce them. Fabricator entries must include projects completed between 2014-2017.
“My Neolith Project” targets design professionals that have recently developed a major hospitality project incorporating Neolith in multiple applications, such as façades, flooring, cladding, kitchens, bathrooms, furniture, swimming pools and more. To be eligible, the project must have been completed between 2013-2017.
“Neolith New Talents” is targeting architecture and interior-design students enrolled in at least one class from 2016-2018. Neolith is challenging participants to design a hotel, and its different spaces, including façade, reception and a complete en suite bathroom.
To show the versatility of Neolith sintered stone, the product must be integrated in at least two different applications in each room, such as flooring, cladding, exterior façade, furniture, worktops and more. With no limit on budget or size, projects must have high-design, without compromising functionality or lifestyle. Versatile materials are key, as well as modular furniture and open-and-multi-purpose-spaces.
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- Published: 24 October 2017 24 October 2017