New Zealand carpet maker Cavalier Bremworth is on the hunt for great looking projects where its carpet has been used, and in return is offering a slue of prizes for winning entries, including an iPad and of course, bragging rights.
The Twist Design Challenge is open to all NZ registered architects and interior designers. The competition runs over three rounds with first round entries closing on 8 October.
The winner of each round will receive:-
- The top-spec 64MB Apple I-pad with 3G and wifi for your practice (or yourself) valued at $1350
- Your project showcased in the next edition of Twist magazine which comes out with Architecture NZ magazine. You’ll be interviewed and a professional photographer will take shots of the project for you to have.
- A great looking Saben satchel made of leather and the new chunky loop pile carpet from the Bremworth Collection.
The ultimate prize at the end of the three rounds for the best of the three winning entries is a fully catered cocktail party for 50 – useful for entertaining colleagues/clients/family or whoever’s passing by for Friday night drinks.
Entering is ridiculously easy – just upload pics and some words about the project via Cavalier Bremworth’s website – here.
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