Staron® Solid Surfaces is a quality surfaces material and has been used across the globe from small to large projects by some of the world’s leading designers and architects. The design versatility made possible by using Staron® is extensive, and we have seen some simple, creative and complex designs using the product nationally and internationally.
To celebrate this design versatility, the Staron® Design Awards was created over nine years ago.
The Staron® Design Awards are open to any designer, architect, developer, kitchen/bathroom designer, student or any other designer who has created a design project using Staron® Solid Surfaces. The design awards have been designed to create exposure for students, designers and architects using Staron® in outstanding design. The aim is to recognise and celebrate beautiful design at all levels – from a young designer’s vision, who creates concepts and ideas all the way through to an experienced designer/architect who has been in the business for years. The program is open in three categories.
The Commercial category is open to any installed commercial/industrial project with a prize of $2000 cash plus marketing exposure for the winner.
The Residential category is open to any installed house/apartment project with a prize of $1000 plus marketing exposure for the winner.
The Concept category is open to any ‘idea’ or concept that has not been realised yet. This can be a drawing, graphic or sketch, with a prize of $250 plus marketing exposure.
The Staron® Design Awards are now open for entries till 31st January 2019. Entry to the Staron® Design Awards is free and easy and can be made online at www.staron.com.au
Feature Image: Past Staron Design Award winning design by Mark Gacesa, Ultraspace.
Image 2: Past Staron Design Award winning design by iredale pedersen hook architects. Photography by Peter Bennetts.
Image 3: Past Staron Design Award winning design by Brilliant SA.
Image 4: Past Staron Design Award winning design by Bellwood Group.
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