Roca’s One Day Design Challenge comes to the UK
Roca’s internationally acclaimed One Day Design Challenge is coming to the UK for the first time this year. Taking place on Saturday 17 June at the Roca London Gallery, this exciting competition invites young designers to showcase their creative talents and design innovative concepts for bathroom-related spaces. The winner or winning team will receive a prize on the day of £1000.
“The One Day Design Challenge will also take place in Lisbon, Madrid and Barcelona, Russia, UAE, Oman, Shangai, Hong Kong, but this year is the first opportunity for the UK design community to show what they can do,” said Alan Dodds, Roca UK’s Managing Director. “This intense day of competition both supports and engages emerging designers in the drive to improve the bathroom experience, focusing our brightest minds on functional considerations as well as matters of space, sustainability and well-being. Roca encourages all contestants to be bold in demonstrating their innovation, creativity and design intelligence. We’re looking forward to an exhilarating day of competition.”
Entries will be judged on their creativity, originality and viability as well as the clarity and graphic design of the showcase presentations. The One Day Design Challenge jury will be announced shortly.
Alongside the £1000 prize for the competition winner or winning team, cash prizes will also be awarded on the day for second and third places at £650 and £350 respectively.
The competition is open to students or young professionals aged between 18 and 29 years old, studying or working within the design, architecture or product design fields.
Participants can take part as individuals or in groups of two or three by registering here up until Wednesday 14th June 2017. They can choose to enter the competition remotely and submit an entry via the website or work on site at the Roca London Gallery on Saturday 17th June. Candidates participating at the RLG can also register in person at the Roca London Gallery on the day of the event itself, from 9.00am until 10.00am. The number of participants at Roca London Gallery is limited to 45.