Winning project 2012: “Fade” By Catherine Aitken, photo: Malene Jorck Heide
Poul Madsen, CEO at Normann Copenhagen elaborates: ”Stockholm Furniture Fair is a fantastic forum for the winner of Time to Design to be part of. It gives the designer a huge visibility and will allow the winner to meet suppliers, manufacturers, and clients. This will elevate an already solid award to a new level.”
Winning project 2011: “Petites Fréres” by Millia Seyppel, photo: Erika Svensson
Are you a designer in the beginning of your career and do you want to develop a project in a professional environment – and then exhibit it – apply before June 14 2013 via www.timetodesign.eu.
Winning project 2010: “Developing Time – Time Developing” by Siren Elise Wilhelmsen, photo: Miriam Lehnart
The fair takes place February 4 – 8, 2014 and is the worlds largest meeting place for Scandinavia furniture design with exhibitors from 58 countries over the world and a total of 31,150 visitors in 2013.
Winning project 2009: ”Spaciale Series” by Lanzavecchia + Wai, photo: Davide Farabegoli
ABOUT TIME TO DESIGN
Since the beginning in 2008, Time to Design has been designed to be a unique platform, which can bring young designers further in a professional career.
Winning project 2008: “Saturated Porosity” by Anne Romme, Photo: Normann Copenhagen
Besides the opportunity to exhibit in Stockholm, the winner receives:
- A three month residency at The Danish Art Workshops
- 6700 Euro to cover material costs sponsored by TA, the Danish Association of Wood and Furniture Industries
- Individual career coaching by OeO
- A two week exhibition in the Normann Copenhagen Flagship Store