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Design for a Changing World, a Competition by Delood

Delood in association with Casaviva Magazine and Living Divani is hosting its first international product design competition, Design for a Changing World. The challenge in this competition is to design contemporary products for a rapidly evolving world and society.

The Design for a Changing World competition is open to both professionals and students, which can submit as either individuals or groups.

The winner in this competition will have the opportunity of seeing his/her produced and exhibited in Athens, in February 2012.

Design for a Changing World

The world today is changing rapidly in ways that we have never seen before. Society, technology, the environment, everything seems to be in constant transformation, everything seems to evolve creating constantly new conditions. All that can be considered “contemporary” today, tomorrow may be “outdated”, and all that is considered given today, tomorrow may no longer exist.

In a world in such a rapid transformation, Delood is inviting you to design contemporary products that can persist in today’s non-stop evolving surroundings.

You are allowed to submit projects in the fields of: furniture, lighting, home accessories, tableware.

Your Design Produced + Exhibited in Athens in 2012

The winner will have the opportunity of seeing his/her work realized by Living Divani.

The top 3 winning entries will have their work exhibited in the Delood one year anniversary event to be held in Athens Greece in February 2012 and will also be published in the March 2012 issue of Casaviva magazine.

20 shortlisted entries will have their work featured in the Delood website.

Competition Regulations

  • The competition is open to both professionals and students.
  • Participants that choose to work as a team can only submit one project.
  • Projects should not be in production or previously exhibited.
  • Feasibility is as important as the idea of the project.
  • Participants can send up to four A3 panels consisting of: renders, mock ups, sketches, or technical drawings.

How to Submit?

Designs can be submitted online via the official website. Please consider that if you enter as an individual, you can submit one project per field. If you enter as a group, you can submit only one project.

For further questions please contact the organizers on: competition [at] (please replace [at] with @).