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Dulux Colour Awards 2014
Good design carefully nurtures the harmonious relationship between colour and form. The imaginative use of colour by architects and interior designers can redefine the spaces they create. For the last 28 years, our commitment to recognise inspirational thinking in the industry has rewarded those that share their projects, and this year is no exception.
The awards recognize the imaginative use of colour by architects and interior designers in redefining the spaces they create. The primary reference for judging your work will be the colour board, showing the colours and finishes used on the project. The colour board should be made from lightweight artboard or corflute, be A2 (420mm x 594mm) in size and landscape orientation.
Projects can be submitted into these categories:
• Commercial Interior
• Commercial Exterior
• Single Residential Interior
• Multi Residential Interior
• Single Residential Exterior
• Multi Residential Exterior
• Students (Years 1 to 6)
Projects entered into the professional categories of the Dulux Colour Awards must be completed within the past 12 months. Dulux Colour and Dulux Paint must have been used within the project.
There is no entry fee.
Entry is open to Architects, Interior Designers, Specifiers, Colour Consultants and Students of Interior Design or Architecture, up to one year of graduation that reside in Australia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea or Fiji.
A winner from each category will be selected and commendations will be awarded if the judges deem appropriate.
• Each category winner receives AUD $1,000 prize money, certificate and a trophy.
• Student category winner receives AUD $500 prize money, certificate and a trophy.
Moreover, Grand Prix Winner receives AUD $ 1,500 prize money, certificate and trophy. Plus return economy airfare and 5 nights accommodation to attend a feted design event. Travel insurance and transfers are also included.
Winners will be announced at an Awards ceremony on March 27th 2014, held in Melbourne.