The Infiniti “Green Factor Design Contest” is back

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  • The jury of the Infiniti “Green Factor Design Contest”
  • The chair Loop 3D Vinterio by Infiniti Design
  •  Green Factor Design Contest, special brunch made by chef Mirko Ronzoni

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3 MAR 2017
Aimed at designers and architects of under 35 years of age from all over the world, the new edition of the Green factor design contest, promoted by Infiniti, chooses wood as the main protagonist of a challenge inspired by the concept of eco-sustainability

You have until 13 July 2017 to enter your designs by uploading them at www.infinitidesign.it and taking part in the competition that is also promoted this year by Infiniti, the Treviso-based company that has made eco-sustainable production one of the cornerstones of its business model. Requirements: you must be 35 or under, a designer or architect, you must believe in respecting the environment and of course… you must believe you have the “green factor”!

An initiative designed for young professionals so they can channel their fresh and innovative creativity in a challenge whose main protagonist is that most green of materials: wood. In fact, candidates will have to design and create a pair of products in eco-sustainable and recyclable wood, eliminating or minimising the use of other materials. Chair and stool or armchair and table which, in the event of a ‘podium finish’, will not only secure the winner € 5000 but may also be industrialised with the Infiniti Design brand.

The winner will be announced in September and will be chosen by a jury of experts which, as well as architect Stefano Boeri as chair, will include director of Interni Gilda Bojardi, head of design at H-Farm Timothy O’Connell and Marco Ceccato, sales and marketing director of OMP Group.

“Thanks to this competition we have uncovered young talent and some very interesting projects - commented Ceccato -. It is an activity in which the company believes very strongly because it always bears fruit in terms of product development and vision”.

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