officially part EERA Contest 2016, the second edition of the contest of interior design launched by EERA stone solutions for architecture, with the 'Association sponsorship for Industrial Design (ADI) delegation Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige.
It is the online notice "BATH LOWER: functionality and aesthetics in the limit of 6 sq.m.", The second edition of the interior design competition organized by EERA stone solutions for architecture - alone Italian atelierStone dedicated to the world of wellness, spa and bath - with the 'Association for the sponsorshipIndustrial Design (ADI) delegation Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige. Participation is free and there is time until to 3 May to join the project, that will appeal to all architects and designers.
Participants are invited to design a minimal bathroom environment from the spatial point of view, but not devoid of aesthetic and comfort dimension. The projects will have to enhance the beauty and the marble potential in interior part of a typical city residential apartment.
Will an expert jury to assess projects and choose the winner, chaired by Marco ZitoArchitect and designer, Associate Professor of Product Design at the IUAV University of Venice, and comprises: OscarHills, Co-founder and columnist for The Bathroom Today and Tomorrow, member of the Permanent Observatory of Design, at ADI; Alessandro Lolli, Director of Design Context; Michela Baldessari, Designer, board member of ADI - Delegation Veneto and Trentino Alto Adige, the Design History at University of Fine Arts in Brescia; Laura de Stefano, Architect, consultant Marmomacc cultural events; Alberto Salvadori, Art director EERA stone solutions for architecture.
The winning project will be realized by the EERA in close collaboration with its creator in the months of June and July 2016 and will be installed at the showroom of Sega di Cavaion (Verona); The project will be realized then exposed concurrently with the marble industry's leading trade fair marmomacc (28 September - October 01 2016). Following the proclamation will be held in the presence of the media; on that occasion it will be presented the designs of the other projects submitted. The winner of the contest will also be entitled to a flat-rate fee of € 2.000 for the detailed development of the project.
The initiative stems from the desire of EERA stone solutions for architecture, company born from the passion and experience of the company CEV Marbles & Granites for working stone, to involve the "experts" in a project that is in line with its values. The EERA showroom is a meeting place for architects and designers, a real laboratory of knowledge and projects, where the raw material finds its highest expression in unique creations: here are six "bath spaces" and a wellness area made natural stone, here you can discover the latest innovations in the industry, with the chance to meet the ideal partners to carry out projects together. EERA is a place where the stone as raw material becomes "primordial element", versatile and dynamic, from which spring true works of art.
explains Andrea Crescini, commercial director of EERA and member of the third generation of the family
founder: "With this announcement, which will award the project of a contemporary bathroom and possible, we
we propose to transmit all the power and benefits of using the stone, involving creative in
an initiative which is not only a competition, but also an opportunity for discussion and collaboration through a
original theme and a great stimulus. "
"The theme of the announcement," The minimal bathroom: functionality and aesthetics in 6 sqm "limits, was born drawing inspiration from the values that
CEV guide the company and its EERA showroom » explains Marco Zito, president of the jury. "A bathroom
of 6 square meters it is in fact representative of contemporary residential homes, where the designer is called to a
challenge: compete with limited space and at the same time enhancing the beauty of the environments through the use of
stone and design. "
The announcement of the competition is available on the EERA website at the following link: http://goo.gl/14Eryc