Aim of the Competition
In a time when new international design competitions - mostly very expensive ones - are springing up like British boy bands, it is necessary to objectively review their quality and efficiency.
Is it worth me spending lots of money to enter my work in a competition, or should I just buy myself an '82 Bordeaux?
This is a pressing question for a growing number of studios and freelance designers who have neither time nor money to waste.
Our competition - now in its second year - aims to examine such competitions closely and to test
their quality: Who is on the jury? How much does entry cost? What do you get if you win? What is the international response to the competition?
© 2001 Alessio Leonardi