Date: 15 de junho de 2019
15 de junho de 2019
Roca One Day Design Challenge arrives to Australia to call young designers and architects to explore their creativity in its very first edition.
Next June 15th Roca One Day Design Challenge will take place in Melbourne, challenging design and architecture students and young professionals under the age of 30 to create original solutions and innovative concepts related to the bathroom space, in just one day.
The competition aims to promote and give visibility to young talent. The participants will face the challenge against the clock of providing solutions for the bathroom space according to the briefing announced early in the morning. Roca One Day Design Challenge in Australia counts on renowned professionals as members of the jury, who will value the originality, creativity and feasibility of the ideas presented.
Roca One Day Design Challenge is a design competition organized by Roca, a global reference in bathroom products, which takes place annually in different cities around the world. This year 2019 the competition is held in 15 countries.
Are you ready to join us and to challenge your creativity in just one day?
09:30 Briefing announcement and end of on-site registration
15:00 Beginning of Project submission
17:00 End of Project submission
17:00 Jury deliberation
19:00 Awards Ceremony
19:30 End of the event
Byron George is a registered architect and director of Russell & George, an award winning and experimental design and architecture practice with completed projects on 4 continents. The practice aims to challenge conventional notions of what design is and how it can make an impact on or celebrate the culture of a society. Byron’s own experience spans from small object to large scale architecture, and he approaches every client and project with the same mix of curiosity, energy and a fundamental belief in the ability of good design to change a person’s day for the better.
Shaynna Blaze is an award-winning Interior Designer, best known for her role on The Block and Selling Houses Australia. She has created stunning interiors in residential homes and commercial spaces for more than twenty years.
In 2012, Shaynna joined the team of design experts as a Judge on the Nine Network’s award-winning reality show The Block. In June 2018 Shaynna’s new show, Buying Blind, hit the screens.
In March 2014, Shaynna launched her exclusive rug range, Textured Coast by Shaynna Blaze, designed for The Rug Collection. Just a yeara later, Shaynna lit up the screens with her two-part special, Shaynna’sWorld of Design. The show documented Shaynna’s design journey as she worked towards creating an exclusive signature range of interior lighting.
Shaynna has grown to become one of Australia’s best-loved media personalities. In recent years, Selling Houses Australia has taken home a swag of ASTRA Awards for ‘Most Outstanding Lifestyle Program’ and ‘Favourite Australian Program’.
Australian Design Award Gold winner and two-time winner of the Reece Bathroom Innovation Award, Justin Wagemakers, is now part of the judging panel to help find Australia’s next design success story.
Justin has welcomed new cultures and ideas from a very young age, travelling extensively with his parents, who were diplomats.
Settling in The Netherlands, Justin graduated from The Design Academy, working with Scope Design Strategy and Phillips Design on innovative ventures such as the Noah’s Ark Experience Design project.
In 2006, Justin migrated to Australia and now works as a senior design manager at Blue Sky Design Group in Sydney. Justin has a great understanding of different cultures, people, languages and markets. Having worked on a broad range of projects from ANZ’s flagship store, Cochlear’s next generation of sound processors and Reece’s Milli Flow bathroom suite, Justin has an extensive knowledge across a broad range of the market.
Katelin is the editorial director at Architecture Media. Prior to her appointment as editorial director, Katelin was the design portfolio manager at Architecture Media, editor of Houses (2010-2018) and assistant editor of Architecture Australia (2005–2009).
She has coedited three books, The Forever House: Time-Honoured Australian Homes (2014), The Terrace House: Reimagined for the Australian Way of Life (2015) and The Apartment House: Reframing the Australian Dream, all published by Thames and Hudson.
Katelin holds a Bachelor of Environmental Design from the University of Tasmania and a Master of Architecture from the University of Melbourne. She has been a peer juror, exhibition curator, guest university critic and speaker at various industry events and conferences.
Born in Barcelona, Josep Delicado holds a Bachelor of Industrial/Mechanical Engineering from the prestigious Catalonia Polytechnic University.
Specialising in mechanical engineering, his profession began in the automotive sector with a focus on engineering and manufacturing before moving across to Roca Group. Josep’s career has spanned across 3 continents over the last 15 years, holding management positions and collaborating on the design of some of the bestselling ranges worldwide. Prior to his appointment as Managing Director for Roca Group Oceania, he has worked in the Group’s Head Office as well as managing Roca Group in South East Asia.
His career highlights have been developing Roca in markets at their infancy stage as well as building long term relationships with colleagues and customers from different parts of the world. For Josep, the definition of good design is about simplicity and satisfying the customers requirements - ultimately ‘less is more’.