Roca One Day Design Challenge tests not only the creativity of the participants in the competition, but also their capacity to manage time. We share some tips to help you manage your work time better at the competition.
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In light of the restrictions imposed by the current pandemic, some editions will be held online, depending on the health situation of each country.
The winners of the first prize of the thirteen editions of the Roca One Day Design Challenge held in 2019 have been invited to a very special event: a grand final in Barcelona. Roca has brought them together in this city, birthplace of the competition eight years ago, to participate in a full, varied and demanding program, linked to innovation, design and the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
We have reasons to celebrate! The prestigious Red Dot Awards have awarded Roca One Day Design Challenge with a design and creativity prize in the Spatial Communications - Event Design category.
If you follow this journal, this means that you know about the One Day Design Challenge, but you might not know that Roca organizes another design contest, jumpthegap®. With a different format, jumpthegap® is biannual and it is currently celebrating its eighth edition.
On July 16th and 17th, a group of participants from all One Day Design Challenge and jumpthegap® editions took part in an event in Barcelona with the aim of creating a community of professionals around the brand and the disciplines linked to Architecture and Design.
Roca reaffirms its commitment to the development and promotion of young talent through partnerships with young professionals. If some time ago it was Alexandra Barrachina, winner of the first One Day Design Challenge, who designed some settings for Roca's Thinbig® tiles, now it is the turn of winner of the 2014 Spanish edition of One Day Design Challenge, and his accessories brand , created in 2015.
This video is an account of all the activities of the Roca One Day Design Challenge carried out throughout 2017
Interview with Tomoko Sakamoto, Japanese architect in charge of carrying out the Manual Thinking workshop for the winners of the Spanish edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge 2016.