“Adarafit”, “Flech” and “Seediment”, the winning projects of the 7th Edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Spain, will be exhibited at the “Dulce Agua” exhibition, which will be hosted at the CentroCentro space in Madrid.
Showing articles with tag: Winners' Growth.
Nil Peguero succeeds with his “ALBA” lamp after winning the 8th edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Barcelona
The design, which is one step ahead of the current market for children’s lighting and is appealing for young and old alike, was awarded the ADI Bronze Medal 2020, presented by the Industrial Design Association (ADI-FAD), based in Barcelona.
Alma Laut, winner of 8th edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Madrid, second best design student in Spain in 2020
The Spanish Society of Academic Excellence (SEDEA) has designated Alma Laut, winner of the second prize at the eighth edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Madrid, as the second best design student in Spain in 2020.
In this interview we discover a bit more about her career, her future prospects and her vision of design and creativity.
Winner of the second prize at the Roca One Day Design Challenge held in Poland in 2019, Paulina has just written an article for rocagallery.com in which she analyzes how post-industrial buildings can become housing complexes.
The two winners of the Roca One Day Design Challenge Portugal 2019, and participants at the Master Design Challenge, have created the brand and a design studio together with Mafalda Coutinho. They focus on the development of projects within the context of product design.
Let’s discover more about the brand!
The winner of the 1st edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge in Poland (2018) has designed a metal “mask” that protects our image from facial recognition algorithms used by modern cameras installed in public spaces.
Bárbara Gomes, graduate in Design from the Faculty of Architecture, University of Lisbon, and winner of the first-place prize in Portugal 2020, is a versatile product designer and has recently started developing her own projects.
The situation surrounding COVID-19 is lasting longer than what we thought. However, we are lucky that during this time we remain connected, despite our confinement.
The career of a designer is made up of different moments in time that, years later, end up being critical in their professional path. An iconic design that marked an era, a stay in another country, or their work as a junior designer in this or that company. We at Roca One Day Design Challenge would like the participation in the competition to be one of those key experiences.
Sometimes, the simplest things tend to be the most practical and versatile. NUA, an ensemble made of a compact basin, a faucet and a mirror, aims to delve into minimalism by adapting one design to different bathroom styles and locations. It is a project by Anna Rudnicka, Anna Wozniakowska and Paweł Lasota, inspired by the test they faced at the Roca One Day Design Challenge, where they won the third prize of the 2018 Polish edition with Liky.