Register: AUG/31/2018, Submit: AUG/31/2018, Eligibility: Students, graduates 2017/18 and students of master’s studies in the field: interior design, product design, interior decoration, fashion, art and design; students of universities or schools in UK, Fee: Free, Awards: Winner 30,000 GBP (Pound sterling), 5 Category Winners 1,000 GBP each, Visionary Tutors
In collaboration with recognised SBID universities, with the support of industry members, competition sponsors and our partner, Be Open Think Tank, students across the creative industries are invited to enter the SBID student design competition by submitting their end of year project and propose a Course Leader as Visionary Tutor 2018 in the aim of winning the coveted prizes. SBID created this equal opportunity across their membership and industry to bring imagination, collaboration, education and business together to improve, celebrate and create great minds and amazing outcomes.
The five creative categories are:
- Interior Design
- Interior Decoration
- Product Design
The entries must meet the following requirements:
- Qualities such as originality of expression, individualism, creative use of materials and presentation are among some of the criteria considered.
- Students must demonstrate individualism, imagination in concept and in skilful use of materials.
- Sculptures; paintings; fashion collections etc, should be photographed for assessment. There will be no restrictions on size and/or material used.
- All works must be properly presented, and may be framed, dressed or presented in a raw format, the presentation format does not contribute to the judging criteria.
- Selected works may be requested to be displayed at the venue during the awards ceremony.
The Society of British and International Design (SBID) is the professional body registered in the UK to accredit professionals in interior design. In Brussels, at the European Council of Interior Architects (ECIA), we are the British professional body and representative for interior design. We also provide the route to market for universal interior design education in the UK through the European Charter of Education.
We regulate and promote the interior design profession for our members; maintain the highest educational and professional shared standards; protect clients and consumers via a strict international code of ethics and conduct and provide impartial advice and guidance for our accredited professionals. We consult around the world to improve and progress the profession of interior design and we lobby government for improvement where relevant.