Registration now open for Roca One Day Design Challenge

by Hannah Grogan on Nov 1, 2018 in Products , Top Story
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Bathroom specialist Roca has announced details for the 2018 edition of the Hong Kong Roca One Day Design Challenge
The Roca One Day Design Challenge is a design competition organised by Roca. The competition takes place every year in different cities around the world. Students and professionals of the design and architecture fields under the age of 30 are challenged to create  products related to the bathroom space, in just one day.  The fourth edition of the Roca One Day Design Challenge will take place in Hong Kong on the December 1. As in previous editions, it will take place as part of the Business of Design Week in the city. The event is held as one of the BODW CityProg satellite events.

(Jury Member) Mr Eric Yim from Hong Kong Design Centre presents at the 2017 Roca One Day Design Challenge

Jury members Eric Yim from Hong Kong Design Centre and Fernando De La Cal from Roca present the winning awards of 2017 Roca One Day Design Challenge

All participating contestants of the Roca One Day Design Competition will have to prepare a proposal related to bathroom products based on a briefing announced that same morning. In this race against the clock, the participants will need to do their best to design a proposal that meets the expectations of the jury in terms of design, functionality and sustainability. Members of the jury are renowned professionals of each country that value the originality, creativity and feasibility of the ideas. Everything is going to be held in one day time limit.
Roca One Day Design Challenge event details:

Date: December 1
Time: 8:30am – 7pm
Venue: RocaConcepts, Wanchai

Register for the challenge, now!


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