Spoga Gafa offer 7,000 euro prize

German trade show Spoga Gafa is offering a prize for an outdoor living product designer.

The competition is for young designers, who have completed their degree no longer than three years ago, as well as design students.

Designers also have the opportunity to exhibit their prototypes at spoga+gafa 2016 (4 to 6 September). The entry deadline is 1 April 2016.

Last year, a total of 75 projects from 32 countries were submitted to the unique youngstar contest.

See http://www.spogagafa.com/spogagafa/Landing-Pages/Contest-young-star-garden-unique/index.php

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