Sono cinque i progetti finalisti che da lunedì 15 settembre si sfidano online per la conquista del titolo di vincitore della prima edizione di MakeMore, il contest promosso da Veneta Cucine, in collaborazione con MakeTank (www.maketank.it).
Dopo la selezione della giuria, la scelta del progetto vincitore passa agli utenti che collegandosi al sito www.make-more.it potranno prenotare l’oggetto preferito contribuendo a fargli raggiungere per primo, entro il 15 novembre 2014, il budget richiesto. Una prenotazione che permetterà di garantirsisi in anteprima una copia del prodotto.
La giuria composta da Daniela Archiutti (Art Director Veneta Cucine), Andrea Branzi (architetto e designer), Dante Donegani e Giovanni Lauda (architetti), Laura De Benedetto (cofondatrice di MakeTank) ed Eleonora Ricca (designer e impenditrice-Vectorealism) ha selezionato i 5 progetti finalisti del contest, tra gli oltre 80 ricevuti.
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