The Corian® Design Awards is nationally recognised as a successful medium to promote local designers for their creative use of Corian® within their field of expertise. Launched by CASF Australia in 2006, the awards celebrate the best in residential and commercial design from across the country.
This years Grand Prize winners will receive a trip to Paris Design Week with us!
How It Works
Entry to the Corian® Design Awards for 2024 is open now. All Specifiers, Architects/ Designers and Students are eligible to enter. Partners (such as shop fitters and Corian® Fabricators) may enter on behalf of the Designer.
There are two categories: Residential and Commercial. A minimum of 4 projects from each category will be shortlisted to go into the final pool of candidates, whereby an overall winner in each category will be selected. The overall winners will be selected by an independent judging panel assembled by CASF and will be announced in November 2024. The overall winners will receive the Major Prize of a trip to Paris Design Week with CASF. The prize includes return economy airfares from any Australian capital city and twin share accommodation with breakfast daily.
Entering the Corian® Design Awards is simple. All you need to do is tell us about your work by completing an entry form and upload all relevant high resolution images of your project design. Please note that all images supplied must be in high resolution 300dpi format.
By submitting an entry, all entrants warrant that they have permission from all parties including clients, copyright holders and collaborators to allow CASF Australia and its partners to publish their work on their website and in any associated promotional materials, without limitation.
Please read our full Terms and Conditions* about the promotion for more information.
The Corian® Design Awards are open to Australian residents only and the major prize must be taken from an Australian capital city.
Since its launch in 1967, Corian® has embodied an innovating spirit of ongoing progress and evolution. A solid surface material like no other, Corian® has become emblematic of the capability of design and technology to truly transform projects, bringing ideas to life and forging ahead on pathways previously thought impossible.
Over the years, it has become a staple of Australian commercial and residential design that is regularly used in kitchens, bathrooms, sinks and basins, reception counters, wall cladding and outdoor environments. Unmatched in versatility, ease of installation and maintenance, Corian® has seen successful application in everything from apartments, office, health and aged care facilities to hospitality and retail environments.
In 2006, in line with this fearless, pioneering spirit, CASF launched the Corian® Design Awards, which have been held annually ever since. Celebrating the ingenuity and astounding, vibrant creativity with which the Australian design industry is currently abounding, the Awards recognise local designers who have made remarkable and innovative use of Corian® in their design practice.
In previous years, the Awards have rewarded cutting edge design and forward thinking in projects across all commercial and residential subsectors. From hospitals and offices to airports and high-end apartments, past judging panels have looked beyond project types to identify bold, divergent thinking, dexterous material use, and impeccable craftsmanship.
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