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Competition

IDEASxWOOD

Edition 2020/2021

Every project will count. Your project will count.
Be inspired. Get excited. And show the world how it’s done.

Deadline
31 May 2021
Total prizes
10.000 €
Announcement and registration procedures

TABU, for the first time in its long history, launches a Contest: a competition of ideas for university students and designers Under 40.

Ideasxwood is the most important contest in the industry of wood and it is supported by ADI, FederlegnoArredo and FSC® Italia and is a yearly international contest.

Main partner is Carpanelli.

This is a project with a strong educational impulse designed to support the knowledge of wood and its esteem as a renewable material that’s sustainability can be planned for the future generations. TABU represents the Italian excellence in the dyeing of wood, it is located in Cantù (CO) and it produces dyed natural veneers, multilaminars and a selection of dyed textured surfaces for the Furniture and the Interior Design sector.

 

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