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The total prize pool in the competition is 50,000 euros

You can also get publications in Elle Decoration and White Mad, trips to Milan and internships at the best architectural offices in Paris, Warsaw and Lviv.

Prizes Ist stage

10/01/2020 - 30/04/2020

3 Laureates
in the category Young Power

finalist status, ELLE Decoration subscription, publication on TDA and Tubądzin website, company profile on FB and in Elle Decoration Magazine, graphics tablet

3 Laureates
in the category Everyday Design

finalist status, ELLE Decoration subscription, publication on TDA and Tubądzin website, company profile on FB and in Elle Decoration Magazine, 250 euro

3 Laureates
in the category Unlimited Architecture

finalist status, ELLE Decoration subscription, publication on TDA and Tubądzin website, company profile on FB and in Elle Decoration Magazine, graphics tablet

What's more

Winners of individual categories will also be appreciated by the Official Partners of Tubądzin Design Awards - AQForm, Grohe and Terma, by awarding valuable vouchers for the Partners' products. In addition, projects containing products from AQForm, Grohe and Terma have a chance to receive a special prize funded by the competition's Partners.

Main Prize

In the 3rd edition of Tubądzin Design Awards you can choose the main prize after winning the Grand Prix. #freedom is the choice between flying to Abu Dhabi or to Iceland. In addition, the winner receives 2,500 euros. Feel the freedom and unlimited possibility of inspiration.

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Iceland - #nature

Iceland is located only two degrees south of the northern Arctic Circle. It is one of the few countries where you can marvel at the Northern Lights. The capital of Iceland is one of the leading pro-ecological cities in the world. A trip to Iceland will connect the world of nature with architecture and show how these two areas intertwine.

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Abu Dhabi/Masdar - #future

The first fully ecological city built in the United Arab Emirates. The city's uniqueness lies in the fact that it does not emit carbon dioxide and is powered only by renewable energy, mainly solar, wind, water and biofuel. Masdar combines the latest technologies, contemporary architecture and natural energy sources to show what cities of the future can look like. The project is widely supported by the international environmental organisation WWF.