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Eight Finalists Unveiled @ 2010 Design Lab Competition


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Eight finalists have survived the final cut of this year’s Electrolux Design Lab Competition. Each designer has created a modern and consumer-friendly concept for compact living. In the final round of the competition, the finalists will present their submissions to a panel of judges and stand to win exciting prizes.

Competition gets steeper as 17 designers are now eliminated from the Electrolux Design Lab 2010 competition. Each of the eight remaining finalists has come up with a unique and innovative design as a solution to compact living.

Electrolux Design Lab 2010 finalists from Asia

The finalists (in no particular order) are Daniel Dobrogorsky (Australia)- designer of “The Kitchen Hideaway”, Peter Alwin (India)- designer of “The Snail”, Matthew Gilbride (USA)- designer of “Elements Modular Kitchen”, Ahi Andy Mohsen (Iran)- designer of the “Eco Cleaner”, Yuriy Dmitriev (Russia)- designer of the “Bio Robot Refrigerator”, Michael Edenius (Sweden)- designer of the “Clean Closet”, Guo Lichen (China)- designer of the “Dismount Washer” and Nicolas Hubert (France)- designer of the “External Refrigerator”.

Electrolux Design Lab 2010 finalists submissions. For larger images, please visit Electrolux’s Flickr page.

These finalists are to present their respective appliance designs in London, before a jury of expert judges and the winner stands to win the grand prize of an internship with the Electrolux global design centre and £5,000. Second and third prize winners will receive £3,000 and £2,000, respectively. The finals will take place this September.

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