Entering the JUST IMAGINE Awards is simple. Designers upload a photo of their project and answer three quick questions about their design via www.lucitelux.com. Any project completed using LuciteLux® between 2011 and 2013 is eligible.
The JUST IMAGINE Awards’ panel of judges includes:
- Alexandra Von Furstenberg, designer of modern furniture and president of AVF, LLC
- Anne-Louise Ewen, fine artist and Lucite® painter/sculptor
- Jamer Hunt, director of the experimental graduate program in transdisciplinary design at Parsons The New School for Design
- Jason Kelly Johnson and Nataly Gattegno, architects and founders of FUTURE CITIES LAB
- Ron Labaco, Marcia Docter curator for the Museum of Art & Design
- Simon Ellis, business director, Lucite International, Inc.
"We encourage all designers and design students who have embraced working with and creating designs using our brand, LuciteLux®, to enter,” said Ellis. “Our goal is for the JUST IMAGINE Awards to celebrate all of the interior designers and architects and fine artists who continue to use this wonderful material to bring their creative ideas to life, whether it is through edge-lit visual merchandising designs, installations in corporate office spaces, or anything in between.”
JUST IMAGINE Awards Details
Designers can submit their work via www.lucitelux.com through September 27, 2013. Designers from all industries are welcome to enter: architects, fabricators, fine artists, visual merchandising designers, furniture designers, interior designers, sign designers, commercial artists, fashion designers and design students.
The judging criteria are:
- To what extent does the entry optimize the properties and design qualities of LuciteLux® continuous cast or cell cast acrylic
- To what extent does the entry meet its defined purpose in a highly creative way
- To what extent does the entry demonstrate innovation and uniqueness
The JUST IMAGINE Awards will also honor a runner-up with inclusion in the winner’s news release, presence on the LuciteLux® social media pages and a mention in the making-of documentary.