Posted 24th April

Rational launches Aesthetic Kitchen Awards 2020

By KBBDaily on 24th April 2019 - 15:25pm
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German kitchen manufacturer Rational has launched the Aesthetic Kitchen Awards 2020, with the judging panel including Karim Rashid, Zafar Choudhary, Barbara Friedrich, Sergei Tchoban, Hans Winkler, and Ben Wu.

The design competition – open to retailers worldwide – was created to “establish a platform that aims to encourage kitchen designers and planners to interpret modern living and the kitchen in a unique way – culturally, creatively and socially”, according to Rational.

The awards will celebrate projects featuring a Rational kitchen, or elements of one, and are “considered to be forward-thinking in terms of their planning, design and execution”. The awards’ two categories are National (Best German Project) and International.

Three kitchens will also receive ‘highly commended’ status. The entry deadline for the awards is the 21st December 2019, with the official ceremony set to take place during the 2020 edition of kitchen furniture design fair EuroCucina in Milan.

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