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Bisque marks 40th anniversary with design competition

11th July 2019 - 10:30am
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Radiator company Bisque has kicked off a new design competition to “find the next big thing” in luxury radiators, as well as marking its 40th anniversary.

“Budding designers and Bisque fans alike” are invited to submit their designs for luxury radiators, one of which will then be turned into Bisque’s newest model. The winner will also receive a cash prize.

Open until the 1st October, submissions will be judged by a panel of industry experts including journalists, designers and Bisque officials. The winning model will be unveiled during an exclusive preview in November.

The company has held a similar competition in the past, and the winning model – the Archibald, designed by Italian Leo Salzedo – is still one of the brand’s “most iconic and instantly recognisable radiators today”, Bisque said, adding that the model won the 2006 designboom competition.

“We are thrilled to be launching this competition to commemorate four decades of innovative radiators,” said Bisque brand leader Ellie Sawdy. “Here at Bisque we have always maintained that radiators don’t need to be boring, and this philosophy remains a core part of our brand’s ethos.

“We are equally excited by the fresh, young design talent the UK has to offer, so are incredibly excited to see what the British public comes up with.”

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