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Architecture and Design Student Competition: CorkFloorDesign.com

Panel of prominent designers and architects will judge cork flooring design concepts

NEW YORK, Jan. 28, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A new design competition has been launched for Architecture and Design students.

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The 1st Annual Globus Cork Floor Design Competition has been launched and is open to Design and Architecture students of the NY region. Students and student groups can submit cork flooring design concepts online to a judging committee of prominent designers and architects who will select design finalists and a winner. The competition website is http://www.CorkFloorDesign.com

The creative possibilities of sustainable 100% cork tiles are very wide ranging with Globus Cork tiles. The company manufactures more than 2800 variations of cork tiles.  The winner will receive a $1500 cash prize and publication of their winning design through press releases and various media outlets and websites. The winning floor will be created and photographed by Globus Cork and will be donated to a deserving non-profit community center in NYC. The donated cork floor will be installed at no cost to the non-profit community center.

Register at http://www.corkfloordesign.com/

The sponsor Globus Cork is the only US-based manufacturer of colored cork floor and wall tiles. They offer 25 tile shapes and sizes in 38 colors and 3 different textures along with custom color and size capabilities through their website: www.CorkFloor.com. For further information, contact email or call (718) 742-7264.

Contact: Jennifer Biscoe, Marketing Dept. 
Tel. 718.742.7264 / Email

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SOURCE CorkFloorDesign.com

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