Montana and P5 Studio have named the winner of Freeplay Vol. 1 contest and you stand the chance to win your favourite design.
30 January 2019
Text by Asih Jenie
A total of eight local design practices competed in Montana x P5 Studio Freeplay Vol. 1 last year. Freeplay is an annual design initiative and competition to promote local design talents initiated by Danish furniture brand Montana and its Singapore retailer P5 Studio. Competition entries must use Montana’s 36 modules, which are available in four depths and 42 colours – lending virtually limitless possibilities.
Montana and P5 Studio revealed the eight stunning designs at a festive launch party on Thursday evening, 24 January 2019 at P5 Studio at 213 Henderson Road.
Montana founder Peter Larssen announced the competition winner via a live Skype session from Montana headquarter in Denmark. The winning design went to Totem by Wynk Collaborative.
A nod to HAL 9000’s mainframe in the cult-classic retro sci-fi flick 2001 A Space Odyssey, Totem is a quirky monolith designed as an occasional cabinet for daily rituals. Totem can be used as an organiser, a stand-up vanity cabinet, a reading shelf – the possibilities are endless. Users are encouraged to explore the ways Totem can assist them in their daily lives.
Totem will be featured at 3daysofdesign, one of Denmark’s most important annual design events in 2020 with Freeplay competition winners from other countries. It will compete will other Montana Freeplay winners from the region. The regional winning product at 3daysofdesgn will be added to Montana’s international collection.
One lucky voter of the most-voted design will receive the designer’s piece! The winner will be randomly chosen from the pool of voters.
So be quick. Contest ends 10 February 2019 midnight, Singapore time. Terms and conditions apply.
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