Student competition organized by LG Hausys Surfaces and Aloft Hotels Print
Wednesday, 27 January 2010 09:26

LG Hausys Surfaces and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. are have announced the official call for entries for the “2010 LG Hausys Surfaces Student Design Challenge with Aloft℠ Hotels.”

The contest challenges students throughout North America to design solid surface innovations for the hospitality industry, capturing the theme “where life happens“ Contestants are encouraged to utilize bold, modern design techniques.
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Five student finalists will be invited to Boston, MA to present their designs to a panel of judges comprised of architects, designers and media from the hospitality industry. The panel will announce the three grand prize winners of the challenge, who will move on to see their concepts come to life at the 22nd annual International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF) in New York City. The final designs will be displayed in one of the 40 plus global Aloft locations.

“This program is completely inclusive—allowing students to take their personalized design and work with our world class fabrication partners, meet representatives from the Aloft design team, and LG Hausys Surfaces to assure their idea will turn into a stunning, fashion-forward design suitable for one of the hottest emerging hotel brands,” said Michael Tasch, Director of Commercial Marketing, LG Hausys Surfaces North America.
The contest will accept entries until March 5, 2010.

For complete details and to submit your design, visit