Join the young designer competition for outdoor living at the spoga+gafa and become a “unique youngstar”!

Join the young designer competition for outdoor living at the spoga+gafa and become a “unique youngstar”!

spoga+gafa, taking place in Cologne from August 30 through September 1, 2015, is the world’s leading trade fair for the leisure and garden sector. The garden unique segment is a distinct platform for high-end garden furniture at spoga+gafa that is becoming ever more popular. In order to support young, aspiring design talents in this sector, the “unique youngstar” design competition was set up in 2013. Do you have creations for outdoor living that you would like to share with the world? Then now it’s your chance to enter your designs! Read
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Transcending British and Nordic Sensibilities

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