igloohome, a Singapore-based smart access company, is organising its very first design challenge, which is aptly named the igloohome Design Challenge: Circuit Disrupt.
Supported by the InfoComm Media Development Authority, Singapore Management University, National University of Singapore and more, Circuit Disrupt aims to have participants create concepts or prototypes that contribute to smarter ways of living. What they come up with can range from digital tools, physical products, service proposals, to even spatial designs.
Participants who submit entries centred around smart access might also stand a chance to have their ideas come to life with the help of igloohome.
“At igloohome, we value innovation and want to co-create a world without keys with the community. We believe that everyone has brilliant ideas on ways to contribute to smarter living, and we want to provide a platform as well as the resources to propel these ideas into reality.” says Anthony Chow, CEO and Co-founder of igloohome.
With this design challenge, igloohome also hopes to encourage creativity amongst Singaporeans.
Submissions to the igloohome Design Challenge is open from now till 1 June 2020. Aside from cash prizes, winners of the Design Challenge will also stand to walk away with a number of other prizes including hotel stays at Shangri-la Hotel and lyf by Ascott.
Those interested can visit the igloohome Design Challenge webpage for more information.
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