CarpetVista Design Competition
CarpetVista postpones this year's Design Competition to 2021
We know that the design competition is a highlight during the year for many of our participants and also for us at CarpetVista, therefore it is with great sadness in our hearts that we have decided to cancel the Design Competition this year. Due to prevailing circumstances with Covid-19, we have come to the decision to focus on 2021 instead.
We want to take this opportunity and thank all of our participants for your fantastic contributions throughout the years.
Get inspired by them here
We are looking forward to your contributions in 2021.
More information about the design competition is coming in 2021, stay up-to-date with our mails and on social media!
CarpetVista's Design Competition Team
We are totally overwhelmed with the 8 000 designs, from over 90 countries! A celebration to art and creativity. All designers have our depest respect for the time put in to the contributions. Thank you! After the jury, the peoples voice have finally landed on the 10 winners presented below.
The spotty cat Guzel Garipova Russia
I graduated as an architect from Kazan State University of Building and Construction 2011, then Studied illustration and graphic design in Prague school of design. I have worked as a freelance illustrator, a graphic designer and an art director since 2008. This spotty cat in the carpet is posing in a thoughtful way and trying to mimic the background.
charcoal Eden den Hertog Netherlands
I'm an amateur 16-year-old artist from Holland, that loves graphic design and digital art. Besides school I spend a lot of time doing artwork. This design is inspired by coal that has been lit, of which the fire is slowly fading out. The same way coal is an unsustainable fossil fuel that is slowly but surely not being used anymore.
Don't leaf me Paula Grzybowska Poland
I'm 26 and I'm a fresh textile design graduate from Poland. Throughout mystudies I have been mostly focusing on minimalistic, black and white projects. Curently I'm starting to incorporate more colours and structures to my designs. My personal, minimalistic take on the botanical world.
CATALPA Aneta Doległo Poland
I am an interior designer educated in Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow. In my projects I look for timeless design with personal expression. I belive that well designed spaces can improve our lives. The rug was inspired by leaves falling from the trees. The form was simplified, multiplied and dressed up in sophisticated colours.
Balance/Imbalance Pippa Shaw France
I am an artist and designer who is inspired by my love of nature. My work is rooted in classic design principles and imbued with a fresh, contemporary aesthetic; I love to make art that sparks the imagination that can transport us from the hustle and bustle of modern-day life. Inspired by balance and imbalance in nature. The most important issue of our time.
Boho Fish Beata Basińska Poland
I'm an artist and furniture designer. I live and work in Poland. I'm fascinated by the beauty of nature, bionics, architecture and anthropology.I love to photograph, read and get inspired. The Boho Fish project is a geometric and dynamic composition. The pattern and neutral colors are inspired by nature. Lines create an interesting pattern of fish.
Everything is still Sasha Moiseeva Russia
I'm a graphic designer and decorator and I'm impressed with meaningful, visually pleasing solutions to any problems in completely different fields. To think and create is a very valuable and enjoyable activity for me. Simply. Concisely. Still.
COLORFUL KNOT Kagithakar Ethiraaji India
I'm a childhood artist and cartoonist having participated in more than 20 International Art Competitions for the past 3 months. In addition, I am a post-graduate in Commerce in Madras University, Tamil Nadu, India. I am curious in making my designs that "sprit of seeing is an enjoyable process".
BASKETBALL COURT Sonniewing Yeung Hong Kong
I have the experience for the graphic design and visual merchandiser and worked in different design studio and fashion brands. And I started my ownaccessory label at 2013. I always using colour-blocking the geometric to develop my design. The basketball court is amazing place, it can make people have a different emotions.
Tigre Jahangir Saed Sweden
Born in Iran1974. Moved too Sweden when I was 13 years old. I rarely planwhat to draw/design or create. It starts in photoshop with a sketch and then I see where it leads me. I wanted to design a modern, playful interpretation of tiger stripes with a softer and modern color where you could see movement and harmony.
Beside the 10 top winners based on votes, the Jury selected their favorite design.
"With an exciting and unexpected technique a visual look is created where playfulness meets the magic of nature. A design with high recognition done in a very artistic and interesting way."
Bear Aleksandra Perec Poland
I'm Aleksandra Perec I'm a Polish illustrator, sculptor and graphic designer based in Warsaw. Bear carpet design is inspired by nature. Bears in Poland are protected, the more these animals are special in my country. The design of the bear carpet is made using the Batik technique - beeswax painting on fabrics.
This year we received over 8 000 fantastic submissions. To say the least, it has been a daunting task to select the 25 finalists. The jury based their selection on design skills, uniqueness and aesthetics.
David is a creative leader with 30 years of experience creating, developing and running projects in areas such as design- / product and business development, branding and communication, both in Sweden and abroad.
Stefan "Trendstefan" Nilsson is Sweden's most medial trend spotter. Constantly on the move he talks about interior design, food, fashion and lifestyle and is regularly featured in channels such as TV4, Sweden's Radio and a variety of different magazines. This year, Trendstefan looks a little extra for purple madness and sustainable projects.
Carin is in charge of both creative and purchase decisions for one of the world's largest online carpet stores. She has years of experience driving conceptual creative designs into sales for several commercial companies.
Daniella works as Interior Designer and Stylist with the camera as her best tool. She has developed a personal style that is recognized in her pictures., where focus lies in the light, nature, shapes and nuances. Daniella has several on going projects and around the corner lies the release of a collection she has designed for a Swedish interior designer.