The jury of the 4th Roca International Design Contest Jump the Gap has chosen the 11 finalists, of which one will be the winning entry, and whose name will be released this autumn in London.
This year's jury, chaired by the designer and architect Ron Arad, includes Gina Bojardi, Javier Mariscal, Marcel Wanders, John Anthony Sahs,Tomek Rygalik and Josep Congost.
Eleven finalists chosen from 3,004 entries from 92 countries for showing outstanding quality and innovation include:
Bathboard by Sylwia Ulicka Rivera
Recycle Water by Helder Rodrigues
Mist by Sylwester Szymanski and Katarzyna Hryniewiecka
Watersite by Agata Trybus
In & Out Shower by Michal Warykiewicz
Live bath-anemone by Irina Samoylova
Sliding Shower by Mario Ginevro
Bana Bender by Hong Ruei Hong and Lin Pin
Bath the transformer by Andrey Lebedev
Bath 2.0 by Fabrizio Tozzoli and Eliana Salazar
Roca Soap by Javier Jimenez and Eli Cayuela
For a full image gallery of the finalists, click here. Additional finalists included:
With this initiative, Roca aims to support young talents and working to identify conceptually innovative ideas that build a bridge between today and tomorrow.
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