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Bespoke Designed by You Challenge

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Samsung’s Bespoke refrigerators are designed to be fully customisable so that they can suit your unique lifestyle: you can choose from a range of colours and finishes to create a kitchen that reflects who you are and your lifestyle. But now, we’re taking this personalisation even further and giving you the chance to see your artwork brought to life on a Bespoke fridge in our design challenge!

 

Introducing #BespokeDesignedByYou – an innovative Samsung design made Bespoke by you.

 

To be in with a chance to win, all you need to do is to share your own original design for a Bespoke fridge. We’re looking for something innovative that makes the most of the unique modular design, and most of all, something that expresses your unique style!

 

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We have an amazing panel of judges who will select a winner: Yinka Ilori, a London based multidisciplinary artist; Kelly Hoppen, a prominent British interior designer and author; Sarah Douglas, Editor in chief of Wallpaper* magazine; and Harry Choi, Leader of Samsung Design Group.

 

Everyone who enters the competition will receive one year’s digital subscription to Wallpaper* Magazine. The top three finalists will win up to €5000, a Bespoke fridge with your design on it, and your design featured in Wallpaper* Magazine.

 

Head over to the contest page for all the terms and conditions and to find out how to enter.

 

We can’t wait to see your designs!

 

The Community Team 🤝


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