ORMS announce a smartphone photo competition with winners revealed at a party on Tuesday 22nd May 2012 during Clerkenwell Design Week
With only twelve days left to go to Clerkenwell Design Week, ORMS and Zumtobel announce ‘Hidden Clerkenwell’ – an instant competition for the observant and the quick on the draw. The most compelling shot will win a fantastic night for two at The Rookery Hotel in Clerkenwell and runners up will receive a large framed print of their image, to be exhibited at The Clerkenwell Kitchen throughout Clerkenwell Design Week.
ORMS Architecture Design and lighting solutions company Zumtobel invite participants to submit smartphone images of ‘Hidden Clerkenwell’. The competition aims to expose Clerkenwell’s unseen and unheard and reveal its hidden gems.
All entries will be displayed by live digital projection at an exhibition party on Tuesday 22ndMay at the The Clerkenwell Kitchen.
An invitation is attached at the bottom of this email.
Competitors should email shots to firstname.lastname@example.org by midnight 20th May, along with their name, contact details and a small description of the image. File size should be 2MB maximum, the competition is open to smartphone images only and Instagram images are accepted.
5.30pm – 10.30pm
The Clerkenwell Kitchen
27 Clerkenwell Close
London, EC1R 0AT
ORMS look forward to receiving your entries and seeing you at The Clerkenwell Kitchen on 22ndMay.
Issued by: Stratton & Reekie
On behalf of: ORMS
For more information contact Katy Garland on tel: 020 7287 8456 or email: email@example.com
Note to Editors:
ORMS is a 50 strong team of architects and interior designers with a studio in Clerkenwell, London, and projects throughout the UK. ORMS has a passion for creating buildings that embody fresh ideas and exceptional attention to detail. ORMS places a strong emphasis on designing from the inside out. For ORMS an outstanding user experience is the ultimate measure of success. Despite its relatively small size, ORMS has a very broad portfolio including projects in the commercial, residential, education, leisure, retail and public sectors. ORMS' compact structure, collaborative ethos and pro-active knowledge transference enables innovations and ideas from each sector to be shared across the practice reinforcing ORMS ability to develop original solutions and win awards.