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Reminder: Detroit’s Design SuperStar Challenge

By |2018-01-16T03:20:10-05:00September 20th, 2007|News|

DETROIT – While entries continue to pour in, anyone interested in entering Detroit’s Design SuperStar Challenge will have to do so soon. The entry deadline is fast approaching, with all submissions due on Friday, Sept. 28.
This showcase, intended to provide a platform for Detroit’s underrepresented design talent, will allow amateur interior decorators to submit their visions for the interior design and furnishing of a two-bedroom, two-bath or one-bedroom, one-bath floor plan for a chance to win cash prizes.
“This is a prime opportunity for Detroit’s design talent to showcase their abilities and in an Albert Kahn designed landmark structure,” said David Farbman, co-president of Farbman Group and Garden Court spokesperson. “Not only will this help build the winner’s resume, it will also provide them longevity in their craft with the design of one of Garden Court’s condos.”
Applications will be accepted in-person at Garden Court Condominiums, or online at Deliver all design boards to the Garden Court by 4 p.m., Sept. 28.

Cast ballots at Online voting commences Oct. 1, 2007, and the three first-round winners will be announced the week of Oct. 21, 2007. Garden Court Condominiums is located at 2900 E. Jefferson at Jos. Campau in Detroit.

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