Villeroy & Boch Bathroom Design Challenge

by | Nov 5, 2014 | Announcements


Villeroy & Boch have kicked off their first North American Designer Bathroom Challenge, inviting architects and licensed designers to develop a concept for a contemporary and multisensory bathroom design for the chance to win a trip to Germany.

Bathrooms are an essential part of daily life from the moment you jump into the shower in the morning to brushing your teeth before hopping into bed at night. While well-designed bath and wellness products that are easy to use and maintain are essential for functionality, when they are enhanced with complementing textures, sounds, scents and lighting, the functional bathroom space is transformed into a true multisensory experience. Villeroy & Boch is challenging architects and designers to incorporate both of these elements into their design, creating a functional and a multisensory space.

The main prize is a trip to Germany to attend the leading ISH 2015 industry fair in Frankfurt and to visit Villeroy & Boch’s historic headquarters in Mettlach, where the winner will stay in a traditional European castle. Two additional submissions will be selected to receive honorable mentions and a people’s choice winner will be selected by ArchDaily readers based on the number of Facebook shares.

Architects and licensed designers located in the US and Canada for the main prize. Non-North American and student submissions will be considered for honorable mention and the popular vote win.

December 31, 2014

– At least 2 project views: a rendering or sketch and a floor plan.
– At least 4 Villeroy & Boch bath and wellness products must be used.
– Short concept explanation and a list of Villeroy & Boch products used.

– If you’re interested in participating please fill out this form.
– You will then receive an email with the competition materials attached and you can submit your design here.

For more information please contact Villeroy & Boch at

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