Two of Rosan Bosch Studio's projects have been nominated for the Danish Design Award 2016

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Two of Rosan Bosch Studio's projects have been nominated for the Danish Design Award 2016

The category ‘Better Learning’ is awarded solutions that lead to new ways of learning and educating. The award is given to a solution or a project that creates better learning environments. This category aims to show how design can support education by creating motivating environments that inspire and engage learners and educators.The winning concept demonstrates how design can be used as a tool for the development of new means of learning and collaboration. Read more about the nominated projects Vittra Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden, and the Children’s Library in Billund, Denmark.  

 Vote for the two projects in the Danish Design Award 2016 - 'People's Choice' category here.

Two of Rosan Bosch Studio's projects have been nominated for the Danish Design Award 2016

The category ‘Better Learning’ is awarded solutions that lead to new ways of learning and educating. The award is given to a solution or a project that creates better learning environments. This category aims to show how design can support education by creating motivating environments that inspire and engage learners and educators.The winning concept demonstrates how design can be used as a tool for the development of new means of learning and collaboration. Read more about the nominated projects Vittra Södermalm in Stockholm, Sweden, and the Children’s Library in Billund, Denmark.  

 Vote for the two projects in the Danish Design Award 2016 - 'People's Choice' category here.