The Great Waste Re:Design Challenge encouraged people of all ages to design useful (and beautiful) objects from waste. 

 

The challenge is now closed and the judging has taken place. Thank you to everybody that took part.

 

All entries will be on display in the "Re:Design Exhibition" at the Tourist Information Centre, Winchester Guildhall from 26 April.

 

The Re:Design exhibition is an exciting showcase of all of items that were entered into challenge – “making waste into something wonderful”.  Also on display dresses made by local colleges and schools during our October launch event and items from the popular Trash to Treasure exhibition. 

 

On 30 April, the exhibition will be moved upstairs in the Guildhall to the Keates Room to be part of the Winchester Fashion week finale show. 

 

What was the Re:Design Challenge?

The challenge was to create a design for either a household object, a piece of clothing or a new textile using waste resources. The objects needed to be useful and practical but most importantly reproducible, so that other people could remake the design. We asked for the instructions on how the object was made.

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