DMI Office Redesign Competition!

Published: February 13th, 2013

Calling all Creatives!

Office Redesign Competition! Help DMI transform its office space into a reflection of our work and our community–something innovative, inspiring, creative, and collaborative.

DMI is looking for talented, adventurous folks in Vermont and the Upper Valley area to help us turn our office into a place that amplifies our creativity, nurtures our passions, and reflects the values of our Institute. Between now and March 15, we will be accepting proposals for the redesign of our office space. We welcome proposals from artists, designers, and anyone else with ideas about creating productive, exciting, and healthy work spaces.

The winning designer(s) will work with DMI staff to implement their proposed designs the weekend of March 30th and 31st. In return for their brilliance, inspiration, and ideas, the chosen designers will have their work featured at our Community Open House on April 6th and shared with our network of friends and followers online. This is a great opportunity for anyone wishing to share their skills with a local nonprofit and gain exposure for their work!

We’re open to anything from living walls to oversized chalkboards to hammocks, so send us your proposals. We can’t wait to see what you come up with!

For more information on submitting a proposal, including important dates, a video tour of the office, and suggested resources, please visit our Office Redesign Competition page. Proposals may be emailed to sarahatdonellameadowsdotorg

Office transformation from a standard desk to something inspired

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