December challenge winners announced!

December challenge winners announced!

Big announcement – We have three winners of our Eames Lounge chair contest.

We received 145 total votes. Thanks to all! Most interesting fact is that 61% of them belongs to Rendy Himawan (1st place)

Here are the winning models:

3rd place: Bob Young – 13 votes

December challenge winners announced!

2nd place: Silvie Unčovská – 16 votes

December challenge winners announced!

1st place: Rendy Himawan – 88 votes

December challenge winners announced!

Congratulations to the winners! Good luck to the next contests at flyingarchitecture.com :)

And this is what they won:

December challenge winners announced!

I have already sent them their 3D models and I hope they will share their rendering containing Eames lounge chair very soon :)

Thanks to all participants and I hope next round is going to be much bigger, You all have a chance :)

Best regards

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