VELUX® INSPIRES IRISH ARCHITECTS WITH NEW COMPETITION
— Weekend for two in Copenhagen and €1,200 spending money up for grabs to inspire new extensions campaign —
The new competition from VELUX® asks Irish architects to describe a recent single-storey extension project they have designed using VELUX roof windows. The winner will get a luxury weekend for two in Copenhagen, Denmark along with €1,200 spending money.
The competition coincides with the latest campaign from leading window manufacturer VELUX to inspire and support architects with practical tips, advice and tools to help them create single-storey extensions with VELUX roof windows which can let in twice as much daylight as vertical windows.*
Entrants need to share an image from the last two years along with an internal image demonstrating a brighter single-story extension using VELUX roof windows, to be in with a chance of winning an inspiring weekend away to Copenhagen and €1,200 spending money. Visithttp://inspiration.velux.co.uk/spec-comp-roi
Grant Sneddon, product manager from VELUX said: “We are urging architects from the Republic of Ireland who have incorporated VELUX roof windows in their designs to enter our competition to win a trip to Copenhagen.
“With a busy period of home renovation over the coming months, there are thousands of homeowners considering adding more daylight to their existing or new extensions.”
As well as adding twice as much daylight, well designed, natural ventilation through VELUX roof windows can replace stuffy, stale air with fresh air from the outside, making for a more balanced indoor climate. They can also help the flow of cooler air through the house, which reduces overheating; ensuring a home will enjoy fresh, clean air in any new extension. Grant added: “There is a growing trend for homeowners to extend rather than move, and the market for extensions and roof windows is only set to grow, with many homeowners looking to spend big on architecture and building in the next six months.”
Entries to the competition can be made up until 23:59 hrs on Monday 31 October 2016.