UK student takes top prize at Electrolux Design Lab

October 2015
Engineer (Online Edition);10/22/2015, p1
The article announces that Jordan Lee Martin from the University of Huddersfield won the top prize at the 2015 Electrolux Design Lab with his design for the kettle Bloom.


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