Door Bell Contest

I found this doorbell on Design Milk

Hurry up and sign up for the random drawing to win one

They glow in the dark allowing your guests to easily find it (how welcoming) and having a door bell compliments your home safety practices that I know include keeping your door locked at all times!! Good Luck

Here is what Design Milk has to say about this incredible doorbell
Design Milks giveaway this week is courtesy of Spore, a company that we have featured in the past whose modern doorbells are simple and sophisticated.

Spore is going to offer one of our readers a True doorbell, which is the latest addition to the Spore family. Departing from its more colorful predecessors, True makes a more subtle impression with a halo of illumination emanating from an anodized aluminum shell. Available in three metal finishes (aluminum, bronze and matte black) and three illumination colors (white, amber or blue, as well as a non-illuminated version), and the winner gets his/her choice of finish and illumination.

More about Spore:
When industrial designer Ted Pierson considered objects that could use an overhaul, he realized the doorbell button was due for some attention. Long neglected as a mere afterthought, Pierson saw the button as an essential part of the home entry. After receiving accolades for prototypes from top design magazines, including I.D., Spore was created in 1996. The ultra-modern buttons have made Spore popular with architects and homeowners alike. Spore is a family-run company based in Seattle, Washington. All Spore products are designed from the circuit board to the faceplate.

Rules: To enter, simply comment on this (Design Milks )post and tell us the name of an architect or firm in your region that is doing great modern residential work.

One entry per person. Contest runs from March 1, 2010 through March 5, 2010. We will choose a winner at random.

The architect in my region that would utilize a product like this is Doug and Ellen Gallow of Lifespan Design Studio in Lebanon Ohio.


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