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Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design Winners

Posted on 14 December 2021 by cradmin4

Tile of Spain, the association representing more than100 Spanish tile manufacturers, announced the winners of the 20th annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design. The panel of judges, led by renowned architect Carlos Ferrater, founder of the Office of Architecture in Barcelona (OAB), evaluated the projects submitted into this year’s awards and selected a winner in each category.

 Winning Projects:

Architecture– The new headquarters of the Valencia Construction Sector Employment Foundation by MRM Architects’ Studio.

The new headquarters of the Valencia Construction Sector Employment Foundation is set in an industrial district in Valencia, Spain. In keeping with the region’s physical and cultural backdrop, a decision was taken to use ceramic tiles for the construction of the employment center as this material is one of the Valencia’s flagship manufacturing products. The jury praised the use of large-format tiles as a quintessential feature of the building’s façade. They also highlighted the use of a single surface material, applied as an exterior cladding to support the sustainability and hygiene throughout the facilities interior and exterior environments.

Architecture Special Mention– Malaga University’s Faculty of Psychology and Speech Therapy by Llps Architects’ Studio

Interior Design- Living in a Coderch by Estudio Vilablanch (pictured)

Living in Coderch was a full renovation of an apartment in the emblematic Banco Urquijo building nestled in Barcelona, Spain. During the restoration of the flat, Estudio Vilablanch recaptured the essence of José Antonio Coderch’s architecture and contemporary style. Here, the jury celebrated the interior design scheme that enhanced the spirit of Coderch’s unique aesthetic. The judging panel also noted the exceptional choice of materials and meticulous care with which the design plan was executed.

Interior Design Special Mentions- JM55 by BURR and Cal Garrofa by Julia Tarnawski & Albert Guerra

Final Degree Project- Castilla La MaRcha. A resort for Motivated Spain by Gonzalo López Elorriaga (Madrid School of Architecture)

Castilla la MaRcha is a new-wave resort blueprint, devised to revitalize the rural Spanish neighborhood of Peralvillo. The design plan focuses on rejuvenating the vacant town with the leisure and entertainment typically found in highly populated cities. The jury found Gonzalo López Elorriaga’s proposal to use traditional tiles in a modern and unorthodox setting, ground-breaking. The resort’s design concept focuses on taking guests on a journey through Spain’s past, present and future with the help of strategically placed and thoughtfully designed ceramic installations.

Final Degree Special Mentions- A civic centre and temporary accommodation in La Asunción former factory by Mariona Dalmau Benavent (La Salle School of Architecture) and Hortus Conclusus by Teresa Clara Martínez López (Madrid School of Architecture)

The panel of judges was chaired by Barcelona based architect, Carlos Ferrater of OAB. Judging alongside Ferrater was Fermín Vazques, Director of b720, Jamie Sanahuja, Director of Sanahuja & Partners, Alicia Fernándes, Interior Designer at Alicia Fernández Interiorismo, José Ma Marzo Director of Tectónica­ and Ángel Pitarch President of the Colegio Territorial de Arquitectos de Castellón (CTAC).

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Call for Entries: Tile of Spain Awards 2021

Posted on 25 August 2021 by cradmin4

The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturer’s Association (ASCER) announced the call for entries for the 20th annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture, Interior Design and Final Degree Project. Sponsored by Endesa, the Spanish Institute for Foreign Trade (ICEX), and Port Valencia, the Tile of Spain Awards promote the use of Spanish ceramic tiles in architecture and interior design projects worldwide.

For the 2021 awards, the jury will be chaired by architect Carlos Ferrater, who also led the jury during the first edition of the awards in 2001. Carlos Ferrater boasts a long history backed by numerous awards and distinctions, is a founding partner of the Office of Architecture in Barcelona (OAB) and is a Professor of Architectural Projects at the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.

A prize fund of €35,000 ($41,220.11) will be shared between three categories at the awards. The two main categories, Architecture and Interior Design, each have cash prizes of €15,000 ($17,665.76). The Final Degree Project award has a cash prize of €5,000 ($5,888,58). The panel of judges is also entitled to give two special mentions in each category.

Entries from Spain and abroad are being accepted now through October 28th, 2021. Visit www.tileofspainawards.com to enter the contest or learn more about the Tile of Spain Awards.

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Tile of Spain Announces 2020 Award Winners

Posted on 04 December 2020 by cradmin3

Tile of Spain, the association representing more than 125 Spanish tile manufacturers, announced the winners of the 19th annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design. The panel of judges met on Thursday, November 26th to evaluate the submissions and name a winner in each category.

Here are the winning projects:

Architecture:

“Casa Ter” by Mesura Studio (pictured above)
The jury was moved by the connection the single-family home has with thesurrounding environment. The structure of the residence was built entirely of concrete and large elongated ceramic pieces, both of which were manufactured with natural clay from nearby La Bisbal, Spain. The interior of the home opens up to nature, establishing a unique indoor-outdoor living concept.

Special Mentions
“Runnymede College Campus” by Rojo/Fernández-Shaw and
“The Young Old House” by Enrique Espinosa & Lys Villalba

Interior Design:

“Atlantis Gastrobar” by Arantxa Manrique
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The jury strongly valued the design of this small lounge that allowed ceramic tiles to shine as the true protagonist in this project. Ceramic subway tiles were placed in a vertical arrangement to add height and volume to this small space, while the electric blue bar demands attention by passersby.

Special Mentions
“Tienda Camper La Roca” by Tomás Alonso and
“6 Viviendas en Cabrera de Mar” by TWOBO Arquitectura

Final Degree Project:

“Propuesta Para un Centro de MENAS” by Andrea Puebla Yubero of CEU San Pablo Madrid
The judges admired the proposal for a typology of “impluvium building” beyond the traditional method of constructing a Mediterranean style patio to carry off excess rain water.

Special Mentions
“Patios de Agua y Olivos” by Alba Jiménex of ETSA Granada and
“Salam Bir” by Eduardo Casado López of ETSA Madrid.

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Tile of Spain Awards Calls for Entries

Posted on 06 August 2019 by cradmin

The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER) announced the call for entries for the annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design.

Sponsored by Endesa, Weber-Saint Gobain, the Port Authority of Valencia, and CESCE, the Tile of Spain Awards are intended to promote the use of Spanish ceramic tiles in architecture and interior design projects worldwide.

For the 18th edition of the awards, the panel of judges is made up of internationally acclaimed professionals working in the sector. Founder of the prestigious studio MVRDV and Architect, Jacob van Rijs, will chair the panel of judges, joined by architects and designers Inês Lobo, David Lorente, Eugeni Bach, Tomoko Sakamoto and Ramon Monfort.

The Tile of Spain Awards have a prize fund of €39,000 ($45,511) shared between three categories. The two main categories, Architecture and Interior Design, each have cash prizes of €17,000 ($19,838). The Final Degree Project award has a cash prize of €5,000 ($5,834). The panel of judges is also entitled to give two special mentions in each category.

Entries are being accepted now through October 24, 2019. Visit www.tileofspainawards.com to enter the contest or learn more about the Tile of Spain Awards.

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Tile of Spain Awards Calls for Entries

Posted on 21 August 2018 by cradmin

The Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER) announced the call for entry for the annual Tile of Spain Awards of Architecture and Interior Design.

Sponsored by Weber-Saint Gobain, the Port Authority of Valencia, Bankinter and CESCE, the Tile of Spain Awards are intended to promote the use of Spanish ceramic tiles in architecture and interior design projects worldwide.

For the 17th edition of the awards, the panel of judges is made up of internationally acclaimed professionals working in the sector. Argentinian architect Jorge Silvetti will chair the panel of judges, joined by architects and designers Elías Torres, Ricardo Carvalho, Jordi Garćes and Ramón Monfort.

The Tile of Spain Awards have a prize fund of €39,000 (approx. $45,511) distributed among three categories. The two main categories, Architecture and Interior Design, each will have a cash prize of €17,000 ( $19,838), and the Final Degree Project award will have a cash prize of €5,000 ( $5,834). The panel of judges are also entitled to give two special mentions in each category.

Entries are being accepted now through October 24, 2018. To enter the contest, or for more information, visit www.tileofspainawards.com.

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