Last Wednesday Nov. 26, the panel of judges for the Tile of Spain Awards met in Castellón to decide the winners of the thirteenth edition of these awards, which enjoy a consolidated reputation within the architecture sector.
The panel of judges included the following architects: Emilio Tuñón, Cino Zucchi, José Mª Sánchez, Martha Thorne, Anupama Kundoo, Fernando Márquez Cecilia and Ramón Monfort.
First prize in the Architecture category went to a restored house in Lisbon’s historic quarter. The two special mentions in this category were awarded to single family units. In the Interior Design category, the winning project consisted of the restoration of a historic building in Betxí (province of Castellón). Two special mentions were also made in this category: a magnificent restoration project in Barcelona and a grocery store.
In the Final Degree Project category, first prize was awarded to “Alfama 2.0” by María González Aranguren from the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM). Two special mentions in this category were awarded to a project entitled “Re-inhabiting Bujalcayado” by Irene Iglesias Román and “La Nuit Américaine” by Luis Rodríguez Carnero, both students at the Madrid School of Architecture (ETSAM).