Tile of Spain names award winners

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Miami—Tile of Spain, the international brand representing 125 tile manufacturers belonging to the Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers Association (ASCER), recently named the winners of the 14th annual Tile of Spain Awards in the categories of Architecture and Interior Design.

First prize in the Architecture category went to Carmen Martínez Gregori, Carmel Gradolo Martinez and Arturo Sanz Martínez for their project, Pabellón Docente Polivalente Escola Gavina, a multipurpose pavilion with a ceramic screen. For the Interior Design category, the judges awarded first place to Equipo Creativo for its Blue Wave Cocktail Bar.

Honorable mentions were also awarded; Parking Saint Roch by Archikubik in the Architecture category and Restaurante Disfrutar by El Equipo Creativo and L’Atic Vernacle from El Fabricante de Espheras in the Interior Design category.

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