Castellón, Spain—A ceremony was held on May 19 for the winners of the 19th edition of the Tile of Spain Awards, organized by the Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER). The winners, honorable mentions, sponsors and representatives of the Network of Ceramics Chairs were all present, according to organizers.
Sponsored by ICEX, Endesa and Valencia Port Authority, the Tile of Spain Awards recognize the best ceramic architecture and interior design projects in Spain and around the world. Winners are chosen from the following three main categories: Architecture, Interior Design and Final Degree Project, with a total cash award of 39,000 euros, according to organizers.
The jury for the 19th edition included professionals with international prestige and recognition in the field of architecture and interior design, organizers said. The awards have a cash prize of 17,000 euros in the architecture and interior design categories and 5,000 euros in the final degree project category, ASCER organizers said.
The following are the winners of the Tile of Spain Awards.
“Casa Ter” by Mesura
Interior Design Award
“Atlantis Gastrobar” by Arantxa Manrique Arquitectes
Final Degree Project Award
“A proposal for a centre of unaccompanied, under-aged immigrants” by Andrea Puebla Yubero, CEU San Pablo Madrid
Andrea Puebla Yubero
Architecture Honorable Mentions
“Runnymede College campus” by Rojo/Fernández Shaw
“The Young Old House” by Enrique Espinosa & Lys Villalba
Interior Design Honorable Mentions
“Tienda Camper La Roca” by Tomás Alonso
“6 viviendas en Cabrera de Mar” by TWOBO Arquitectura
Final Degree Project Honorable Mentions
“Salam Bir” by Eduardo Casado López, ETSA Madrid
“Patios de agua y olivos” by Alba Jiménez Navas, ETSA Granada