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Ascer convoca una nueva edición de los Premios Cerámica

En esta 15ª edición los premios cuentan con tres categorías: arquitectura, interiorismo y PFC, con una dotación total de 39.000€

 

Pabellón Docente Polivalente Escola Gavina. - Mariela Pollonio

R. D. 22/07/2016

Ascer (Asociación Española de Fabricantes de Azulejos y Pavimentos Cerámicos) convoca una nueva edición de los Premios Cerámica de Arquitectura, Interiorismo y Proyecto Fin de Carrera. En esta decimoquinta edición, los premios cuentan con un reputado jurado compuesto por reconocidos profesionales de la arquitectura y el diseño en el ámbito internacional. La finalidad de los Premios Cerámica es difundir el uso de la cerámica española en obras de arquitectura e interiorismo (tanto dentro del territorio español como fuera de nuestras fronteras) y están patrocinados por Vodafone, Autoridad Portuaria de Valencia y CESCE.

Preside el jurado el arquitecto portugués Gonçalo Byrne, quien ha recibido distinciones como la Medalla de Oro de la Academia de Arquitectura de Francia o el Premio de Roma (Piranesi) Componen el resto del jurado: Elisa Valero (catedrática de Proyectos Arquitectónicos en la Escuela Superior de Arquitectura de Granada), Iñaqui Carnicero (profesor visitante en la Universidad de Cornell y comisario del Pabellón Español en la XV Bienal de Arquitectura de Venecia), Nani Marquina (reconocida creativa, que además es presidenta de la Asociación de Diseñadores Profesionales), Nuno Brandão Costa (destacado arquitecto portugués que ha colaborado en diversas muestras como la Bienal Internacional de Venecia), Ramón Monfort y Ricardo Sánchez Lampreave (profesor en diferentes escuelas y universidades, comisario de varias exposiciones y prolífico editor en medios especializados).

El plazo de inscripción de los XV Premios Cerámica queda abierto y la fecha límite para la presentación de proyectos es el 26 de octubre de 2016. Los Premios Cerámica cuentan con una dotación total de 39.000 € y se dividen en tres categorías. Las dos principales, Arquitectura e Interiorismo, se premian con 17.000 € cada una. Además, se puede otorgar menciones especiales en cualquiera de estas categorías, según consideración de los miembros del jurado. La tercera categoría, Proyecto Fin de Carrera, va dirigida a estudiantes de arquitectura, y está dotada con 5.000€. En las tres categorías, tanto los participantes como las obras pueden ser nacionales o internacionales. Toda la información de esta XV edición está accesible desde www.premiosceramica.com

En la última edición de los Premios Cerámica resultaron ganadores en la categoría de arquitectura Carmen Martínez Gregori, Carmel Gradolí Martínez y Arturo Sanz Martínez por su proyecto Pabellón Docente Polivalente Escola Gavina (Picanya, Valencia); y en interiorismo el proyecto Coctelería Blue Wave (Barcelona) del estudio El Equipo Creativo.

OPEN CALL FOR THE 15TH TILE OF SPAIN AWARDS OF ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIOR DESIGN // Ascer has announced a new edition of the Tile of Spain Architecture and Interior Design and Final Degree Project Awards. The magnificent panel of judges for this fifteenth edition of the awards is made up of internationally-acclaimed professionals working in the architecture and design sectors. Portuguese architect Gonçalo Byrne (chairman in this edition) holds awards such as Gold medal of the French Academy of Architecture and the Piranese award of Rome.

Other members of the jury are: Elisa Valero (Professor in the Technical University of Arquitecture in Granada), Iñaqui Carnicero (Visiting Profesor in the University of Cornell and exhibition curator of the Spanish Pavillion in the XV Venice Biennale), Nani Marquina (recognised designer, who also functions as chairwoman for the Professional Design Association), Nuno Brandão Costa (outstanding Portuguese architect who has collaborated on a wide diversity of fairs such as the Venice Biennale), Ramón Monfort and Ricardo Sánchez Lampreave (Professor in many different architecture schools and universities, curator in many expositions and a highly prolific editor in specialized media).

The end goal of Tile of Spain Awards is the difussion of the use of Spanish Ceramic architecture and interior design (both within and outside Spanish frontiers) and they are sponsored by Vodafone, Port Authority of Valencia and CESCE. All the information of the XV Tile of Spain Awards is now accessible through http://www.tileofspainawards.com/ The registration is open and the deadline for handing in the projects is on the 26th of October 2016. The Awards have a prize fund of 39,000 Euros divided in three categories. The two main categories are Architecture and Interior Design, each one is awarded 17,000 Euros. The main requirement to participate is that the projects use ceramic tiles made in Spain. The third category is Degree Project category, which is aimed to students of Architecture and it is awarded 5,000 Euros. The jury may give two special mentions in each category as it considers the projects to be rewarded.

On XIV Tile of Spain Awards, the architecture category award was conferred to Carmen Martínez Gregori, Carmel Gradolí Martínez and Arturo Sanz Martínez for their project “Multipurpose Teaching Hall at the Gavina School” (Picanya, Valencia); and the Interiorism award was given to El Equipo Creativo studio for their “Blue Wave Cocktail Bar” (Barcelona) project. Images, memories and blueprints from previous editions downloadable at http://14.tileofspainawards.com/

REGARDING THE JURY // Gonçalo Byrne counts with an extensive body of work, well-recognised on an international level. Focused towards patrimony, urban development and cultural planning (with projects such as the Estoril Sol building, the Machado de Castro Museum or the Thalia Theatre, amongst others). He has also been a guest lecturer for universities of his home country as well as in many international companies. For his distinguished carrier he has earned a wide array of distinctions such as an honorary title from the Faculty of Architecture of the Technical University of Lisbon.

Elisa Valero is autor of outstanding architectural projects and publications such as “La materia intangible, reflexiones sobre la luz en el proyecto de arquitectura” or “Diccionario de la luz”. She has been a researcher, amongst others, for the project “Recycling Neighborhoods; a sustainable alternative” and coordinator of Andalucía Team (University of Granada) for the constuction of the House 2.12, reaching a finalist position in the international contest Solar Decathlon Europe 2012. She was also finalist in the XI Tile of Spain Awards for her project “Flats to rent in Gojar”.

Iñaqui Carnicero has been recognised with a large number of awards, both national and international in his extensive career. His signature is found in renowned projects such as the cultural centre “Matadero Madrid”, 39 Public Housings in Vallecas or the Polytechnic School Building for the San Pablo University (C.E.U.) Not only an architect, he is also an Associate Professor in the School of Architecture of the Technical College of Madrid and in the USA.

Nani Marquina is one of the most active designers of our country. She is chairwoman of one of the most internationally renowned Spanish bussiness (nanimarquina). Her rugs’ high quality have been exposed in the Museum of Modern Art in New York (MoMA), as well as the obtention of recognitions such as Red Dot Design Award and the Good Design Award of Chicago Athenaeum. She has also been awarded with the 2005 National Award for Design, the International Women Entrepreneurial Award of the Manhattan Chamber of Commerce or the 2007 FIDEM award to the Entrepreneur Woman.

Nuno Brandão Costa is a renowned architect who has collaborated closely with professionals such as Herzog&de Meuron. Author of a diversity of projects, among which are found “Restoration of a house in Guerra Junqueiro” or “Central Library of the School of Human Sciences for Universidade Nova in Lisbon” His work was part of the Portuguese representation for the 2004 Triennale di Milano, alongside other international expositions. He has also been a teacher and guest speaker in several universities (ETSA of Navarra, Polytechnic School of the University of Girona, Ecole hôtelière de Lausanne Campus…)

Ramón Monfort was a founding member of the Ceramic Design Centre, chairman of the Castellón Architects Professional Association and dean of the Valencian Official Architects Professional Association. His professional path shows a well developed experience, with social and sustainability values as his main priorities. He has been recognised for works such the Peñiscola Congress Palace and CANEM Art gallery in Castellón de la Plana.

Ricardo Sánchez Lampreave has worked as Professor in the Madrid Schools of Architecture in Alcalá de Henares, in the Barcelona International University of Catalunya, the Complutense University of Madrid at the Faculty of Fine Arts and currently in the Facoltà di Architettura di Alguero de la Università di Sassari, at Sardinia. He has also been at the forefront of many magazines and publications from different architect schools.

In previous editions distinguished professionals have been part of the jury such as Emilio Tuñón, Manuel Gallego, Juan Navarro Baldeweg, Alberto Campo Baeza, William J.R. Curtis, Terence Riley, Eduardo Souto de Moura, Carlos Ferrater, Luís Moreno Mansilla, Patxi Mangado, Guillermo Velázquez Consuegra, Mathías Klotz, Benedetta Tagliabue and Víctor López Cotelo.

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