Living Ceramics presents the winner of the second edition of the Life is for Living Awards.
Coinciding with the same week as the Cevisama fair, the company organised, as is tradition, an event chock full of surprises at their facilities located in Vila-real, Valencia.
The external judge panel was made up of influential industry professionals in architecture and design. The judges were:
Iván Cabrera, Director of the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura at the Polytechnic University of Valencia and architect educated at the same school. Víctor Carrasco, industrial designer, graduated Cum Laude from the Polytechnic University of Valencia, and founder of Viccarbe. Ángel Pitarch, architect and President of the Official Architects’ Association of Castellón. Luca Pevere and Paolo Lucidi, industrial designers, Polytechnic University of Milan graduates, and founders of the studio LucidiPevere. Paco Sanchis, Doctor of Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. Currently putting all of his efforts into his work at Enne Estudio.
Thanks to the professional work of the six panel members, the Belgium studio In Lijn Interieurarchitectuur was voted the winner of the contest for their Tectum project located in Genk (Belgium). The high quality of all the projects made for a close competition. The four finalists were:
Balr Fashion Contract Project, designed by Jon Toebast and located in Utrecht (Netherlands).
Casa Spezie Residential Project, led by Rubén Muedra Arquitectura and located in Torrente (Spain).
Estafeta 36 Contract Project, located in Pamplona (Spain) and designed by Arteclío Interiorismo
Villa at Lunteren Residelntial Project, developed by Jon Toebast at Lunteren (Holanda).
The remolded facilities astonished all those in attendance. The Spanish company reinvented the concept of exposition to welcome you into a warm, modern home full of subtle details that exude design thanks to their collaboration with Viccarbe, Living Divani, Marset, Flos, Vibia, Agape and Dornbracht.
The evening was eclipsed by the live music. A Piano Bar livened up the atmosphere during the catering for the 450-plus guests. Afterwards, an instrumental orchestra took the spotlight eventually giving way to the presentation of the Life is for Living Awards. Finally, Scarlets took center stage and closed out the night with soul.
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