LIVING AWARDS 2019 | RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY
LIVING AWARDS 2019 | RESIDENTIAL ARCHITECTURE CATEGORY, FOR CASA SPEZIE
Rubén Muedra Estudio de Arquitectura has obtained the finalist prize in the Living Life is for Living Awards in the Residential Architecture Category for his Spezie House project in Torrent (Valencia). From Rubén Muedra Estudio de Arquitectura we want to thank matiz concept for their professionalism and involvement in the Project.
Coinciding with the week of the Cevisama fair, the Living Ceramics firm organized, as is tradition, an event full of surprises at its facilities located in Vila-real.
The jury, totally external to the firm, was made up of influential professionals from the architecture and design sector.
Iván Cabrera, director of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of the Polytechnic University of Valencia, and an architect trained 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 College of Architects of Castellón. Luca Pevere and Paolo Lucidi, industrial designers graduated from the Polytechnic University of Milan and founders of the LucidiPevere studio. Paco Sanchis, Doctor of Architecture from the Polytechnic University of Valencia. He currently focuses all his efforts on Enne Estudio.
Thanks to the professional work of these six members of the jury, the vote finally selected the Belgian studio In Lijn Interieur Architectuur as the winner of the contest, for the Tectum project located in Genk (Belgium). The contest was very close due to the quality of all the projects received, the four finalists were:
Balr Fashion contract project, designed by Jon Toebast and located in Utrecht (Holland).
Casa Spezie residential project, directed by Rubén Muedra Estudio de Arquitectura and located in Torrente (Spain).
Estafeta 36 contract project, located in Pamplona (Spain) and designed by Arteclío Interiorismo.
Villa at Lunteren residential project, developed by Jon Toebast in Lunteren (Holland).