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The winners of Cosentino Design Challenge 13

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Cosentino Group announced that the winning projects of the 13th edition of this international competition Cosentino Design Challenge are:

Australian Winner 

Brandon Pais – Waters of Time

Brandon’s prize is to undertake a two week internship with T U R N E R.

Architecture Category – Topic “Cosentino and water”

Three winning projects, awarded €1,000 each 

Oasis from Eduardo García Vidal (School: Escuela de Ingeniería y Arquitectura Zaragoza, Spain)

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FALL from Francisco Jesús Martínez Viedma (School: Escuela de Arte Almería – Spain)

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The butterfly effect from Sonia Salgado Ureña (School: Artediez – Spain)

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Three special mentions, awarded with diploma

The hoop from Anna Ebert (School: Berlin International University – Germany)

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Bubble Waterfall from Maria Gil Boronat (School: ETSAM UPM, Madrid – Spain)

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Dune Cluster Housing from Ong Xiang An (Escuela: Lasalle College of the Arts – Singapore)

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Design Category – Topic “Cosentino and energy” 

Three winning projects, awarded €1,000 each

Constellatio from Henar Martínez Casais and Santiago Álvarez Bouza (School: Escuela de Ingenierías Industriales from Valladolid University – Spain)

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STRATOS from David Acebedo García and Jessica Martínez Sánchez (School: ETSAM UPM – Spain)

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Aura, the luminescent sign from David Rocha, Helena Açafrão and Rosa Mendes (School: University of Aveiro – Portugal)

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Three special mentions, awarded with diploma

Mob from Claire Lescop and Magali Simoes (School: ESAM Design Paris – France)

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The Lightning from Cristina Garrido Jiménez (School: Escuela de Arte Almería – Spain)

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Pavilion for Cosentino de Aigul akhmetzianova (School: ETSAM UPM – Spain)

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Once again, the competition has grown in the number of papers submitted, this year reaching a total of 350 candidates from Central and South America, Europe, Oceania and Asia. The jury has evaluated 214 projects in the architecture category and 136 in design.


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