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Cosentino Announces the Winners of Cosentino Design Challenge 13

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Cosentino Group, Spanish multinational global leader in the production and distribution of innovative surfaces for the world of architecture and design, announced that the winning projects of the 13th edition of this international competition Cosentino Design Challenge are:

Architecture Category – Topic “Cosentino and water”

Three winning projects, awarded over $1000 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 Almeria – 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)

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

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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 over $1,000 each

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

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

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

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Three special mentions, awarded with diploma

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

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The Lightning from Cristina Garrido Jiménez (From: Almeria Art School / Escuela de Arte Almeria)

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Pavilion for Cosentino de Aigul Akhmetzianova (Escuela: ETSAM UPM)

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The competition is continually growing, this year reaching a total of 350 candidates from Central and South America, Europe, Oceania and Asia. The jury evaluated 214 projects in the architecture category and 136 in design.

The decision took place in the Cosentino City Madrid showroom, and the jury consisted of:

  • Santiago Alfonso, Cosentino Group’s vice president of marketing and communication, and president of the CDC jury
  • Jorge Roa, professor at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Sevilla (ETSAS), Spain
  • David Chapman, professor at the University of Lulea (LTU), Sweden
  • Raúl Fraga, professor at the Escuela Técnica Superior de Arquitectura de Madrid (ETSAM), Spain
  • Antonio Castilla, professor at the Escuela de Arte de Almería (EAA), Spain
  • Luis Miguel Alonso, professor at the Escuela de Arte de Pamplona, Spain
  • Tomás Alía, architect and designer invited to the CDC13 verdict

About Cosentino Design Challenge

Cosentino Design Challenge is a competition promoted by Cosentino to foster the talent of architecture and design students from around the world.

About the Cosentino Group

The Cosentino Group is a global, family-owned company that produces and distributes high value innovative surfaces for architecture and design. As a leading company, Cosentino imagines and anticipates together with its customers and partners design solutions that offer value and inspiration to people’s lives. This goal is made possible by pioneering brands that are leaders in their respective segments such as Silestone®, Dekton® and Sensa by Cosentino®. Technologically advanced surfaces, which allow the creation of unique designs for the home and public spaces.

The group bases its development on international expansion, an innovative research and development program, respect for the environment and sustainability, and its ongoing corporate commitment to society and the local communities where it operates, education, equality and health & safety.

The Cosentino Group currently distributes its products and brands in more than 110 countries, from its headquarters in Almeria (Spain). Currently Cosentino is present in 40 countries, with its own assets in 30 of them. The group has eight factories (seven in Almería (Spain and one in Brazil), one intelligent logistic platform in Spain, and more than 130 commercial and business units throughout the world. More than 90% of Cosentino Group’s financial turnover comes from international markets.

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For more information:

Vanessa Feo / Cosentino Group International Communication / vfeo@cosentino.com / +34 616 436 498

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