Cosentino Design Challenge 13 award winners


The Cosentino Design Challenge international competition seeks to promote research revolving around the configuration of spaces, materials, and building systems. The 13th edition brought in 350 candidates and three prizes were given in each of two sections, Architecture and Design, for a total of six distinctions coming with 1,000 euros apiece.

The architecture projects pursued the theme ‘Cosentino and Water,’ and the prizes were for ‘Oasis,’ by Eduardo García Vidal (Engineering and Architecture School of Zaragoza); ‘Fall,’ by Francisco Jesús Martínez Viedma (Art School of Almería); and ‘The Butterfly Effect,’ by Sonia Salgado Ureña (Artediez School in Madrid).

‘Oasis’, de Eduardo García Vidal 
‘Fall’, de Francisco Jesús Martínez Viedma 
‘The butterfly effect’, de Sonia Salgado Ureña 

Under the theme ‘Cosentino and Energy,’ the designs awarded in the Design category were: ‘Constellatio,’ by Henar Martínez Casáis and Santiago Álvarez Bouza (Industrial Engineering School of the University of Valladolid); ‘Stratos,’ by David Acebedo García and Jessica Martínez Sánchez (Madrid School of Architecture); and ‘Aura, the Luminescent Sign,’ by David Rocha, Helena Açafrão, and Rosa Mendes (University of Aveiro, Portugal).

‘Stratos’, de David Acebedo García y Jessica Martínez Sánchez 
‘Aura, the luminescent sign’, de David Rocha, Helena Açafrão y Rosa Mendes
‘Constellatio’, de Henar Martínez Casáis y Santiago Álvarez Bouza 

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