Living Ceramics presents the third edition of Life is for Living · Awards.
This contest, which closes its registration period on January 10, 2020, will consist of a single category: Living Project, new buildings, renovation or rehabilitation of existing buildings, and intervention in urban remodeling and exterior landscapes where the application of the ceramics of the Living Ceramics brand acquires a relevant role in the project development. Any natural or legal person, of any nationality, either individually or by teams whose activity consists of architecture, landscaping, decoration or distribution of the Living Ceramics brand may participate.
What is Living Awards?
For us it is important to know how and where our ceramic pieces are used, discover the projects, capture trends, understand the architecture in their styles and shapes. Deciphering each dimension, each corner makes us participate, and we learned that only by living a project as your own, you become part of it. To this end, to share architecture, interior design and promote our ceramic pieces, the Life is for Living Awards are published every year.
How to participate
If you want to know how to participate in Living Awards, here you can download the contest rules.
He began his professional career after graduating Cum Laude in Industrial Design Engineering.Since 2007, he has been combining his position as strategic director of Viccarbe with that of Director Business Development Coalesse.He was the recipient of the Prince Felipe Award for Business Excellence and he has also won the German Design Award.
Architect and Director of the Higher Technical School of Architecture of the UPV. He has also been President of the Architecture Schools Conference of Spain since 2017. President of the 1st Edition of the International Architecture Research Biennial of Valencia, he will also be President of the 2nd Edition to be held in Valencia in 2020.
He graduated and trained professionally in Milan, beginning to develop his first projects with Luca Pevere since 2003 and founding his LucidiPevere studio in 2006. They are part of the Livingceramics family, a link that was established by launching the Cava and Cava Mosaic collection. They have won awards such as Designpreis Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award and Good Design Award.
He graduated and trained professionally in Milan, beginning to develop his first projects with Paolo Lucidi since 2003 and founding his LucidiPevere studio in 2006. They are part of the Livingceramics family, a link that was established by launching the Cava and Cava Mosaic collection. They have won awards such as Designpreis Deutschland, Red Dot Design Award and Good Design Award.
Roger Riewe is a renowned Austrian architect who became Professor and Head of the Institute of Architecture Technology at the Graz University of Technology in 2001. One of his most recognized works is the Silesian Museum of Katowice. Roger has been a member of the Committee for Competitions and Awards of the Berlin Chamber of Architects and a member of the board of the HDA (House of Architecture) in Graz since 2018.
Kensaku Oshiro began working with various studios until 2015, when he established his own studio in Milan.
He has obtained a range of prestigious international awards and works with Boffi, Debi, De Padova, Frag, Glas Italia, Kristalia, Ligne Roset, matteograssi, Poltrona Frau, Viccarbe and Zanotta.