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The award ceremony of the 11th edition

24 may 2019, Acquario Romano 

The jury has chosen the names of the finalists of the 11th edition after evaluating over 130 applications and selecting the projects that have best expressed the theme of ceramics as the star of the architectural project from both a formal and functional point of view.

This year’s awards ceremony took place in Rome on 24 May. The ceremony was held in the Acquario Romano, designed by Ettore Bernich and constructed between 1885 and 1887. Built in the classic style, the building is a large, circular space with an entrance hall (pronao) and aedicula. To coincide with the restoration of Casa Baldi (1959-61, see next article for more) and its launch as Casalgrande Padana’s new creative centre in Rome, architecture professor Paolo Portoghese - who designed the original building and oversaw the recent transformation - gave a keynote speech which was open to the public.

Shopping and office centres (large surfaces)

Public buildings

Residential buildings

Facade cladding, outside flooring, swimming pools and spas

Franco Manfredini, CEO, (IT)

Presidente di Casalgrande Padana

Sebastian Redecke, Berlino (DE)

Architect, Director of "Bauwelt" magazine

Matteo Vercelloni, Milano (IT)

Giornalista, Critico d'Architettura

Federico Bucci, (IT)

Architect, journalist, architecture historian, member of faculty of the Milan Polytechnic, and Prorector of the Mantua Campus of the Milan Polytechnic.

Orazio Campo, Rome (IT)

Architect, member of faculty of the Department of Architecture of the universities of La Sapienza and Roma III, appointed by the Rome Architects Registration Board.

Tobias Lutz, Zurigo (CH)

Founder and CEO of the Architonic design and architecture platform, Zurich, Switzerland.

Mia Pizzi, (IT)

Journalist at Abitare magazine.

Creative Book Casalgrande Padana is a project carried out in collaboration with CASABELLA

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