Contestants will be able to submit their projects until 15 May through the registration form that they will find on the official website of the event.
The ceremony for the Architecture & Interior Awards is postponed until September due to the healthcare emergency caused by COVID-19.
Porcelanosa extends the deadline for submitting projects for the XIII Porcelanosa Awards until 15 May. The event organisers have taken this decision in view of the COVID-19 healthcare emergency, in accordance with the safety protocols established by the Ministry of Health.
Both pre-registration and the submission of materials will be done electronically through the official competition website: http://www.porcelanosa-interiorismo.com/certamen/. From there, participants will be able to submit their competition entries using the link and the password that they set during the registration process.
With regard to the projects and pre-registrations submitted prior to this notice, PORCELANOSA Group confirms that “it will not be necessary to re-register online or update the documentation submitted. The evaluation of all the proposals will continue its normal course, as set out in the competition terms and conditions.”
The company also confirms that neither the subject matter nor the categories established to date will change, and that the original jury planned for the event will remain the same. “Everything will remain the same except for the deadline for the submission of projects, which will be extended from 22 April to 15 May. Given the current circumstances and so that participants may reorganise their work schedule according to their circumstances, we believe that the fairest solution was to extend the initial deadline so that all those interested can present their designs on time and in the right way,” said the company.
The award ceremony is postponed until September
To guarantee the health and integrity of all contestants and attendees of the XIII Porcelanosa Awards, and in accordance with the measures established by the Government following the extension of the state of emergency, the organisers have decided to postpone the award ceremony until September. “We want everything to be carried out in the safest way possible for both participants and guests. For this reason, after studying the different scenarios, we decided that the best solution was to postpone the event and to follow the instructions given by the health authorities. It is time to prioritise social and corporate responsibility above anything else, coming together in unity, cooperation and solidarity. This is the only way we can stop the curve together, and that is the goal,” said sources within the company.