August 29, 2018 | Updated: December 11, 2019


PORCELANOSA Scotland sponsors the Scottish Design Awards

The awards, held at the Principal Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow, were organised byUrban Realm - a leading body of architecture press in Scotland.

The event saw awards given for the best architecture and design commissions delivered over the past 12 months.

The Scottish Design Awards which was organised by the architecture magazine, Urban Realm, and took place at the Grand Central Hotel in Glasgow on Thursday 23rd August, counted on PORCELANOSA as an official sponsor.

The awards ceremony itself was all about recognising the value and importance of all Scottish interior design and architecture projects, which have been commissioned in Scotland, within the last year.

The categories included: ‘Design Grand Prix’, ‘Interior Design’ and the ‘Architectural Practice of the year’, which was presented by Chris Kerr, the Director General of the PORCELANOSA Group in Scotland.

The recipient of this award, John Kinsley Architects, proudly accepted the award from Chris for their commendable work throughout 2017.

Two stellar panels, one for design and the other for architecture judged the Awards. Each of the panels compiled of industry experts used their insight and experience to deliberate the results.

The importance of the Scottish market

Scotland has always been an important region for our company with PORCELANOSA products being used all over Scotland in a variety of unique and innovate ways.

Sponsoring the ceremony made sense as the event highlighted the best in design in a country that continues to inspire us and affectively shows both the success and the influence that we have in this region of the UK. The aesthetic and technological innovation from PORCELANOSA Group has always been seen as a significant reference, so having a presence at the Scottish Design Awards confirmed the fact we support all practices and their hard work within the industry.

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