March 12, 2018

The jury for the 11th PORCELANOSA Grupo Awards: Rafael Robledo

Rafael Robledo, who has 27 years’ experience in the world of architecture under his belt, will be part of the jury at the 11th Awards, organised by the PORCELANOSA Grupo.

The jury, consisting of: Luis Vidal, Rebeca Jones, Ricardo Mateu, Pierre-Yves Rochon and Rafael Robledo, will evaluate the designs and projects presented by the participants in this edition, along with choosing the most distinguished "Future Projects" and "Finished projects" in their respective categories.

Historical uniqueness and commitment to design

We find Rafael Robledo Arquitectos' firm in emblematic spaces in the Spanish capital. From the busy Gran Vía or Fuencarral Street to such exclusive streets like Serrano, and prestigious residential areas like the Salamanca district.

In a setting like Madrid, Rafael Robledo Arquitectos have not only distinguished themselves, but also positioned themselves in the sector due to the exceptional building refurbishments that they have carried out in the city. It is a studio that takes great care with its meticulous and respectful work in historic recovery, enhancing the very essence of each old building. Painstaking work which is geared towards modernising buildings whose history dates back centuries that house a charm which is impossible to replicate.

We also find his personal seal in the development of exclusive residential projects, where they have extensive experience in: planning, design, development and urban planning management.

The PORCELANOSA Grupo Banks on creativity

With over forty years’ experience, the PORCELANOSA Grupo puts on the 11th Architecture and Interior Design Awards with the objective of promoting innovation and the development of interior design and architecture. As well that, improving the image of this sector at international level is sought-after, along with introducing new values in both architecture and interior design.

This event has been held now for eleven years, and it encourages creative activity in interior design, as well as improving the promotion of work by new and future professionals.


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