RESIDENTIAL BUILDING C4 TO WIN THE ARQUITECTURA AWARDS OF CSCAE
We are excited to announce that the Residential Project C4 that we have recently finished in the centre of Valencia, is among those selected to compete for the ARCHITECTURE Awards promoted by the Higher Council of Associations of Architects in Spain (CSCAE).
In this first edition, a total of 650 projects from all over Spain have been presented. The Associations of Architects and the Autonomous Councils have been in charge of making the first selection of 184 proposals that will go on to the next phase with the rank of SELECTED.
This first selection has been made within each territorial area of Spain, following the criteria and values established in the rules: Universal, Cultural and artistic, social and ethical, professional, values associated with rehabilitation, renewal and regeneration, basic values of architecture and urbanism, and permanence.
A PROJECT THAT RECOVERS THE HERITAGE OF THE CITY OF VALENCIA
Residential C4 is a project in which a great effort has been made to renew the historical, artistic and cultural heritage of the city of Valencia, maintaining its modernist façade and pointing out the value and the essence of the original building highlighting various existing elements such as the entrance hall space, the nolla pavement, the wooden carpentry or ironwork elements.
The list of SELECTED projects will be evaluated by 3 committees of experts, who will study and analyse the works in each of their professional fields. After the study, the committee will be ultimately responsible for choosing the 18 finalists and the winners.
Our thanks to the Official Colleges of Architects of the Valencian Community, Castellon, Valencia and Alicante and to the Higher Council of Associations of Architects in Spain selecting the Residential C4 project and believing that it represents the values and criteria of the best architecture in Spain.
You can see the rest of the selected proposals at the following link.
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