Yesterday, the night of architecture were back in Barcelona another year, a party that each year gathers together a thousand professionals for the prize-giving ceremony of the FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design. Students have an special role during this event, because of the Habitàcola Awards prize-giving.
The FAD awards were established in 1958 with the aim of promoting current state-of-the-art artwork and recognising the quality of traditional languages in opening new paths.
Nowadays, the same desire of promoting the values of architecture and interior design in our everyday social cultural lives still lives on, and the initial creative field has expanded in the last few years, adapting the Awards to a more complicated and fickle reality than ever.
FAD Awards for Architecture and Interior Design are the longest-lived and most widely recognized awards in Spain and Portugal in these disciplines and this year they are celebrating their 61st staging. As every year the best projects in the categories of Architecture, Interior Design, City and Landscape and Ephemeral Interventions will be highlighted, among the shortlist projects.
Here you have the winners
Winner FAD Architecture 2019: IES PLAYA FLAMENCA in Orihuela Alicante by Alfredo Paya Benedito
Winner FAD Interior Design 2019: Restoration of the reading room in the library of the Banco de España building in Cibeles, Madrid by Matilde Peralta del Amo
Winner FAD City and Landscape 2019: Seafront promenade El Prat de Llobregat, Barcelona by Imma Jansana, Conchita de la Villa, Robert de Paauw
Winner FAD Ephemeral Interventions 2019: Mies missing materiality, Barcelona by Eugeni Bach Triadó, Anna Bach
Congratulations to all the winners!!!