The ECOLA awards 2019, which celebrate its ninth edition this year, already have winners. And among them, is the Mallorcan architecture studio TEd'A Arquitectes.
Promoted and organized by Sto and the German Association of Revoco Companies, the awards have valued more than one hundred projects from 27 European countries.
The jury of these biannual awards, which recognize the architectural projects that have stood out in the use of the plaster both outdoors and indoors, has awarded the Mallorcan studio led by Irene Pérez and Jaume Mayol in the category “Restoration, Renovation and Conversion” for its Can Picafort project (Majorca). This is the integral reform of a building of four tourist apartments located near the beach.
The awards are divided into two categories: "Restoration, Renovation and Conversion" and "New buildings". Within each of them, the jury chooses two winners. Together with the Spanish studio, the Berlin-based group of architects, Bruno Fioretti Márquez Architects, has been recognized in the same category for its project to expand and convert Wittenberg Castle.
In the category of "New buildings", the winners are AIM Studio, for a local community center located in Tivat, Montenegro, and Aires Mateus Architects (Lisbon), for its meeting center in Grândola (Portugal).
The jury, consisting of international industry experts, has had the participation of Manuelle Gautrand, of Manuelle Gautrand Architecture; Valentin Bearth, from Bearth & Deplazes Architekten, and Andreas Cukrowicz, from Cukrowicz Nachbaur Architekten.
Congratulations to the winners!