Emilgroup Project Awards 2023: Nominations open for second edition


Emilgroup, the Italian high-quality porcelain stoneware brand, has announced the opening of nominations for the second edition of the Emilgroup Project Awards. The contest was launched to reward international projects created with Emilgroup collections that stand out for creativity, originality and design.

The first edition of the award, held in 2022, was a great success with over 100 projects competing from all over the world. This year, Emilgroup is once again seeking to valorise the professionals (architects, designers, planners) who choose Emilgroup excellence, rewarding the projects that best interpret the Group’s values and excellence: quality, craftsmanship, passion for detail, and love for design.

The competition is divided into four categories: Inspiration, Creativity, Prestige and Evolution. The jury of experts will decide on a winner for each of the categories. The competition is open to all architects, designers and planners who have realised architectural creations using Emilgroup products.

Entries can be submitted until 31 August 2023 via the online form on the Emilgroup Project Awards website. The four winning projects will be awarded as “Emilgroup Project Awards 2023 Winner” and officially announced on 25 September 2023 at the Emilgroup headquarters in Fiorano Modenese.

The jury is composed of a team of industry experts, including Giancarlo Macchioni (Creative Director Emilgroup) and Lisa Pavanello (Architech Emilgroup). Emilgroup, which has been offering the best Made in Italy porcelain stoneware to designers and planners since 1961, stands for attention to detail, aesthetics, functionality, and the search for precious and unique materials suitable for every type of environment and personality.

With the Emilgroup Project Awards, Emilgroup wants to valorise and showcase the talent, creativity and passion of all the professionals who have wanted to create solutions and styles with exclusive Emilgroup ceramics. Innovation, research and an aptitude for experimentation are the vocation of the Emilgroup.

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