MWCC awarded in the II Edition of the FEARLESS awards


MWCC awarded in the II Edition of the FEARLESS awards

imagen MWCC awarded in the II Edition of the FEARLESS awards

MWCC has been awarded in the II Edition of the FEARLESS awards. In this edition, ten figures from flamenco, design and architecture were awarded.

Among those awarded in the design category, Pascua Ortega stands out as the Honorary Award for ‘a lifetime in Interior Design’. Also the architect Tristán Lopez-Chicheri (L35), author of the design of the façade of the new Santiago Bernabéu Stadium, as an Honorary Award for ‘a lifetime in architecture’; the A-CERO studio, ‘sustainable architecture studio’ award received by Joaquín Torres and Rafael Llamazares. In the ‘revelation builder’ category, the Archarray Group’s career was awarded, whose award was collected by Pablo Castellano and Jacobo Castellano. As a public-private entity that promotes and disseminates architecture and design in Madrid, the award went to David García Núñez, president of MWCC (Madrid World Capital) of the Madrid City Council and Community of Madrid. Julio Iranzo, for his part, collected the ‘craftsmanship and luxury in real estate’ award from the promoter AVELLANAR.

On this occasion, among the flamenco figures, Vicente Amigo stands out as the honorary award for ‘a lifetime dedicated to the flamenco guitar’; the Carmona family (Antonio Carmona, Marina Carmona, Lucía Carmona and Mariola Orellana) awarded in the ‘flamenco saga’ category; Amazon Music in the category ‘streaming music service that promotes flamenco’; the Caja Sol Foundation as a non-profit entity ‘patronage of flamenco’; Jorge Ramsés (CEO of Grupo Ramsés) in the category ‘hospitality company that promotes flamenco’ for the recent birth of Flamenco de Leones.

2024: First edition of the Architecture Madrid Awards (AMA).

After celebrating its editions last year in the cities of Milan (Italy), Paris (France), Los Angeles (USA), Tokyo (Japan) and Beijing (China); Madrid will host its own edition. CEIDA association, which has more than 500,000 associated international architecture firms, aims to establish a collaboration network between architecture and urban design professionals from different countries. In addition, its goal is to honor those established and emerging national and international projects that are directed by junior studios.

A total of 30 categories will be awarded, divided by subsectors (such as architecture and interior architecture in segments such as hospitality, retail, residential projects, offices, public works and urban planning), to which any project completed in Spain and signed by those architecture and interior design studios that have not been in existence for more than 15 years, thus being able to enhance and offer their visibility. In addition, other international projects will be awarded in similar categories. And an honorary prize will be awarded to an established architect.

The event will be supported by MWCC, COSMOS, Fearless magazine and CEIDA, allowing Madrid to become the world capital of architecture in 2024.