The interior designer, Pedro José Martínez Llanes, has become the winner of the International Contract Environment Design Contest, InterCIDEC 2020, with his proposal "IR HOUSE" for the interior design of a Sustainable Tourist Apartment.
The winning project proposes the development of homes from recycled pallets.
It is a product where disused wood is valued for the creation of new homes.
So a circular economy process is carried out.
These will be single-family homes and due to the design of the plant it will be very easy to make groups of different owners.
To be a sustainable product, they have been designed with cross ventilation, with all the existing guidelines so that they have the lowest possible energy demand. As an anecdote, the winner received the news directly through a video call in which the Jury had the opportunity to personally congratulate him. The jury has also awarded two second prize: one to the proposal "ARMONIO_O" by José David López Gómez, and a second second prize to "EL NIDO" by María Beatriz Blanco.
Also, due to its differentiating character and the potential shown, a Special Mention of the Jury has been awarded for the project: "OCÉANO" by Marina Gómez Benita. An edition focused on tourist apartments, increasingly demanded by users This fifth edition has closed with more than 50 proposals submitted, from a dozen countries, despite the current pandemic situation.
The objective of InterCIDEC is to bring innovative proposals to the hotel and catering sector and create synergies between designers and owners of hotels, tourist apartments and restaurants. The theme of this edition has focused on the interior design of a Sustainable Tourist Apartment, which is having so much acceptance by consumers in these times and which, in their assessment, have counted the environmental aspect and sustainable proposals both in the quality of the design and the creative talents of the author or authors.
In the evaluation of the projects presented, the conceptual proposal has scored; innovation in form, composition or materials; the aesthetic value from the point of view of harmony and distribution, and accessibility, among others. Marc Rahola Matutes has chaired the InterCIDEC 2020 jury "We are experiencing a disruptive change.
Comfort, in terms of sustainability, and sustainability, are not only present in an ecological sense but also in a social sense.
Therefore, furniture that is capable of giving multifunctionality to different spaces is essential.
And this, not only in terms of tourism but also for the homes themselves.
" These are reflections of Marc Rahola Matutes, president of the jury of the International Design Contest of Contract Environments, InterCIDEC 2020, which met this Thursday, October 8, at the facilities of Beltá & Frajumar, a furniture manufacturer from Yecla (Murcia) and company convening the contest. The InterCIDEC jury has been made up of prestigious professionals.
Among them, it is worth highlighting the presence of Javier Fernández, purchasing manager at IKOS Hotels Andalucía; Jérôme Gateau, general manager of La Sella Golf & Resort, and María José Gómez Martín, manager of GV Apartments Smart For Rentals. Designers and hotel production companies have also been part of the 2020 jury, including designer David García, project manager of the Ramón García Group; the designer Vicente Gallega, from the Gallega Design studio; Francisco Pérez, manager of SUTEGA Equipamiento Integral, and José Antonio Alonso, winner of the InterCIDEC 2019 edition. Finally, it has also had María Luisa Ruiz de Velasco, from the communication sector, commercial director of the HEARST Editorial Group, with emblematic headlines such as: New Style, Elle Decoration, My House, House Diez ...