Terrazas del Lago Inmoglaciar

“Terrazas del Lago” Grupo Porcelanosa prize-winner

The project stands out for being the residential development with the largest surface area of Krion used on a façade in Europe and the only project completed in Spain.

Grupo Inmoglaciar was the winner of the 11th Architecture and Interior Design Awards granted by Grupo Porcelanosa.

Specifically, it received the “Outstanding Private Residential Initiative Award” for its ventilated Krion® terrace for the “Terrazas del Lago” development. This development, located opposite the Felipe VI Park in Valdebebas, is made up of a total of 83 homes with 1 to 5 bedrooms and more than 2,000 m² of terraces. This residential development has the largest surface area of Krion used on a façade in Europe and the only project completed in Spain. This development is designed by the Morph architecture studio and is unique for its curved avant-garde façade, using Krion® and Ston-ker® materials made by the Porcelanosa Group.

It stands out both for its innovative terracing, facing towards the Valdebebas park, and for its curved shapes, focusing on the design of residential buildings that respond to its unique locations.

The awards ceremony was held yesterday at the Hotel Villamagna in Madrid and was attended by a significant representation of the sector in Spain.

Jordi Roig, Director of Operations at Grupo Inmoglaciar, received the award, which was presented to him by Héctor Colonques, founder and president of Porcelanosa. Roig said: “This award recognises the effort and the results of a proposal that, at first, seemed risky but, with the collaboration and dedication of architects, project management, builders, Porcelanosa and, of course, thanks to the magnificent team of Inmoglaciar, we have managed to create, the unique Terrazas del Lago project”.

The architect, César Frías, from Estudio Morph, also won the first prize for “Terrazas del Lago” in the category of Completed Projects.

The work has already been completed and is currently being delivered to its owners.

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