Tile Of Spain “Passport To Creativity” Contest is Open for Entries
October 18, 2016
Tile of Spain, the international brand representing 125 ceramic tile manufacturers belonging to the Spanish Ceramic Tile Manufacturers’ Association (ASCER), is now accepting entries for the fifth-annual “Passport to Creativity” contest.
The contest gives architects and interior designers an opportunity to enter to win a free trip to Spain. Winners will participate in a February 2017 architectural excursion where they will earn CEU credits and have a chance to visit Cevisama 2017, the International Ceramic Tile and Bath Furnishing Show in Valencia, Spain.
“Passport to Creativity has been a popular contest amongst architects and designers for the past five years,” states Rocamador Rubio Gomez, representative for Tile of Spain. “The submission process allows for these talented individuals to be creative, while also sparking design ideas for future projects. We are looking forward to see what creative entries we receive this year!”
To enter, Tile of Spain asks architects and interior designers to be creative and submit a picture of themselves with Spanish Tile. The tile can be a photo, a catalog or even a sample of Spanish Tile. Photos can be downloaded from the Inspiration Gallery at tileofspainusa.com. Be imaginative, and have fun!
The Tile of Spain 2017 Passport to Creativity Tour, running February 19 to 24, 2017, includes time to explore Spain while experiencing its culture including the culinary arts, historical sites and attractions with architectural and design significance. The trip also includes a guided visit to Cevisama 2017, factory and booth tours and an exclusive press conference. All participants will earn CEU credits.
For complete rules, and details on how to enter “Passport to Creativity”, please visit www.tileofspainusa.com/contest. Entries will be accepted through November 30, 2016.
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