Tile of Spain: Passport to Creativity Tour Now Open for Entries

Tile of Spain: Passport to Creativity Tour Now Open for Entries

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 seventh annual Passport to Creativity tour.

Passport to Creativity gives architects and interior designers the opportunity to embark on a free trip to Spain alongside a group of industry professionals. Selected participants will partake in the 2019 architectural excursion where they will earn CEU credits and have a chance to visit Cevisama, the International Ceramic Tile and Bath Furnishing Show in Valencia, Spain.

“For the past seven years, the Passport to Creativity tour has been an exciting way for architects and designers to explore the technical and aesthetic benefits of Spanish tile,” states Rocamador Rubio Gomez, Director for Tile of Spain. “We’re looking forward to introducing our latest group of professionals to the deep history of ceramics in Spanish architecture, as well as how the latest manufacturing innovations have transformed the industry.”

To enter, Tile of Spain asks architects and designers to fill out the interest form detailing why they are interested in attending the tour and how their work can benefit from Spanish tile. Forms can be completed on the 2019 Cevisama Interest Form page here.

The Tile of Spain 2019 Passport to Creativity Tour will take place in late January with exact dates to be announced in the coming months. The trip includes time to explore multiple regions of Spain while experiencing its world-famous culture including the culinary arts, historical sites and attractions with architectural and design significance. The trip also includes a guided visit to Cevisama 2019, factory and booth tours and an exclusive Tile of Spain press conference. All participants will earn CEU credits.

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