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Award for Best High School Final Project

With the aim of adding value to studies and professions linked to design and creativity, promoting these vocations and encouraging the talent of students, our School annually announces the LCI Barcelona Award for Best High School Final Project.


The competition is open to students from public, private and concerted centers in Catalonia who are in High School and are carrying out a research project related to the areas taught at the School: Fashion Design, Graphic Design, Interior Design, Animation, Video Game Design, Product Design, Photography and Innovation and Creativity.


Sílvia Viudas, LCI Barcelona general director, presents the winning project "Meteoscopi"


The submission of works to participate in the 4th edition must be made through an online form that will be available until June 15th, 2021. The jury issues its decision during the month of September and the award ceremony takes place within the High School Meeting held every year by LCI Barcelona.


The awards are:

  • Winner: Apple iMac 27 inches + Apple iPad Air*.
  • Finalists (2): Polaroid camera*.

Likewise, the educational center of the winning student receives a set of books from Gustavo Gili Publishing House valued at 200 euros.


*The amount of each prize can also be allocated to the development of the project or to a social cause.



 AWARD WINNERS 


2020 - "Cadires per Tororo" by Carlota Regales (Infant Jesús School)

Carlota and her tutor Guillem Fàbregas collected the award from Sílvia Viudas


Jesuitas Sant Gervasi-Infant Jesús School is an education center located in the heart of Barcelona. Based on a recognized tradition and pedagogical model, it innovates at the pace of social demands to educate people capable of committing themselves to their fellows and to the improvement of our environment and society in general.


2019 - "Meteoscopi" by Ivan Casanovas (Daina-Isard School)

Ivan and his tutor Xavier Lecha receiving the award


Born in 1969 and constituted as a cooperative in 1975, Daina-Isard School has a transversal project which contemplates the entire educational life of the student, from the age of 3 to 18. Its mission is to create, convey and promote culture in order to educate people with their own vision who live in society, contribute to it and transform it.


2018 - "Circus" by Anna Corsà (Daina-Isard School)

Our Pedagogy director Beatriu Malaret (left) and the general director Sílvia Viudas (right) present the award to Anna and her tutor Lídia Carranza


Born in 1969 and constituted as a cooperative in 1975, Daina-Isard School has a transversal project which contemplates the entire educational life of the student, from the age of 3 to 18. Its mission is to create, convey and promote culture in order to educate people with their own vision who live in society, contribute to it and transform it.

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