First prize in a private competition between 6 architecture firms to design a 2000m2 villa in Son Vida, Palma for a private client. Project is currently under construction.
First prize in the public building competition organized by town hall of Pollenca in Mallorca. The competition concerned finding ideas for a public building with turistic information and multifunctional spaces, which is located in Plaza Mayor corner, Carritx street of Pollença.
Finalist in the fourth year of the 2007-10 Mallorca Architectural Awards, organised by the Balearic Islands Association of Architects (COAIB), with four projects: two single-family homes, a project to renovate an existing home, and the renovation of a public square.
Third prize in a state-subsidised housing competition (IBAVI) for twenty-four homes in the town of Llucmajor, Mallorca.
Finalist in the third year of the 2004-6 Mallorca Architectural Awards, organised by the Balearic Islands Association of Architects (COAIB). The project presented was for a nursery and primary school in Ca's Capsicum, in Palma, and was carried out with the architect Joan Riera. Exhibition and publication of project by COAIB.
Selected by the Balearic Islands Association of Architects (COAIB) for the final stage of the 2003-4 Mallorca Architectural Awards, in the second year the event was held. The project presented was for the restoration of an existing home. Exhibition of the project at the Lonja de Palma building and publication in a book edited by COAIB
First prize in a state-subsidised housing competition (IBAVI) for thirteen homes in Moscari, Selva, Mallorca. Building completed in 2003.
First prize in a state-subsidised housing competition (IBAVI) for seventeen homes in the town of Llucmajor, Mallorca. Work completed in 2000.
First prize in a competition for ideas for state-subsidised housing (IBAVI) for an apartment block with forty-four flats in Felanitx.
Selected from out of twenty projects to participate in the “Celsing Price 1995”, an annual architectural competition and exhibition in Stockholm, Sweden.
Selected from out of the best 1995-1996 final-year projects from the Schools of Architecture in Cataluña, to participate in the Dragados Awards.
First prize in the Pladur building solutions competition awarded by the School of Architecture of the Vallés of the Polytechnic University of Catalonia.