This project was invited to participate in the 2016 edition of the international exhibition Archeovirtual, organized by the Instituto per le Tecnologie Applicate ai Beni Culturali (Consiglio Nazionale di Recerca) in Paestum (Italy), considered the most important of the international competitions dedicated to virtual archeology.
In terms of virtual development and 3D modeling of Ullastret’s archaeological complex, Burzon*Comenge studio won the Golden A’ Design Award, in the category of design linked to culture and cultural heritage, in the edition 2016-2017 of these international awards held in the city of Como (Italy).
In 2017, the project was one of the most prominent finalists in the Heritage in Motion Awards by the European Museum Academy, Europa Nostra and Europeana at a ceremony held in Skopje, Northern Macedonia. The jury valued above all the ambition, innovation and scientific rigor applied in the development of the project.
Philipp von Zabern, a German renowned and prestigious publisher of history and archeology books, featured the virtual reconstruction of the Iberian city of Ullastret in a 2019 publication that includes some of the best digital reconstruction projects of archeological sites from all over Europe and the Middle East developed in recent years.