References

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Adelaide Oval, Australia

Bronze cladding and copper mesh help add an extra dimension of material quality to the sports stadia typology at the newly redeveloped Adelaide...

Conkwell Pod, Bath, UK

The brief for the Pod was to accommodate a small and discreet space for the residents of Myrtle Cottage, in the small woodland hamlet of Conkwell, on the...

Kashubian Philharmonic Hall, Wejherowo, Poland

Kashubian Philharmonic Hall with Culture Center is located in Wejherowo at the intersection of Haller Str. and Sobieski Str. in the part of the city named Old Town.  Based...

University building in St. Etienne, France

The use of a single facade material – a golden alloy of copper – seeks to unify separate functions in this university building in St. Etienne, France. At the same time,...

Gymnasium and Town Hall Esplanade, Chelles, France

The design of the gymnasium and the square of central Chelles was an opportunity to use an architectural project to address urban issues. The plot is indeed in a central...

Sven-Harry’s Museum, Sweden

Conceived as a shrine, securing its valuable content behind solid sheets of metal, stands the museum for Sven Harry Karlsson next to Vasaparken in Stockholm. Karlsson is the...

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THE CHANGING FACE OF COPPER

Just a cursory glance at the Contents page illustrates the range of architectural expression enabled by copper and the enthusiasm of designers in seeking out new possibilities for the material.

Entries are now invited for the 2015 European Copper in Architecture Awards 17 - a showcase for architects designing with copper and its alloys to promote their work to an international audience. The final deadline for receipt of entries is 30th April 2015

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We open this issue with the results of the 2013 European Copper in Architecture Awards and make no apologies for reminding ourselves of the outstanding quality of the shortlisted and award winning projects, as well as the diverse applications of copper on display

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