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10 Weymouth Street, UK
10 Weymouth Street, UK

10 Weymouth Street, UK

Make has transformed a relatively undistinguished six storey 1960s block in the heart of the Harley Street Conservation Area of London’s Fitzrovia into a highly distinctive refu

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Chapel of St Lawrence, Finland

Avanto Architects’ award winning Chapel of St. Lawrence, Vantaa, Finland is based on the concept of ‘the Path’, depicting a Christian’s journey from here to eternity.

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KUMU - Art Museum of Estonia
KUMU - Art Museum of Estonia

KUMU - Art Museum of Estonia

The design of the museum is based on the winning entry of an international architectural competition, which was settled in 1994.

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Svalbard Science Centre, Norway
Svalbard Science Centre, Norway

Svalbard Science Centre, Norway

The project was commissioned through an invited competition.

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Housing at Frederikskaj, Denmark

Frederikskaj is a residential project with 152 owner-occupied apartments located in Teglholm in Copenhagen harbour's Sydhavn.

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Ferry Terminal, Stockholm, Sweden

A series of new Ferry Terminal buildings link Stockholm’s iconic quayside to the city

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Articles

The North American Copper in Architecture (NACIA) Awards Program Recognizes Excellence in the Use of Copper in Building Design Projects.  Projects are selected across three different categories: New Construction, Renovation/Restoration and Ornamental Applications.

COPPER CONNECTIONS

Our aim with Copper Architecture Forum is to highlight some of the best contemporary architecture from around Europe. But it is also illuminating to connect projects that share similar contexts, typologies, scales or programmes to explore how different architects use copper to respond to common issues.

Held annually, Vision is the place where architects, specifiers, clients and suppliers come together to discuss, debate and showcase the latest innovations and developments in architecture, design and the built environment. It focuses on innovative building products, materials and technology, and aims to provide ideas for new and inventive ways to achieve better building design and comply with changing legislation.

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The seventeenth iteration of these popular, biennial architectural awards recognises the growing influence of copper and its alloys on modern design.

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