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A modern merchant's house, Copenhagen, Denmark

A modern merchant's house, Copenhagen, Denmark

With this conversion of a 1960s office building, BBP Arkitekter have used articulated, perforated golden copper alloy elements to animate and...

Canalla Disco, Pamplona, Spain

Canalla Disco, Pamplona, Spain

This project aimed to re-organise an existing nightclub, whose leitmotiv was grounded in sparkling, coloured lights inside a dark box.

Alps Villa in Lumezzane, Italy

Alps Villa in Lumezzane, Italy

A 'C' shaped house, of copper and wood, biting into the side of the green mountain provides a unique dwelling. Space planning allows flow throughout the building between three...

Fistral Blue Apartments, Newquay, UK

Fistral Blue Apartments, Newquay, UK

Fistral Blue, a luxury apartment development overlooking Newquay’s iconic surfing beach, has been designed to be a major focal point for this dramatic, headland area of the...

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Great James Street, London, UK

32-33 Great James Street comprises two Grade II* listed five storey terraced townhouses built between 1720 and 1724 in Central London. The office accommodation both in the main...

Museum Of The Franco-Prussian War Of 1870 And The Annexation, Gravelotte, France

Museum Of The Franco-Prussian War Of 1870 And The Annexation, Gravelotte, France

Monolithic, the Museum of the Franco-Prussian War of 1870 and the Annexation sits quietly in the village of Gravelotte, but is powerfully distinguished by its...

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One of this magazine’s strengths is its ability to offer comparisons of different architectural approaches to a single material - copper.

Copper in Architecture are very pleased to announce that we will be displaying the shortlisted projects for the European Copper in Architecture Awards at VISION LONDON, which will be held at Olympia, London on the 2 and 3 June.   


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.

Specifying durable and effective antimicrobial materials for healthcare design is becoming increasingly important in light of growing antimicrobial resistance and the need to improve infection control.  A new CPD presentation helps architects to understand the challenges of infection control and the solution antimicrobial copper touch surfaces provide.

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