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Foto: Radek Brunecky

Foto: Radek Brunecky

Secondary school, Vouvry, Switzerland

Vouvry’s golden, shimmering secondary school stands between the River Rhone and the village centre on the valley floor of the Lower Valais.

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Photo: Ivan Brodey

Photo: Ivan Brodey

Secondary school, Strømmen, Norway

This compact, low energy secondary school for 450 students uses pre-oxidised, profiled copper cladding to celebrate its locality.

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Photo: Kilian O'Sullivan

Photo: Kilian O'Sullivan

Pegasus Academy, London, UK

A golden copper alloy frontage announces the entrance to this south London school – recipient of several awards, including Winner of the 2015 Architectural Review Schools Award

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Ecole d'Art et 25 Logements

The new School of Art, located right in the heart of the city, is entirely in keeping with the renewal project initiated by the local council.The boulevard-level façade is

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Photo: Angus Bremner

Photo: Angus Bremner

Arcadia Nursery, University of Edinburgh, UK

The Arcadia Nursery is the first of two projects within the historic campuses of the University of Edinburgh designed by Malcolm Fraser Architects, characterised by a copper all

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Photo: Hufton & Crow

Photo: Hufton & Crow

Copper Exeter Forum, Exeter, UK

The second project designed by Wilkinson Eyre Architects featured here is The Forum, a new campus entrance and hub for students at the University of Exeter, characterised by a s

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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.

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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.

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