There really are no limits to the architectural potential of copper. New opportunities with perforated metals continue to fascinate designers and copper is no exception.
...were revealed today online across Europe. This international award recognises the best architectural designs incorporating copper and copper alloys.
Compare different architectural approaches to a single material - copper.
Four architects explain their approach to design and explain why they chose copper for their projects, which you can find on Copperconcept.
The essence of a medieval town, from twisted spires to timberframed houses bent over by age, is embodied in the new Museum of Historical Marksmanship.
Visible from nearby main roads, the Information Pavilion 'Römerschlacht am Harzhorn' celebrates a major archaeological discovery in Lower Saxony that changed perceptions of Roma
In a world first, Bezannes – a town in Northern France – has installed antimicrobial copper door handles and stair rails in its city hall, social welfare institution and cultural centre, as well as a primary school. These hygienic surfaces will help protect the health of everyone using the facilities, and are intended as a symbol of the town’s readiness to innovate and improve.
Copper and the Home 2016 is the latest iteration of a well-established design competition calling on designers to take fresh inspiration from the red metal and its alloys.
COPPER ARCHITECTURE AND DIVERSITY
This issue features the results of the 2015 European Copper in Architecture Awards. We want to take this opportunity to congratulate all those who have received awards or were shortlisted, and thank everyone who entered.
The results of the 2015 European Copper in Architecture Awards 17 have just been announced, celebrated by videos of the Winning and Commended projects including architect interviews, an Awards brochure and coverage in the latest issue of Copper Architecture Forum magazine – all available via copperconcept.org/awards.