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Austin-Smith Lord
Austin-Smith Lord

The Curve, Teesside University, UK

The Curve was a competition winning design to renew the heart of Teesside University’s campus.

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Dixon Jones; Image copyright Fisher Studios
Dixon Jones; Image copyright Fisher Studios

The Garden Room, Said Business School, Oxford, UK

Dixon Jones’ competition winning design for the first phase of the Said Business School was completed in 2001.

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Cartwright Pickard, Image: Hundven Clements Photography
Cartwright Pickard, Image: Hundven Clements Photography

The Boilerhouse, Royal Holloway, University of London, UK

The Boilerhouse project for Royal Holloway, University of London is a new café pavilion and event space set in the courtyard of an existing heritage building.

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Glancy Nicholls Architects
Glancy Nicholls Architects

Chamberlain Halls of Residence, Birmingham, UK

Situated within the Edgbaston conservation area, Chamberlain Halls of Residence are an important addition to the University of Birmingham’s student accommodation site at the Val

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Residential tower, Pori, Finland

Pori’s tallest residential building – the new Linnainmaankulma tower – is an apt symbol of the Finnish city’s long history of copper production.

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Image copyright: Julien Lanoo
Image copyright: Julien Lanoo

Euravenir Tower, Lille, France

The Euravenir Tower project occupies the last free parcel of Phase One of the Euralille Area, which began in 1998 with OMA’s project built in association with François Delhays.

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A new feature on our website demonstrates the evolution of copper and copper alloy surfaces on buildings in different locations throughout Europe.

Finland’s Building Information Ltd. has issued guidelines on indoor hygiene for new build and renovation projects, describing copper as ‘the most well-known and effective antimicrobial material.’ 

Extended Deadline, you have until 12th May to submit your project.

Architects are being called to showcase their most arresting copper and copper alloy designs as the European Copper in Architecture Awards 18 opens for entries.

Copper and its alloys such as brass and bronze are increasingly used in the word of design thanks to their instantly-recognisable beauty and extraordinary versatility. We would like to draw attention of designers working with copper to enter A' Design Award & Competition.

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Architect and Partner Mads Mandrup explains the architectural concept for The Mærsk Tower

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Entry Form for the European Copper in Architecture Awards 18.

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