Entry Form for the 2013 European Copper in Architecture Awards – a showcase for architects designing with copper and its alloys to promote their work to an international audience.
In its six chapters, the publication addresses the unique attributes of metal building products and their inherent value for future generations, including end-of-life recycling in all studies.
Now in their 15th cycle, the Awards not only recognise the skilful and inventive use of copper in buildings, they are also a highly impressive celebration of the best in contemporary European architecture.
This 18-page ‘Guide to Copper in Architecture’ provides essential background information on all aspects of copper sheet used for roofing, cladding and other architectural applications. It includes the latest comprehensive information on environmental issues resulting from extensive European research.
Copper Development Association Publication 156 aims to provide architects and contractors with the technical information needed to design and install fully supported sheet copper roofing.
For the first time, this year the judges considered all the entries together to select the very best in contemporary architecture from across Europe.
This is the 13th iteration of a design-led competition celebrating the use of copper in architecture in all its various forms. Although started in the UK, over the last few years it has developed to recognise the best recently completed buildings in Europe.
Details of winning entries in the Copper in Architecture Awards 12 competition.
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