Last year's winner: the Archaeology Museum of Vitoria in Spain, designed by Mangado y Asociados
Entries are being sought for this year’s European Copper in Architecture Awards.
The awards, now in their 15th year, are open to recently completed buildings of all sizes and types anywhere in Europe that use copper or one of its alloys, such as bronze and brass.
Last year’s winner, which was one of 50 entries from 16 countries, was the Archaeology Museum of Vitoria in Spain, designed by Mangado y Asociados, which used cast bronze elements in its facades.
The deadline for entries is May 31 and the awards will be presented in September.
More information from www.copperconcept.org
13 January 2011