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TECU Architecture Award 2022 News

18 January 2022

Luckenwalde Bibliothek:
Luckenwalde Bibliothek - TECU Architecture Award 2022
photos © KME

TECU Architecture Award in 2022

Last Call from KME: TECU® ARCHITECTURE AWARD 2022

The deadline for submitting project documents for the TECU® ARCHITECTURE AWARD is February 28, 2022. The jury will decide on the winners in the categories Realized Buildings and Project Award for Students in April 2022.

TECU Architecture Award 2022

Any submitted work will be considered, regardless of use or scale. The most important requirement: all projects and works must have been created between 2016 and 2021 using copper products of the TECU® brand from the manufacturer KME or must have been designed as a student project with a reference to copper as a material.

Walpole building UK:
Walpole building UK - TECU Architecture Award 2022

In addition to the specific use of materials in a building, the overall architectural concept is the decisive criterion for the assessment. The winners will be announced at the beginning of May 2022.

All further information via the award website www.kme.com/tecu-award.

The Jury:

– Diane Heirend, Diane Heirend Architecture & Urbanisme (Luxembourg).
– Jette Cathrin Hopp, Snøhetta(Oslo
– Jan Kampshoff, modulorbeat (Münster)
– Bernd Köhler, Senior Architect @ Werner Sobek Design (Stuttgart)
– Charlie Sutherland, Sutherland Hussey Harris (Edinburgh)

Nordic Embassy Building:
TECU Architecture Award 2022: Nordic Embassy Building

Copper, more than any other building material, is brought to life by specific applications. It reflects the entire range of architectural issues: historical and futuristic, manual trade skills and technological progress – convention and innovation, technology and art, tradition and avantgarde.

TECU® products from KME are made of copper and copper alloys. Copper is a natural element. Copper products are durable, recyclable and committed to the idea of sustainability “by nature”. For the manufacturing of TECU® products, copper is used exclusively from recycled stocks. Copper is 100% recyclable, so there is a huge potential: 90 % of all copper ever extracted and processed worldwide is still in use today. Building with TECU® is a commitment to sustainability.

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