The eighth annual Schüco Excellence Awards take place later this year, with the application process to enter projects officially opened.
This year’s event will welcome back architectural designer and television presenter, Charlie Luxton, to host the awards at The Banqueting House in London’s Whitehall on Thursday 16th September.
The well-established Schüco Excellence Awards for Design and Innovation, run in association with Architecture Today, recognise outstanding projects, completed with Schüco systems throughout the UK and Ireland. The deadline for entries is 25th June.
The 2020 Awards saw more entries than ever before, demonstrating the recognition the Awards receive from across the industry.
Winning entries showcase the very best contributions from design and specialist contractor teams, and the Schüco façade, window and door systems involved in the entered project.
Entries are judged on creativity, innovation, technical expertise and collaboration to deliver architectural intent.
This year’s judges include an array of esteemed past judges and previous award winners. These include Hazel Joseph from AHMM, Steve Mudie from Alinea Consulting, Harry Montresor from Montresor Partnership, Ingrid Petit from Fielden Fowles, Daniel Mulligan from Glen Howells, Carol Paterson from OMA and Isabel Allen from Architecture Today.
The categories for the 2021 Schüco Excellence Awards are: Commercial building, Cultural building, Education and Health buildings, Individual house, Individual house improvement, Refurbishment project, Residential development, Specialist contractor, Steel project and Sustainable project.
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