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Issue #21

WIENERBERGER BRICK AWARD 2018: JURY ANNOUNCEMENT

Brick Award

Wienerberger Brick Award, which was first initiated in 2004, is a biannual architectural award that is presented to outstanding examples of modern and innovative brick architecture. In 2018, Wienerberger will present this internationally established award for the eighth time; the submission phase has ended on the 20th of April and nearly 600 projects were submitted from 44 countries.
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Wienerberger, Mews House, London/UK, Russell Jones © Rory Gardiner
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Jury of the Wienerberger Brick Award 2018
Jonathan Sergison, Marc Mimram, Anne Kaestle, Stephan Ferenczy & Vladimir Arsene
Jury of the Wienerberger Brick Award 2018
Jonathan Sergison, Marc Mimram, Anne Kaestle, Stephan Ferenczy & Vladimir Arsene

WIENERBERGER BRICK AWARD 2018: JURY ANNOUNCEMENT

Brick Award

Wienerberger Brick Award, which was first initiated in 2004, is a biannual architectural award that is presented to outstanding examples of modern and innovative brick architecture. In 2018, Wienerberger will present this internationally established award for the eighth time; the submission phase has ended on the 20th of April and nearly 600 projects were submitted from 44 countries.

50 projects were nominated by a panel of architects, architecture journalists and critics. Now it is up to the independent jury out of five international renowned architects to select the category winners and the winner of the Grand Prize.

 

The Brick Award 18 Jury consists of:

  • Anne Kaestle, Duplex Architekten, Germany
  • Jonathan Sergison, Sergison Bates architects, United Kingdom
  • Marc Mimram, Marc Mimram Architecture, France
  • Stephan Ferenczy, BEHF Corporate Architects, Austria
  • Vladimir Arsene, Westfourth Architecture, Romania

 

The only thing that counts is the expertise and opinion of the jury, Wienerberger had absolutely no say in the selection of projects, The jury gives special attention to the architecture quality, the innovation level of the project, the use of bricks and how functionality, sustainability and energy efficiency are combined.

For more information about the jury visit: www.brickaward.com