Schüco Excellence Awards 2024 Now Open for Entries

Schüco is delighted to announce that entries are now open for the 2024 Schüco Excellence Awards, marking the eleventh year of the event. These industry-renowned awards celebrate outstanding design incorporating Schüco façade, window, and door systems. Presented in partnership with Architecture Today, the awards recognise creativity, innovation, technical expertise, and collaboration to deliver architectural intent.

Participation is open to architects and specialist contractors showcasing projects that integrate Schüco aluminium and steel products and systems. Winning projects will be announced at a celebratory awards lunch to be held at The Pelligon (formerly known as East Wintergarden), Canary Wharf, London on 27th June 2024.

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Schüco welcomes entries that cover projects both large and small, in urban and rural locations, and designed by practices and specialist contractors of all sizes. Winners will feature in a special awards supplement published in Architecture Today and in a special feature online.

Architecture Today editor Isabel Allen will serve as the chair for the 2024 judging panel, which comprises eight industry experts, including engineers, architects, and façade consultants.

The awards ceremony will honour accomplishments in eleven categories, featuring perennial favourites like the Individual House Award, which attracts a high calibre of creative entries, as well as newer additions such as the Major Project Award, introduced last year for buildings with at least 1,000 square metres of Schüco façade. Other categories include awards for Commercial and Mixed-Use developments; Education buildings; Health, Culture and Leisure buildings; Individual House Improvement; Refurbishment and Adaptive Reuse projects; Residential developments; Specialist contractors; Steel projects and Sustainability projects.

The deadline for entry is Friday 12th April. For full details and to enter, please visit:

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