28 - 30 MARCH 2023
IFEMA - MADRID

> Advanced Architecture Awards 2022

The building sector needs a change of scenario, we are entering a new era of building, the application of technology, sustainable solutions, designing healthier and more energy efficient spaces are becoming increasingly necessary.

The Advanced Architecture Awards 2022 are intended to recognize the work, leadership and effort of those companies and professionals who are committed to transformation, disruption and innovation. For those that generate new materials, develop alternative products, more efficient equipment, building systems in line with sustainability criteria and operational processes that should help industrialize their production. Also for those that apply technology and digitalization to improve building processes.

Advanced Architecture Awards 2022
Zehnder Award for Innovation of Product, Material or System:
Finsa-Simon Collab, a new industrialised indoor architectural panel system that integrates lighting, electrification and sensorisation.

Finalists: Lignum Tech and Hormipresa Living

Jung Award for Interior Design and UX-User Experience:
Clavel Arquitectos, for the remodelling of a 5* hotel, restaurants and leisure areas in Badajoz.

Finalists: Lourdes Martínez Nieto Arquitectos and Cloudworks together with Circular Studio

Aedas Homes Award for Digitalisation or Technological Investment
UCLM, for VET-5D, a tool for visualisation and exploration of 3D thermal models of building interiors.

Finalists: Plan Reforma and Cityplain by Citythinking

 

Aldes Award for Sustainability, decarbonisation or greater self-generation of energy
Celobert Cooperativa, by Cirerers, which responds to two major current and future challenges: the housing and climate emergency. It does so through an architecture that adapts to the needs of its inhabitants and the surrounding urban environment.

Finalists: Vivienda y Suelo de Euskadi and sAtt Arquitectura

Aldes Award for Sustainability, decarbonisation or greater self-generation of energy
Celobert Cooperativa, by Cirerers, which responds to two major current and future challenges: the housing and climate emergency. It does so through an architecture that adapts to the needs of its inhabitants and the surrounding urban environment.

Finalists: Vivienda y Suelo de Euskadi and sAtt Arquitectura

Thermochip Award for offsite and modular construction
Aykos Healthcare, for the industrialised modular construction of a hospital in Spain with two operating theatres, 450 m2 and subsequent shipment by boat and assembly to Mauritius. The whole process took 24 weeks.

Finalists: ACR and BMI Roofing Systems