Awards

 

AWARDS COMPETITION 2015

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Sustainability Category

WINNER         Genoves Park's Lookout

RUNNER UP  Garage Museum of Contemporary Art

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Innovation Category

WINNER          Pearl Inside

RUNNER UP   Public Swimming Pool

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Design Category

WINNER        Caixa Forum

RUNNER UP  London Olympic Stadium

 

ABOUT THE AWARDS

Competition

EPSE Awards is an internal, biennial competition and the Awards 2015. The aim of this event is to promote unique properties of polycarbonate and a wide array of applications in which it may be used.
Polycarbonate is a material which can be easily worked and modelled, and therefore, it can be used virtually for any kind of application. It is widely used in the construction sector, mainly for big-size installations like stadiums, arenas or olympic venues. PC sheets are commonly used in engineering and among others in the automotive, electronics and medical industries. More recently polycarbonate caught the attention of interior architects & furniture designers, artists and number of other niche markets.

Judging Process

There are 2 steps in the judging process. In the first step the jury panel judges the projects individually. The 3 best graded projects go on to the second step which is public voting. The projects pre-selected by the Jury are published on the EPSE website where the public votes on their favourite project in each of the 3 categories. The following brochure presents all the other entries submitted to the EPSE AWARDS 2015 highlighting the winners and runners up.

 

 

 

EPSE Awards is an internal competition. The aim of this event is to promote unique properties of polycarbonate and a wide array of applications in which it may be used. Polycarbonate is a material which can be easily worked and modelled, and therefore, it can be used virtually for any kind of application. It is widely used in the construction sector, mainly for big-size installations like stadiums, arenas or olympic venues. PC sheets are commonly used in engineering and among others in the automotive, electronics and medical industries. More recently polycarbonate caught the attention of interior architects & furniture designers, artists and number of other niche markets

 

Judging process

There are 2 phases in the judging process. In the first step the jury panel judges the projects individually. The 3 best graded projects go on to the second step which is public voting which will take place in September. The pre-selected projects are published on the EPSE website where the public votes on their favourite project in each of the 3 categories. The winners will be announced in October during an official Ceremony.
 
 

Awards 2016

EPSE AWARDS 2016 is the 8th edition of the competition. The projects submitted to the 8th edition of the Awards are a perfect example of the intrinsic properties of PC sheets. They clearly demonstrate high impact & fire-resistance, durability, flexibility, lightweight and transparency of polycarbonate. There were 14 projects submitted to this years’ competition including public buildings like stadiums, shopping malls, sport centers, hotels and swimming pools but also art installations.
The winners were announced during the EPSE Awards Ceremony on October 21st at the K Fair in Düsseldorf at the Trinseo stand who kindly supports the event.
 

EPSE AWARDS 2016 MEDIA PARTNERS