EGGER Headquarters' Architect Wins Award in the USA

  • The headquarters are the fourth building to be built in EGGER's company architecture style.
  • The Breitenbach-based architect Bruno Moser won the American Architecture Prize in Bronze for EGGER's headquarters.
  • Architect Bruno Moser received Bronze in the American Architecture Prize for the architecture of EGGER's headquarters.

The Breitenbach-based architect Bruno Moser has won Bronze in the American Architecture Prize for our headquarters in St. Johann, Tirol. The jury was convinced by the modular construction which was based on the EGGER OSB 4 Top board. The award ceremony took place on the 25th October 2016 in New York.

The American Architecture Prize is given annually in New York by an independent jury. International projects in the disciplines "Architecture", “Interior Design”, and “Landscape Architecture” enter the competition with the aim of increasing global appreciation of quality architectural designs. All submitted designs were assessed by the jury on the basis of "form", "function", and "innovation". Bruno Moser's work on the architecture of our headquarters is being recognised this year with the Bronze award.

The American Architecture Prize is not the first international award won by Bruno Moser for EGGER's headquarters. Most recently, he won the "best architects 17" award in June 2016. The award recognises the best architectural projects in Europe in the categories Residential, Office and Administrative Buildings, Commercial and Industrial Buildings, Public Buildings, and Interior Design.

 Manuela Leitner

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