Call for entries to the Troldtekt award 2015

Call for entries to Troldtekt's Wood Wool Award 2015

Dezeen promotion: Danish acoustic panel manufacturer Troldtekt is inviting architects and designers to submit projects featuring innovative uses of wood wool panels for the chance to win €5,000 (+ slideshow).

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
Atuarfik Hans Lynge School, Greenland by KHR architects

Troldtekt's acoustic panels are used to absorb sound and can be applied internally or externally.

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
Rebildporten by CEBRA architects

The company has asked architects and designers to submit projects in the form of photographs and drawings from one or more of their own buildings where wood wool panels have been visibly incorporated in the architectural design – regardless of the manufacturer.

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
Children’s Home of the Future by CEBRA architects

A jury will choose the two best projects – one that uses Troldtekt cement-bonded wood wool panels and another that incorporates wood wool panels manufactured by any other company.

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
Children’s Home of the Future by CEBRA architects

They will assess the projects based on their aesthetic quality and originality, and on how the use of wood wool panels supports and enhances the architectural design.

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
The Iceberg by CEBRA architects, JDS, SeARCH and Louis Paillard Architects

The two designers who submit the most creative and innovative use of the acoustic panels will each be awarded a prize of €5,000 (approximately £3,700).

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
The Iceberg by CEBRA architects, JDS, SeARCH and Louis Paillard Architects

Buildings that feature Troldtekt's panelling include Atuarfik Hans Lynge School in Greenland, and London's Westminster City college.

Troldtekt Wood Wool award 2015
Westminster College by Schmidt Hammer & Lassen architects

Entries are being accepted through the Archdaily website from 14 September to 16 October 2015. Participants must upload their project with a minimum of two photographs, one detailed drawing, as well as a brief summary description of the project.

Visit Troldtekt's website for more information and a full list of submission guidelines.

www.troldtekt.com