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The 2014 Vanceva® World of Color Awards™ is a global recognition program created to honor innovation and inspire the use of color in the built environment.
Architects, interior designers, glass fabricators, glazing engineers and other industry professionals will be recognized for their awe-inspiring architectural design projects that demonstrate creativity and forward-thinking uses of colored glass made with the Vanceva color interlayer system.
The call for entries is now open. Register your project here.
Or learn more about the international design competition here.
November 25th, 2013
November 20th, 2013
The esteemed panel of international architects and designers who make up the Vanceva® World of Color Awards™ jury are posting their observations about color in the built environment and beyond. Continue to be inspired as you learn more about each juror.
Andrew Moor, Principal of Andrew Moor Associates in London and author of The Colour of Architecture returns to the jury for...
November 20th, 2013
The competition is a global recognition program created to honor innovation and inspire the use of color in the built environment. Architects, interior designers, glass fabricators, glazing engineers and other industry professionals will be recognized for their awe-inspiring architectural design projects that demonstrate creativity and forward-thinking use of colored glass made with the Vanceva color interlayer system. Click Here to Submit your project today!
With so many different shops in this mall, it could have been a difficult task to find a color that exemplifies each store. But Vanceva® color interlayer technology made it possible for the architects to find just the right hue for each department in the mall. The color glazed glass also harmonizes nicely with the geometric cube shape of the building. When the sun shines brightly through...
April 1st, 2013
Located on the mouth of theFraserRiverinRichmond,British Columbia, this storm pump building elegantly reflects the sparkle and motion of water. Rather than building an unsightly concrete bunker on the popular waterfront promenade, the City of Richmond opted instead to complement the views of the river...
Though juggling 64 double glazed units of laminated glass proved to be a bit of a challenge to install in this project, the results are more than satisfactory. The inner pane of glass is tempered with a unique ceramic print in a circular pattern. The outer pane is laminated with Vanceva® color interlayers and printed with the image of hands.
February 11th, 2013
The Peabody Orlando proved to be a unique challenge for the architects as they more than tripled the size of an already successful existing hotel. A specific color palette tailored exactly to the project’s needs was developed and incorporated throughout the entire hotel as a way...