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Berker is German architects’ favourite

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Gold and silver Architects’ Darling® awards for the Berker brand

Berker is German architects’ favourite

At the end of October, the most sought-after solutions from the construction industry were honoured with the 2014 Architects’ Darling® awards. The Berker brand was awarded the gold prize in the “Best architecture house publication” and silver in the “Best app” category. The fourth annual awards ceremony was held in Celle, celebrating the construction products receiving the highest ratings from architects. More than 250 representatives from the industry applauded the winners in 21 product categories and six marketing disciplines.

Gold and silver awards

In addition to the prizes in the various product categories, awards were also presented for the most successful projects in six different marketing disciplines. Assessing these categories requires intensive experience of the different products available on the market, so the jury was restricted to a high-calibre team of communications experts from research and practice, as well as representatives from top international architecture firms.

The architecture magazine “Berker Blueprint” was the proud recipient of a gold Architects’ Darling® award. This magazine presents outstanding architecture and intelligent ideas, with each edition dedicated to a different building structure and its master builder. The iF-award-winning magazine – available in English and German – focuses on architectural classics as well as visions of the homes and workspaces of tomorrow.

The silver award for the “Best app” category went to the Berker brand’s switch app, an electronic sample case for electrical engineers and building contractors. This app enables users to combine any design variants from all of the Berker switch series and see how they will look against different backgrounds. The photo function even enables users to view the products in the context of their own homes and compare them in a uniquely realistic setting.