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EUROPEAN COPPER IN ARCHITECTURE AWARDS


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Hverdagsscene © Mathias Herzog


Hverdagsscene (Communal Stage), Norway –


HUS arkitekter AS


The project was part of a larger plan to renovate and upgrade Torvet, Trondheim’s town square, as a whole. The architects’ vision was to create a new, lively space focused on activity rather than form – a space bursting with people and life. The stage itself is multifunctional without any dedicated use and is dominated by the main attraction – the cylindrical stage ‘loft’. With a skin consisting of perforated and patinated copper, the stage canopy is transformed from its rich green patina in daylight to an animated beacon at night by artificial lighting from the inner circle reflected throughout the screen. The cylinder consists of three layers: the inner reflective surface is polished stainless steel with a random pyramid pattern; the


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middle screen is copper with clear lacquer to keep its natural colour over the years; finally, the outer skin is made of hand-patinated green copper. The two copper layers are perforated for trans- parency in a random pattern of hexagons of varying sizes. Between the middle and inner layers, multi-coloured LED lighting is arranged in five height zones, facing inwards. Between the outer and middle layers, on top of the structure, LED wall-washers face downwards.


Further information


The Overall Winner, Commended projects and a Public Choice Award will be announced later in the year. More information and images of the shortlisted projects, all the other entries and previous awards can be viewed at copperconcept.org/awards


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