The winners of the 2019 edition of the Muuuz International Awards were announced this Wednesday December 11 during a ceremony organized at the Grand Hôtel Intercontinental Opéra in Paris (9e). Discover the winners of the Architecture and Construction category!
Terreal: Piterak Slim
The winner in the Terracotta facade category is a terracotta cladding that is simple to install and has great customization possibilities.
Rieder: Terrazzo Black
Still in the world of facades, the winner in the concrete facade category declines the terrazzo trend and infuses a facade with a graphic spirit.
Euro Shelter x You are here: Fouquet's Barrière Mirror Wall
It is an association that we wanted to promote in the Exterior Composite Panel category, that of Euro Shelter, specialist in honeycomb sandwich panels, and the architects of You are here.
Laudescher: Linea 3D SCALE
The winner of the 3D Wall Covering category was able to seduce the editorial team thanks to its unique woodwork and its aesthetic qualities.
Abet Laminati: Diplos
Still in wood, it is a collection that combines creativity and quality that we have chosen to reward in the Wood wall covering category.
Eno Studio / Numero 111: Fragment
The winners of the Wall Decor category show us that wallpaper is by no means old-fashioned, quite the contrary!
Neolith: Mar Del Plata
In the Sintered Stone category, place an original material, with a unique look, located between marble and slate.
Milliken: Comfortable concrete 2.0
In the Textile Flooring category, there are covering tiles available in numerous patterns that allow free composition that charmed the editorial staff.
Ntgrate: 2.0 / Versatile Collection
It is a versatile collection with textures and creative styles that we wanted to reward in the Vinyl tiles category.
Artepy: Bolon Studio Link
Graphics and a bit nostalgic, the winners of the Woven Flooring category offer atypical floors that Muuuz's editorial staff particularly appreciated.
Tarkett: iQ Surface
The winner of the vinyl floor category gives vinyl floors its acclaim thanks to a colorful collection!
SASMINIMUM: Le Pavé
Equally colorful, it is especially for its ecological properties that we particularly wanted to reward the following product, which closes the Architecture and Construction category.
Dickson Constant: SWK6
The winner of the Acoustic Textile category is Dickson Constant's SWK6 fabric, an acoustic, durable, aesthetic, and robust fabric, which allows up to 100% sound absorption in many common areas.