AGPB Awards 2022
On November 30, 2022, the Austrian Green Planet Building®Award was handed out to those Austrian companies that played a key role in sustainable construction projects abroad. Whether high-rise building, office building, supermarket, bank, coffee roastery, museum, church, airport, outlet store, electronics store, residential or tourism building - all projects have a focus on future-oriented construction and planning services.
The AWARDS were held at the Austrian Federation of Social Insurance Institutions by high-ranking representatives of the initiators of the Austrian Green Planet Building: Jürgen Schneider (Federal Ministry for Climate Protection, Environment, Mobility, Innovation and Technology) and Patrick Sagmeister (AUSSENWIRTSCHAFT AUSTRIA) jointly presented the awards to a total of 14 projects and the Austrian companies involved in them. Photos of the event can be found here.
Austrian EXPO20 Pavilion Dubai, Dubai, ARE
Outstanding architecture, which has meanwhile won numerous design awards, a clever building concept, comprehensive energy saving and decomposability are the hallmarks of the EXPO Pavilion designed by querkraft Architekten.
Active Energy Building, Vaduz, LIE
The architects of Falkeis²architects made use of every optimization possibility in the building with a highly modern and innovative building services concept, as well as an efficient supporting structure with a high degree of adaptability.
Montagne du Parc, Brüssel, BEL
Diverse use, reuse and recycling of the old building structure and seasonal heat storage through an underground water reservoir characterize the project.
Apple Garden, Almaty, KAZ
The energy self-sufficient building with complex building services concept distinguishes between 3 different climate zones within the thermal envelope.
TechnoDom, Karaganda, KAZ
Thanks to an optimized building envelope, deep probes and a photovoltaic system, the store consumes very little energy even at extreme temperatures in summer and winter.
Roman Orthodox Church, Maximovka, KAZ
Despite extreme climate conditions, Zero Energy Church manages to produce heating, cooling and electricity entirely on its own property.
Museum of drinking water, Hangzhou, CHN
The Museum of drinking water, designed in passive house standard, convinces by an energy-efficient planning and construction in a drinking water protection area.
Passive House Office, Jiaxing, CHN
The photovoltaic system was intelligently used as a shading element in order to construct the office building in the warm and humid climate in accordance with the passive house standard.
Brock Commons Tallwood House, Vancouver, CAN
One of the world's tallest buildings in solid wood construction impresses with its consistent implementation in this method and could thus save about 500 tons of CO2.
Zero Carbon Resorts, Puerto Princesa, PHL
Ecological building materials available on site ensure great resource efficiency, a biological small sewage treatment plant, photovoltaic system and the technical equipment characterize the independence and living comfort of the building.
Designer Outlet Croatia, Zagreb, HRV
Traditional design elements and high-quality materials create a casual-stylish ambience with a resource-saving energy concept.
AGPB Technology Awards 2022
Coffee Roastery Joh. Johannson, Vestby, NOR
Probably the most advanced and environmentally friendly coffee roasting factory worldwide, executed with a 6,780 m² roof structure made of KIELSTEG elements..
KIWI Lerberg, Lerberg, NOR
With its unique roof construction, KIELSTEG Bauelemente meets all the requirements of a roof exposed to high load-bearing capacity due to snow and green roofing, and at the same time does not ignore sustainability.
Mactan Cebu International Airport, Mactan-Cebu, PHL
Rubner Holzbau's sophisticated roof construction makes the airport an earthquake- and wind-resistant building in a tropical climate.