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2014 Architizer A+ Awards2014 Architizer A+ Awards

"An award that breaks out of the architectural echo chamber."

- Jürgen Mayer H.

It is an unparalleled honor to receive the Architizer A+ Popular Choice Award, earned through public voting after a three-week campaign. Geometrica received the good news on April 1, 2014.

A+ AWARD POPULAR CHOICE WINNER
Museo Soumaya, Mexico City
Free Form Structures for Facades
Products and Facades Category

From Architizer:

Every architect and designer knows that it takes spectacular products to bring their designs to reality. This year Architizer introduced Product Awards in 15 innovative categories that addressed the issued that architects care most about.

Fans and architectural enthusiasts from all over the world weighed in on the Museo Soumaya, an astounding free form work of ingenious engineering and astounding design by architect Fernando Romero. The museum, which has become a cultural icon, is located in Mexico City. The immense, soaring sFacade Dome Buildingtructure has been photographed, filmed and documented as a public treasure, and Geometrica is both proud and pleased that it has impressed the imagination of thousands... right in the heart of Mexico!

Read about the Museo Soumaya, as well as Geometrica's architectural, industrial and bulk storage applications. These structures provide imaginative solutions and can be implemented on all terrains and geographic regions throughout the world.

The Museo Soumaya also became part of an award-winning print magazine campaign. "It felt like the advertising Olympics," says Geometrica president Francisco Castano of the annual Summit International Creative Awards.

The campaign earned Silver, and Geometrica was pleased to participate in a competition that spans the globe for entries and has been in existence for 18 years.  Since January 2012 the ads have been running in multiple languages throughout various industrial, architectural and bulk storage magazines all over the world.
 
Thanks to everyone who voted for Geometrica and the Museo Soumaya!