Façade of the Year 2016 Awards

 Octatube´s Sven Butteling (sales manager) with the award certificate
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Octatube´s Sven Butteling (sales manager) with the award certificate | Photo: www.octatube.nl
At the highly prestigious Glass Supper in London, Octatube received an international award for façade engineering excellence.

The Van Gogh Museum’s Glass Entrance Building gained a special commendation for the Façade Of The Year 2016 Awards in the category New Build.

The Façade of the Year Awards are organized by the Society of Façade Engineering. For this award,  international applications from individuals, companies and project teams are taken into consideration by an expert panel of judges.

The award ceremony took place at the famous Glass Supper in front of an audience of some of the world’s leading architects and building engineers.

This year´s event was held at the historic and architecturally renowned Gibson Hall in the City of London.

Façade of the Year 2016 Awards

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