Colored Concrete Works Award


  • The “Musée des Civilisations de l’Europe et de la Méditerranée” at the Port of Marseille. The building is constructed of a total of 1,100 cubic meters of concrete – in the form of prefabricated concrete slabs – and 250 cubic meters of in-situ concrete. The dark-gray color tone of the airy mesh-like concrete structure was provided by the LANXESS pigments Bayferrox 330 and Bayferrox 318. Photo: Agence Rudi Ricciotti

    Rudy Ricciotti wins Colored Concrete Works Award 2017

    Specialty chemicals company LANXESS presented its third Colored Concrete Works Award in Berlin on May 17, 2017, to a distinguished architect who has achieved something unique in the use of colored concrete.

  • Akihisa Hirata, winner oft the Colored Concrete Works Award 2015, with Dr. Herlind Gundelach, Member of the German Parliament, Deputy Chairman of the Parliamentary Committee for Culture and Media, and Jörg Hellwig, Head of LANXESS’ Inorganic Pigments business unit, at the ceremony in Berlin (from right). Photo: LANXESS AG

    Akihisa Hirata wins Colored Concrete Works Award 2015

    Specialty chemicals company LANXESS presented its second Colored Concrete Works Award on February 26, 2015, in Berlin to an architect who has set new standards in the use of colored concrete. This year’s award went to Akihisa Hirata for his design of the Alp apartment complex in Akabane-Nishi, Tokyo, Japan.

  • Concrete integrally colored with Bayferrox and Colortherm pigments from LANXESS gives the court building complex Ciutat de la Justícia in Barcelona a particular visual appeal. Photo: LANXESS AG

    Sir David Chipperfield wins LANXESS 2012 Colored Concrete Works Award

    Complex of court buildings in Spain selected as the most significant example of concrete colored with inorganic pigments