Gold, silver and bronze for Schöck


"Architects' Darling" gold trophy for Schöck Isokorb

Schöck Isokorb is the 2019 “Architects' Darling”

Gold for the Schöck Isokorb: With the Heinze award, “Architects' Darling”, German architects and engineers selected the Schöck Isokorb as their favourite product in the category "Balconies, Terraces, Loggias." Silver was awarded to the Schöck Isolink in the category "Fastening Technology" and bronze to the Schöck Isolink type TA-S as the "Best Product Innovation for Structural Construction". The award ceremony took place on 7 November 2019 in Celle, Germany.

 Whether in new construction or renovation, when connecting concrete-to-concrete, steel-to-concrete or steel-to-steel, the load-bearing thermal insulation element Schöck Isokorb is the best solution for minimizing thermal bridges. That is what more than 2,000 architects and engineers declared when they chose the Schöck Isokorb as their top pick for the connection of balconies, loggias and terraces.

 Since its invention 1983, the Schöck Isokorb has been one of the most energy-efficient solutions in the field of thermal insulation for cantilevered, concrete balcony connections. The complete range of the Schöck Isokorb product family covers every requirement for insulated connections of cantilevered building elements. As this insulation element is integrated into the structure, thermal bridges are minimised and structural damages avoided.

 The second place in the category “Fastening Technology” was awarded to Schöck Isolink, the thermal break fastener for core-insulated concrete sandwich walls and rainscreen cladding façades. As a Certified Passive House Component, Schöck Isolink guarantees dependable thermal insulation and enables thermal bridge free structural design.

 Product Award “Architects' Darling”

The Award “Architects' Darling” donated by Heinze Market Research was presented for the ninth time this year. Manufacturers and suppliers from the construction, equipment and furnishing sectors were honoured. The winners are determined annually between May and September in a representative survey conducted by the market intelligence service provider, Heinze. In addition to the product awards, the jury also awards comprehensive prizes for the best website, the best reference project, the best advertisement and the “Cradle to Cradle Challenge Award” for sustainability.

Picture in web quality
jpg, 152,25 KB
Picture in print quality
jpg, 1,85 MB
Press release for download (PDF)
pdf, 283,60 KB
Press release for download (TXT)
txt, 2,63 KB