Awards and Certifications

Awards and Certifications

Temporary structures in the winner's circle: on behalf of the entire project team, we would like to say a big Thank You for the awards that have been conferred on our projects. We feel honored with every award and see them as motivation to become even better.

Our awards from last years:

NUSSLI Award flyer

XAVER Award

Status: Silver

Category: Best Consumer / POS Event

Year: 2022

Allianz came up with something very special at the beginning of the year: It shot the New Year’s wishes of people all over the
world into the universe as a spectacular light show. The ground station - “The Ramp” - in Engelberg was realized by NUSSLI

polis Award

Status: Honorable Mention

Category: Urbanes Flächenrecycling (urban land recycling)

The polis AWARD for urban and project development recognizes projects that contribute to the public good of a city beyond their own scope. As general contractor, NUSSLI realized the temporary concert hall and, on the same site, the other modular buildings for the Munich City Library, the Munich Adult Education Center, and the Munich University of Music and Performing Arts.

The International Architecture Award

Status: Winner

Category: Museums and cultural buildings

Year: 2022

At 1400 metres above sea level, an unusual concert hall was built after a total construction period of around two years. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it offers up to 650 seats and a stage for a 75-person orchestra. Commissioned by Lindner AG, NUSSLI was responsible for the interior design of this modern complex.

Architizer A+Awards

Status: Jury Winner

Category: Cultural / Hall/Theater

Year: 2022

At 1400 metres above sea level, an unusual concert hall was built after a total construction period of around two years. Equipped with state-of-the-art technology, it offers up to 650 seats and a stage for a 75-person orchestra. Commissioned by Lindner AG, NUSSLI was responsible for the interior design of this modern complex.

iF Design Award

Status: Winner

Category: Interior Architecture, Trade Fairs/Exhibition

Year: 2022

At the IAA Mobility in Munich, the car manufacturer presented the latest developments under the banner of its mobility vision in a tangible and inspiring way. AUDI chose the Open Space on Wittelsbach Square for their presentation. NUSSLI built the 2021 AUDI Brand World according to the concept and architectural plans, as well as under the overall construction management of Avantgarde.

BIE Official Participants Award Expo 2020 Dubai

Status: Gold

Category: Theme interpretation, Self-Built Pavilions Category L and XL

Year: 2022

On behalf of the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy, Koelnmesse GmbH is responsible for the organization and operation of the German Pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. The concept, planning and implementation of the German pavilion are the responsibility of the "Arbeitsgemeinschaft Deutscher Pavillon Expo 2020 Dubai" (working group), a joint venture of facts and fiction GmbH (Cologne) and NUSSLI Adunic AG (Hüttwilen, Switzerland). In that context, Facts and fiction is responsible for the content concept as well as the exhibition and media design, while NUSSLI Adunic is in charge of the construction. The architecture and the spatial concept are provided by LAVA - Laboratory for Visionary Architecture (Berlin).

ADC Art Directors Club Award

Status: Silver

Category: Exhibition > Exhibition for Brand > Museum/Pavillon

Year: 2022

A huge sun shines from the facade of the Kazakhstan pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. The architecture of the three-story pavilion alludes to the light latticework of a yurt – the mobile home of the nomads. NUSSLI is responsible for the construction of the Kazakhstan pavilion and following the scenography by Insglück, NUSSLI will also implement the exhibition.

ADC Art Directors Club Award

Status: Bronze

Category: Exhibition > Exhibition Craft > Partizipation des Publikums

Year: 2022

A huge sun shines from the facade of the Kazakhstan pavilion at Expo 2020 in Dubai. The architecture of the three-story pavilion alludes to the light latticework of a yurt – the mobile home of the nomads. NUSSLI is responsible for the construction of the Kazakhstan pavilion and following the scenography by Insglück, NUSSLI will also implement the exhibition.