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November 13, 2018

Mosa scores all along the line – and wins several awards as "Architects’ Darling"

For the 8th time, the most beloved companies in the building industry were awarded as “Architects’ Darling” in Celle, Germany. The Dutch tile manufacturer Royal Mosa won the much sought-after awards in several categories.


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Mosa won gold for best sampling. For the most attractive tile brand, the best website, and the best BIM data offering, Mosa won a silver award. Last but not least, the newly created client magazine “Notes” was awarded bronze in the category “best house magazine” for the first edition. This outcome was based on the professional judgement of over 2,100 German architects and designers. New categories such as the BIM data offering, were rated by a high-level expert jury.

Mosa is very proud of these awards and values the gold award for the best sampling and the silver award for the best BIM data offering in particular. Own research including client surveys show that it is exactly those services that clients are asking for. Being awarded “Architects’ Darling” in these categories underlines the company’s efforts with an additional competent perspective.

Simon Platz, Marketing Manager: ‘The variety of awards we won is a confirmation that we are heading in the right direction with our marketing and service activities. We are answering our clients’ needs of digitization with our BIM services – and create a haptic product experience at the same time. Quality and innovation are guidelines for our dialogue with architects and designers. The feedback from our clients is important for our decisions.’

Dirk van Lier, Sales Director Germany, comments on the BIM Silver Award: ‘We believe that manufacturers have a responsibility in the digitization of the building industry to improve the quality of the building process. We see that our clients want to work in their own modelling software (Revit, Allplan etcetera). That is why we disclose digital data in any desired format to all kinds of software applications.’