Since 2020, Gira has received five Architect’s Darling Awards. In the year of 2021, the Smart Home pioneers won two gold prices for best electrotechnology and best advertisement.
The Architects' Darling Award honours leading innovative forces within the building industry. For the eleventh annual ceremony, Gira was selected twice as the winner:
Gold for best electrotechnology
Gold for best advertisement
No less than 1,800 architects and planners cast their vote for the award’s survey in 2021. A jury of renowned representatives from international architectural offices, along with media and communications experts, also weighed in.
In 2021, Gira won two awards as well. The first gold price was awarded for their trailblazing product range in the field of electrotechnology. The second one honoured a German advertisement for the Gira System 106 in black matt: just as the product itself, the print ad stands out with a monochrome-minimalistic, yet striking design.
Gira wins the Architects' Darling Award 2020 in the category, "Best Website", making it the winner among almost 200 manufacturers from the construction industry who took part in this nation's largest industry survey.
This year, 25 product areas were evaluated, from floor coverings to technical products that have become more important in Corona times, like air conditioning and living space ventilation. In addition, 12 theme awards were presented by a jury consisting of communication experts as well as renowned representatives of top international architecture firms. One of the categories here was the "Best Website".
The Architects‘ Darling Award has recognsed Gira as one of the most creative and competitors in the industry.
The video that gained us a prize for "Best Film" tells our story: We're the ones with switches, and so much more beyond that. We're Smart Home pioneers, KNX experts, and designers of the future. The prize for "Best Product Innovation – Technology" honoured our Gira Pushbutton Sensor 4. This smart device can perform up to eight individual functions in KNX systems. The colour-adjustable LEDs serve as a status display for connected devices.