The inaugural UP Awards is a key attraction of The Architecture and Building Services 2015 series where show organisers present awards to exhibitors that show the most flair and innovation in building up the best booth designs.

With this year’s theme of focus on sustainable building, Elmich is proud to be the winner of the Gold Award for the Best Larger Booth Category at ArchXpo.

Elmich’s booth was named “The Raw House” and it demonstrated a fusion of sustainable architecture, landscape engineering and wood manufacturing through the collaboration with Paper Plane+ Designz and Pacific Forest.






Within “The Raw House”, two elegant timber display counters were constructed to engage visitors and stretch their gaze through the house into the dominant focal point featuring Elmich’s latest Stratavault®, an advanced structural RootCell® which aids a red plumeria tree establishment. Also, the booth design incorporated a gallery of Elmich’s milestones, in celebration of our 30th anniversary.






At our booth, visitors were overwhelmed by Elmich’s extensive range of sustainable products manufactured from recycled polypropylene, used for multiple applications in landscaping, building construction and stormwater management. The EVALON® display facilitated our professional team to share their technical expertise in roof waterproofing with inquisitive visitors.






We would like to say a big thank you to all our partners, the organisers and visitors for making Elmich’s presence at ArchXpo 2015 a phenomenal success!






About ArchXpo:
Co-organised by Singapore Institute of Architects (SIA) and Conference & Exhibition Management Services Pte Ltd, ArchXpo 2015, the 2nd International Exhibition for Architecture & The Built Environment was held at Marina Bay Sands, between 29 September – 1 October, 2015 which showcased relevant technologies, products and related services in the architectural and built environment industries. It was a key gathering of industry experts and talents that made for excellent architectural and built environment design, as well as an invaluable platform for the exchange of research and innovation in architectural design, practice and education.