The LafargeHolcim Forum is a tri-annual series of conferences on the topic of sustainable construction conducted by the Foundation. The multi-day Forum including workshops and site visits is an academic platform for architects, engineers, construction professionals and specialists of all generations to exchange information on creating a sustainable built environment and thus advancing sustainable development.
The Forum supports sustainable construction in the scientific field, among experts in the construction sector, business and society, and promotes interdisciplinary dialogue, bring forward new ideas, and examine potential solutions.
The LafargeHolcim Roundtable brings together experts from different fields – including material scientists, engineers, architects, sociologists, historians, policymakers, and industry leaders – to devise a clear agenda for retooling and reorienting construction towards a more sustainable future.
The Roundtable expert workshops are held regularly and are positioned to compliment the Forum.
In 2014, Meriem Chabani, along with Étienne Chobaux and John Edom, won a LafargeHolcim Awards Next Generation prize for their project Re-made…