LafargeHolcim Foundation Rewarding Excellence in Sustainable Construction
Awards
5th Awards Cycle
The fifth Awards attracted 5,085 entries by authors in 121 countries. The results of the regional phase of the world’s most significant competition in sustainable design have now been announced in Middle East Africa, Europe, Latin America and North America. The round of ceremonies will conclude with Asia Pacific in November 2017. Read more »
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2017-18
4th Awards Cycle
The fourth Awards attracted more than 6,000 entries for projects to be built in 152 countries. The Global prize winners from Colombia, Sri Lanka and the USA recognize architectural interventions that deliver tangible benefits to local communities. Read more »
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Winner Global Gold
Articulated Site
Medellín, Colombia
2014-15
3rd Awards Cycle
With more than 6,000 entries, third Awards competition promotes sustainable responses from the building and construction industry to technological, environmental, socioeconomic and cultural issues. Global prize winners are located in Brazil, Burkina Faso, Germany, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Read more »
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Winner Global Innovation 3rd Prize
Efficient fabrication system for geometrically complex building elements
London, United Kingdom
2011-12
2nd Awards Cycle
Almost 5,000 sustainable construction projects and visions from 121 countries entered the second Awards competition. The Global prize winners from China, Morocco, USA and Vietnam encourage best practice and inspire sustainability of the built environment. Read more »
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Winner Global Gold
River remediation & urban development scheme
Fez, Morocco
2008-09
1st Awards Cycle
The first Awards competition attracted 3,000 entries from 120 countries and illustrated how sustainable construction is important in every country and takes many forms. The Global prize winners were from Canada, Germany, Italy and Venezuela. Read more »
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Winner Global Gold
Main Station
Stuttgart, Germany
2005-06
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