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Next Generation 4th prize winner Divya Jyoti, architect, PMA madhushala, Pune, India for Cultivated Envelope in India – Vernacular green facade system.
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889 x 451 px
Next Generation 3rd prize winners Gani Wiratama, Nicholas Rodriques, and Rionaldi Gunari, students, Parahyangan Catholic University, Bandung, Indonesia for Buoyant Amenity in Indonesia – Floating sanitation facility upgrade.
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1899 x 1013 px
Next Generation 2nd prize winner Lorenzo Fernandes, architect, Mumbai, India for Towers of Strength in India – Multifunctional amenities and services in informal settlements.
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1277 x 673 px
Next Generation 3rd prize winner Dolathep Chetty, architect, Architects 49 House Design Limited, Bangkok, Thailand for Mangrove Recovery in Thailand – Coastal erosion and economic enhancement.
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1903 x 1014 px
Next Generation 1st prize winner Soledad Patiño, architect and urban designer, Harvard Graduate School of Design, MA, USA for Recovered Foreshore in India – Waterfront sanitation and community infrastructure.
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1267 x 663 px
Next Generation 4th prize winner Noor Marji, architect/student, Amman, Jordan for Earthen Education in Iraq – School reinterpreting vernacular architecture.
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1279 x 668 px
Next Generation 2nd prize winner Tala Shelbayh, student, German Jordanian University, Amman, Jordan for Living Memorial in Jordan – Cemetery reconfiguration for urban greening.
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1275 x 671 px
Next Generation 3rd prize winner Evgenii Varlygin, student, Technical University of Munich, Germany for Plastic Extractor in Sierra Leone – Multipurpose recycling facility.
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1894 x 1014 px
Next Generation 4th prize winners Jhon Janer Salazar Ruiz, Juan Camilo Muñoz, and Lina Fernanda Valencia Lozano, students at the University of Valle, Cali, Colombia for Protective Canopy in Colombia – Landscape revitalization and botanical pavilion.
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1279 x 672 px
Next Generation 1st prize winner Priscilla Namwanje, architect, Kampala, Uganda for Connective Infrastructure in Uganda – Inter-scale design for community integration.
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4707 x 3139 px
Jhon Janer Salazar Ruiz, Juan Camilo Muñoz, and Lina Fernanda Valencia Lozano
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1899 x 1011 px
Next Generation 3rd prize winner Pablo Goldin Marcovich, student at the National Autonomous University of Mexico, Mexico City for Improving Market in Mexico – Urban commercial rejuvenation and capacity building.
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2400 x 1569 px
‘A’A’ presents LafargeHolcim Awards Prize Winners | Next Generation
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10000 x 5417 px
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Next Generation prize winners – Europe
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Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Author Comment
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Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Project Video
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Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Author Comment
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Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Project Video
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The Next Generation prize winners (clockwise from top left) from Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, and the United Kingdom each highlight a different aspect of sustainable construction.
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1901 x 1015 px
Awards Next Generation 1st prize winner Danielle Gregorio, student at the University of São Paulo, Brazil for Buoyant Housing in Brazil – Riverside living and community complex.
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1907 x 1012 px
Next Generation 2nd winners Gimena Ponce Abba, María Florencia Ruiz Cabello, and María Rosario Ruiz Cabello, students at the National University of Córdoba, Argentina for Fluid Buffer in Argentina – Urban flood mitigation and recreation infrastructure.
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3346 x 1860 px
Author comment by Javier Estebala Alández, architect, Madrid, Spain on Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Dune reconstructive bayside infrastructure.
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1280 x 720 px
Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Annik Keoseyan, architect and urban designer, Mexico City, Mexico for Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Community housing for socially empowered living.
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4500 x 3375 px
River side.
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6000 x 4500 px
Perspectives of observatory tower and the growth of mangrove forests on shrimp farms in 20 years.
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2362 x 1772 px
The prototype building and its context.
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4500 x 3375 px
Site plan.
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4500 x 3375 px
Global and urban concept.
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3216 x 2474 px
Classroom interior, rammed earth material is showcased as daylight penetrates the space.
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4500 x 3375 px
Evgenii Varlygin
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5000 x 3750 px
The Urban tower: The identity of Ambujwadi to the city. A self-sustaining tower, with mixed use programs (as per the communities’ requirements) that follows the language of the street being coiled around and within, throughout the building. This is similar to their current way of living, where social/economic/political spaces spill out.
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4500 x 3375 px
Spatial and climate concept.
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4500 x 3375 px
Football field side.
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5442 x 2741 px
Modular unit adaptation from local arched structures simplifies construction. Shown in section A-A.
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6000 x 4500 px
Ecological trail design in the mangrove forests, and a section perspective of crab embryo shelter.
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9000 x 6750 px
Making of stone fenestration.
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9000 x 6750 px
Illustration and under construction images.
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2362 x 1772 px
The estimated costs.
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6000 x 4507 px
The mega-operational system consists of three built zones. First is a set of floating breakwaters in the sea, located 20km from the shoreline. Second is a sediment trap system integrated with ecological trail and clam embryo shelter on the shoreline. Third is an ecological trail connecting to crab embryo shelter and observatory tower in the inland area.
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8750 x 6563 px
Zone D - Urban front. Above: Actual conditions. Below: Proposed market, kitchen and public space.
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5000 x 3750 px
Site analysis: Live and work.
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9000 x 6750 px
Structural Innovation through conscious amalgamation of structural systems and building services, resulting in slender fins of fenestration.
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3720 x 1996 px
Interlocking adjacent structures, spaces are distinctly divided between service and served functions.
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5000 x 3750 px
Site analysis: Sanitation and solid waste.
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4500 x 3375 px
Plastic prototypes. These blocks are made from plastic trash in one-to-one scale to the wall thickness of the building. So that it demonstrates the simplicity of the process and the beauty of the material´s appearance. It has a wonderful texture and enough strength. Moreover, it shows the history of the source and corresponds with an African colorful tradition.
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9000 x 6750 px
Stone fins installed on site.
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5000 x 3750 px
Site analysis: Hierarchy and water.
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8750 x 6563 px
Neighborhood scale: Edges and connective definition for Mahim Koliwada.
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2362 x 1772 px
River filtration system and flood resilient mechanism.
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The sixth LafargeHolcim Awards competition cycle is coming to a close: 21 projects by students and young practitioners around the globe have been awarded. They show that members of the next generation are concerned with the sustainable…

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