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1st Competition
Regional Holcim Awards 2005
Africa Middle East

Regional Holcim Awards 2005 Africa Middle East

Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - Award recipients (gold, silver, bronze) and event officials
Holcim Awards Gold 2005 - Africa Middle East (l-r): Javier de Benito, Area Manager, Holcim Group Support (Zurich) Ltd; Urs Bieri, Deputy Chairman, Holcim Foundation; Abdelrhni Fenjiro (winner), architect, Agence d’architecture et d’urbanism Fenjiro Adbelrhni, Rabat, Morocco; Hicham Agyo (winner), École Nationale D’Architecture (ENA) de Rabat; Kamal Arifi, First Secretary of the Embassy of the Kingdom of Morocco in South Africa; Dominique Drouet, CEO, Holcim Morocco
Holcim Award Gold 2005 - Africa Middle East - at the media briefing. Abdelrhni Fenjiro, architect, Agence d’architecture et d’urbanism Fenjiro Adbelrhni, Rabat, Morocco
Holcim Awards ceremony for Africa Middle East – Johannesburg, South Africa
Holcim Awards ceremony for Africa Middle East – Johannesburg, South Africa
Holcim Awards Silver 2005 Africa Middle East (l-r): Andrew Horn, architect, ECO Design, Architects & Consultants, Cape Town, South Africa and Anne Marie Moore, ECO Design.
Holcim Award Bronze 2005 - Africa Middle East (l-r): Tom Clough, Member of the Executive Committee, Holcim Ltd; Alastair Rendall, (winner), architect and urban designer, ARG Design: Architects and Planners, Cape Town, South Africa; Gita Goven, (winner), sustainable development architect, ARG Design; Anna Cowen (winner), architect, Anna Cowen Architects; Vernon Collis (winner), consultant for sustainable construction, Vernon Collis and Associates; Karl Meissner-Roloff, CEO, Holcim South Africa; Urs Bieri, Deputy Chairman, Holcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction
Holcim Awards Acknowledgement 2005 - Africa Middle East prize winners (Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone) (l-r) Laurent Moulin and Kenza Soussan with Tom Clough, Member of the Executive Committee, Holcim Ltd
Holcim Awards Acknowledgement 2005 - Africa Middle East prize winners (Breathing House) Francesca Sorcinelli (left) and Luca Donner (right) with Tom Clough (center), Member of the Executive Committee, Holcim Ltd
Holcim Awards Acknowledgement 2005 - Africa Middle East prize winners (Living Park, Jwaneng), (l-r) Tom Clough, Member of the Executive Committee, Holcim Ltd with winning team members Carl Bauer, Andreas Groth and Richard Arthey
Holcim Awards Encouragement 2005 (l-r): Javier de Benito, Area Manager, Holcim Group Support (Zurich) Ltd, Switzerland and Encouragement prize winner, Antonia Schlegel, graduating architect, Technischen Universität Berlin, Germany
Holcim Awards Encouragement 2005 (l-r): Javier de Benito, Area Manager, Holcim Group Support (Zurich) Ltd, Switzerland and Encouragement prize-winner Maranga Njorge, student, University of Nairobi, Kenya.
Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - announcement of Award winners: Dr Lindiwe Sisulu, Minister of Housing, South Africa (left) and Urs Bieri, Deputy Chairman, Holcim Foundation Board
Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - Urs Bieri, Deputy Chairman, Holcim Foundation Management Board
Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - Dr Saïd Mouline, Director of Architecture, consultant to the Prime Minister of Morocco and member of the Holcim Awards jury for Africa Middle East
Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - presentation event - scenes from performance "African Footprint"
Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - presentation event - scenes from performance "African Footprint"
Holcim Award Bronze 2005 - Africa Middle East - at the media briefing (l-r): Gita Goven, sustainable development architect, ARG Design; Vernon Collis, consultant for sustainable construction, Vernon Collis and Associates
Holcim Award Silver 2005 - Africa Middle East - at the media briefing: Andrew Horn, architect, ECO Design, Architects & Consultants, Cape Town, South Africa
The jury for region Africa Middle East nominated projects to receive a total of USD 220,000 prize money at a meeting on July 21/22 at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. (l-r): Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, Ovo Charles Majoroh, Daid Kithakye, Daniel K. Irurah (Head), Rachid Benmokhtar Benabdellah, Peter Baccini, Renata Schalcher*, Saïd Mouline, Nina Maritz, Nda Nguessan Kouadio, Amira Osman, Mrs. Nda Nguessan Kouadio*, Karl W. Meissner-Roloff, Anna William Mtani. * Partners of jury members. Only members of the jury were present during the deliverations and selection of projects.
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Actions in the city entirely
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Analysis
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Context and impressions
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: the city groth & development
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Program & action planning
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Actions in the historical core
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Proposed area projects
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Proposed single projects
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Example for preservation
Project entry 2005 - Rehabilitation, Preserving and Development, El Quseir, Egypt: Example for integration
Encouragement Prize Africa Middle East for project author Antonia Schlegel, Berlin, Germany
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: View from the street
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: "West air view"- The long entrance corridor acts as a "wind collector" that propagates in the house that works as a lung.
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: "Systems"- the geothermal system + photovoltaic system + natural ventilation + two construction phases
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Ground floor
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: First floor
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Roof floor
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Section aa
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Perspective section
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Courtyard
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: South view
Project entry 2005 - Breathing House - Modern Saudi House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia: Team image
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Water Harvesting
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa.
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Resource Context
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Existing Context
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Domestic Scaled Workshop Space
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Home as Resource Generator
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Community Meeting Space
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Ground Floor Plan
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Elevations
Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Passive Design Strategies
Project entry 2005 - Tsoga Environmental Center and Local Sustainability Catalyst, Cape Town, South Africa: Team image
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Elevation 04 and section
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Scheme layout
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Site analysis and context
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Brief
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Detailed cluster study
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Exterior elevations of cluster
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Interior elevations cluster
Project entry 2005 - Renewal of Kibera Settlement, Nairobi, Kenya: Technology
Winner of the Encouragemetn Prize Africa Middle East: Maranga Njoroge, University of Nairobi, Nairobi, Kenya
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Man and nature
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Project concepts
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Plan
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Entrance and restaurant
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Chalets
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Sustainable technology
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Celebration and learning
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Traditional elements in design
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Living park
Project entry 2005 - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana: Social interaction
Kagiso Tshukudu (l) and Richard Arthey, team members of the Holcim Awards 2005 - Africa Middle East - Acknowledgement prize - The Living Park, Jwaneng, Botswana
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco.
Project entry 2005 - Socioeconomic equipment in a mountain village, Tamtarga, Morocco: Team image
Caravan Site Upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa: Contex
Caravan Site Upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa: Site Plan
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Design principles.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Straw bale dipping.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Rubble trench foundation.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Timer pole structure.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Community involvement.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Renewable energy.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Planted roof construction.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Caravan site upgrade, Nieuwoudtville, South Africa
Water conservation.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Optimization approach.
Project update June 2014 – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, near Tamanar, Morocco
Project update June 2014 – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, near Tamanar, Morocco
Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco: AA-cup thermal balances
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco: Basement plan
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Ground floor plan
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Mezzanine plan.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Sections BB and CC.
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Project entry 2005 Africa Middle East – Ecological dwelling in a semi-desert zone, Erfoud, Morocco
Holcim Awards Acknowledgement 2005 - Africa Middle East prize authors Laurent Moulin and Kenza Soussan.
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Africa Middle East sustainable construction projects receive prizes in regional Holcim Awards
Africa Middle East sustainable construction projects receive prizes in regional Holcim Awards

USD 220,000 in prize money was presented to the best submissions from Africa Middle East in the Holcim Awards competition for sustainable…

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Regional Holcim Awards 2005 - impressions of regional ceremonies
Regional Holcim Awards 2005 - impressions of regional ceremonies

Regional Holcim Awards 2005 - impressions of regional ceremonies

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