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Awards
1st Competition
Regional Holcim Awards 2005
Asia Pacific

Regional Holcim Awards 2005 Asia Pacific

All prize-winners of the first Holcim Awards for Asia Pacific
Holcim Awards Gold 2005 - Asia Pacific: Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration (l-r): Feng Lu, Qing Chang, Li Shen
Holcim Awards Silver 2005 - Asia Pacific: Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration (l-r): Rolf Soiron, Chairman of the Advisory Board of the Holcim Foundation, Chairman of Holcim Ltd, Switzerland; Tom Clough, Member of the Executive Committee, Holcim Ltd, Switzerland; Jaime Victor B. Ledda, Philippine Consul in China; and team members Lemuel Ranalan Alfeche; Ronald Roland Cesar Rodriguez; and Oscar Halibas Cinco
Holcim Awards Bronze 2005 - Asia Pacific: "Air Suit" Housing Renovation (l-r): R. Soiron (Holcim Ltd); T. Clough (Holcim Ltd); K. Doi, architect, Hiroshima, Japan
Acknowledgement prize (l-r): presented by P. Hugentobler (Holcim Ltd) to WANG Shu and LU Wenyu
Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2005 - Asia Pacific (l-r): presented by D. Bach (Holcim Ltd) to Anamika Prasad and Satya Sheel
Encouragement prize (l-r): presented by P. O'Callaghan (Holcim Philippines) to Artessa Niccola D Saldivar-Sali and Aaron Julius Morado Lecciones
Award winners (l-r): Bronze, Silver and Gold
China's Vice Chairman of the Environment and Resources Protection Committee and member of the Standing Committee of the National People's Congress, FENG Zhijun
Rolf Soiron, Chairman Advisory Board, Holcim Foundation
Head of the regional jury for Asia Pacific and Director of LAB Architecture Studio, Melbourne, Australia - Donald Bates.
Member of the regional jury for Asia Pacific and Professor, TVB School of Habitat Studies, Ashok B Lall
Jury Meeting 2005 for Asia Pacific (l-r): Donald Bates (Head of Jury), Zhiqiang Wu, Maria Cristina Turalba, Hans-Rudolf Schalcher, Ashok B Lall, Surendra Shrestha, Stephen Siu-Yu Lau, Banasopit Mekvichai, Yeqing Li. Not pictured: Kenneth Yeang
Architecture like archeology.
Detailed analysis and simulations for energy, daylight, HVAC and natural ventilation system optimization.
Fluid spaces arranged around a court, choupal the meeting place in a village, for functionality, and adapting to the climatic response.
Chaupal – Eco House: the site as an urban oasis
Structure rising from the site.
Project entry 2005 - Chaupal - Eco House, New Delhi, India: Flyash insulated cavity walls
Earth tunnel: air pre-cooling
Geo source heat pump HAVC system
Project entry 2005 - Chaupal - Eco House, New Delhi, India: Sewage disposal: root zone sys
Plant-based pool water filter.
The bird view perspection.It shows that the house can link together to form a commmunity
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Cross section of the atrium showing natural ventilation mid-season.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
First floor plan.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Second floor plan.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Third floor plan.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Roof plan.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Cross-section of stairs.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
South and north elevation.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Atrium retained from traditional designs.
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Project entry 2005 Asia Pacific – SRIBS Minimal energy link house, Shanghai, China
Schematic diagram.
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Site development plan of Ivatan agricultural campus, Province of Batanes, Philippines
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Irrigation ditch and pipe layout of site
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Tataya grandstand plans
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Multi-purpose structure plans
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Campus Residence Plans
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Water Collection System
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Photomosaic of Batanes scenery
Project entry 2005 - Ivatan Agricultural Campus, Itbayat, Philippines: Turf roof and irrigation ditch
Team picture
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: left: existing housing building right: AIR SUIT, new south façade
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: construction process 00-01
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: details of south and north façade
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: construction process 02-03
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: model
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: concept of AIR SUIT
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: plan
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: section
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: model, north façade
Project entry 2005 - Air Suit - Housing Renovation, Hiroshima, Japan: model, south facade
Team picture
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: Design Idea
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: Conversion illustration
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: Combination Analysis
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: House Type
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: Elevation and Section
Project entry 2005 - 2 + 2 + 1 House, Chengdu, China: Hand-made Model
Team members, Holcim Awards 2005 - Asia Pacific - Encouragement, 2+2+1 House, Chengdu, China
Assembly
New fi sh habitat
New fi sh habitat
Project entry 2005 - Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration, Philippines: Marine biodiversity and fish stocks are vital for local communities who rely on fishing for food and economic development.
On sore pre-fabrication
On sore pre-fabrication
The concrete forms can be produced close to the site using simple materials and methods.
Installation
Installation
Project entry 2005 - Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration, Philippines: Concrete is the ideal material for the coral substrate since it is a) heavy enough not to be swept away by tidal currents, b) calcium bicarbonate-based and thus conducive to the growth of the transplants, and c) strong enough to resist damage during the transplantation process.
Installation
Installation
Project entry 2005 - Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration, Philippines: The concrete structures can be adjusted to optimize their placement in terms of access to light and avoiding strong currents.
Juvenile corrals
Juvenile corrals
Project entry 2005 - Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration, Philippines: Meticulous data gathering continues to document the coral’s development.
New fish habitat
New fish habitat
Project entry 2005 - Concrete Substrates for Accelerated Coral Restoration, Philippines: Marine biodiversity and fish stocks are vital for local communities who rely on fishing for food and economic development
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: Five scattered houses-Gallery
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: Five scattered houses-detail and 1:1 testing prior to construction
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-Teahouse 1
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-detail and 1:1 testing
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-Teahouse 2
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-detail and 1:1 testing
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-Café
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-detail and 1:1 testing
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-Office building
Project entry 2005 - Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China: FSH-detail and 1:1 testing
Authors of the Holcim Awards 2005 - Asia Pacific - Acknowledgement, Five Scattered Houses, Ning Bo, China
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: „Re-returning“ stage of city‘s growing. BARN-ing‘s concept is directing us to develop the eco-community, eco-unites and eco-house.
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: Landuse of BARN-ing community
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: The graph of concepts for Responding and Netting.They are not only words but complex frameworks
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: Framework of BARN-ingcommunity
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: Basic Ecocommunity unit design
Project entry 2005 - BARN-ing Community Concept Plan of Dongzhou, China: More detail and patio house
Team picture.
Siteplan of regeneration design (Plot ratio of conservation area is 0.38 while the one of coordination area is 1.02 after design.)
Process of the creation of the regeneration idea (The fi nal siteplan contains historical …
Process of the creation of the regeneration idea (The fi nal siteplan contains historical information of different period.)
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Process of the creation of the regeneration idea (The fi nal siteplan contains historical information of different period.)
The pedigree of Clan Lai
The pedigree of Clan Lai
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: The pedigree of Clan Lai
The site and its environment
The site and its environment
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: The site and its environment
Status of physical environment
Status of physical environment
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Status of physical environment
Living status of resident
Living status of resident
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Living status of resident
Modification of Ze Street
Modification of Ze Street
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Modification of Ze Street
Restoration of one clan house
Restoration of one clan house
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Restoration of one clan house
Modifi cation of Changhe Cinema
Modifi cation of Changhe Cinema
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Modification of Changhe Cinema
New water front space
New water front space
Rather than demolishing the old substance, thus complying with so-called tabula rasa urbanism, the project combines preservation, remodeling, and new construction to meet contemporary lifestyle demands.
Team picture.
Team picture.
Project entry 2005 Design for a Clan Settlement's Regeneration, Hangzhou, China: Author portrait
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Prizes awarded to sustainable construction projects in Asia Pacific
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