All three Global Awards winners in 2015 recognize architectural interventions that deliver tangible benefits to local communities: Turning a decommissioned water reservoir into a park in Medellín, rebuilding social fabric through a community library in Ambepussa following Sri Lanka’s civil war, and creating public zones and flood-protection for the island of Manhattan.
The USD 2 million Holcim Awards is the most significant international competition for sustainable design and takes place every three years. The 4th cycle attracted more than 6,000 entries for projects to be built in 152 countries.
Global Holcim Awards 2015
Prize handovers in Medellín, Colombia; Ambepussa, Sri Lanka & New York City, USA
Regional Holcim Awards 2014 Europe
Ceremony in Moscow, Russia
Regional Holcim Awards 2014 North America
Ceremony in Toronto, Canada
Regional Holcim Awards 2014 Latin America
Ceremony in Medellín, Colombia
Regional Holcim Awards 2014 Africa Middle East
Ceremony in Beirut, Lebanon
Regional Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific
Ceremony in Jakarta, Indonesia
Next Generation Lab
Workshops for 53 Next Generation prize-winning teams from around the world in New York City, USA