LafargeHolcim Foundation Rewarding Excellence in Sustainable Construction
Awards
Next Generation Lab 2014

M-Lab – Presentations by 8 "Next Generation" winners

The M-Lab was led by architecture school Dean Marilyne Anderson (EPFL Lausanne) and Reed Kroloff (former Director, Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan). The group created a complex network of sustainable criteria, forming a critique of contemporary “blueprint” development.

Experts

 

Timeline

Grégoire Arthuis: Vertical Infrastructure, France
Debbie Chen: Trash for use, USA
Jonathan Enns & Elizabeth Paden: Timber-Link, Canada
Richard Rusli, Raymond San, Steve Soesanto, Kenneth Soewarto and Raynaldo Theodore: Social Design, Indonesia
Adrian Castro, Fabricio Mora, Maria Sanchez: Plaza Mediateca, Costa Rica
Zhe Peng, Zhenru Zhou: Panda-Watching, China
Heidi van Eeden: Machinarium, South Africa
Andras Dankhazi: De-Salination, Ireland
 
Lab Details
Lab

September 24, 2015

Location
New York City, USA
Focus Sessions
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Media Release
First Awards Lab targets ethical standards and social inclusion
First Awards Lab targets ethical standards and social inclusion

More than 50 Next Generation prize-winners from the 4th Awards competition met in New York to exchange ideas about the future of sustainable…

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