Winners of the Next Generation prizes (l-r): Sarah Gunawan, School of Architcture and Planning, University at Buffalo, New York, USA (3rd); Georgina Baronian, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA (1st); Jason Heinrich, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada (2nd); Peteris Lazovskis, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, USA (4th).
Winners of the LafargeHolcim Awards Gold 2017 (l-r): Haibin Tan, Constance Bodurow, Willie Bright and Eric Mahoney for their project Bottom-up neighborhood planning in Detroit.
Winners of the LafargeHolcim Awards Silver 2017 (l-r): Cynthia Wilson, Oliver Lang and James Ko for a modular midrise housing project in Vancouver.
Members of the team from Kennedy & Violich Architecture (l-r): Mary White, Kristina Jones, Frano Violich, Shawna Meyer, Sheila Kennedy and Cathrin Summa. Their net-zero greenhouse for Wellesley College won the LafargeHolcim Awards Bronze 2017 for region North America.
Winners of an Acknowledgement prize for the design of an All-timber high-rise load-bearing structure in Portland, Oregon (l-r): Thomas F. Robinson, LEVER Architecture and Anyeley Hallova, project^, both Portland, Oregon.
Acknowledgement prize winners for an Urban watershed framework plan in Conway, Arkansas (l-r): Stephen Luoni and Marty Matlock, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, Arkansas.
The UCLA Warner Graduate Art Studio renovation and addition by (l-r): Mark Lee and Sharon Johnston of Johnston Marklee & Associates, Los Angeles won an Acknowledgement prize.
Vivian Kuan (l) and Mitchell Joachim of Terreform ONE, Brooklyn, New York received an Acknowledgement prize for their modular edible insect farm.
Georgina Baronian from Princeton University won the Next Generation 1st prize for a Prototype for a cooling roof.
Jason Heinrich, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Canada - winner of the Next Generation 2nd prize for a Protocol for agent-based neighborhood transformation.
Sarah Gunawan, School of Architcture and Planning, University at Buffalo, NY - winner of the Next Generation 3rd prize for Retrofitting residential neighborhoods.
Peteris Lazovskis, Harvard University, Cambridge MA - winner of the Next Generation 4th prize for Climate control experiments for enhanced comfort levels.
All prize winners of the LafargeHolcim Awards 2017 for North America.
Recipients of the LafargeHolcim Building Better Recognition (l-r): Gloria Lee & Nathan Swift, SwiftLeeOffice, Los Angeles, USA.