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In conversation after his keynote address at the 6th LafargeHolcim Forum (l-r): Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia with Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder of Foster + Partners, United Kingdom – “It’s about anticipating the future.”
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5726 x 3823 px
In the Student Poster Competition, post-graduate students presented their concepts in a poster exhibition to some 350 Forum delegates that showcased their innovative concepts living up to the “target issues” for sustainable construction.
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2227 x 1485 px
A discussion following keynote addresses (l-r): Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO of the Green Building Council of Australia with keynote speakers Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder of Foster + Partners, United Kingdom and Christine Binswanger Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, Switzerland, and also Alejandro Aravena Partner Architect & Executive Director of Elemental, Chile.
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3237 x 2160 px
Workshop moderator discussion (l-r): Stuart Smith, Director, Arup (United Kingdom); Anna Heringer, Honorary Professor, UNESCO Chair for Earthen Architecture, Constructive Cultures and Sustainable Development (Austria); Werner Sobek, Director, Institute for Lightweight Structures & Conceptual Design, University of Stuttgart (Germany); Marilyne Andersen, Full Professor of Sustainable Construction Technologies and Harry Gugger, Professor for Architectural & Urban Design, both Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (Switzerland).
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4000 x 2667 px
“It’s not about the façade, it’s about the footprint!” – A discussion following keynote addresses (l-r): Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia; Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder, Foster + Partners, UK; Christine Binswanger, Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, Switzerland; and Alejandro Aravena, Partner Architect & Executive Director, Elemental, Chile.
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2227 x 1485 px
“It’s not about the façade, it’s about the footprint!” – A discussion following keynote addresses (l-r): Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia; Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder, Foster + Partners, UK; Christine Binswanger, Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, Switzerland; and Alejandro Aravena, Partner Architect & Executive Director, Elemental, Chile.
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2227 x 1485 px
“How does this become the mainstream rather than the exception” – A discussion following keynote addresses with an audience of more than 2,000 people (l-r) Alejandro Aravena, Partner Architect & Executive Director, Elemental, Chile; Christine Binswanger, Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, Switzerland; Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder, Foster + Partners, UK; and Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia.
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2143 x 1428 px
In conversation after his keynote address at the 6th LafargeHolcim Forum: Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder of Foster + Partners, United Kingdom – “Architecture is the easy part – in the end, achieving a sustainable built environment needs willpower, and it needs optimism!”
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2227 x 1485 px
“How can we move fast enough and at the scale the planet needs to see?” – A discussion following keynote addresses (l-r): Maria Atkinson AM, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia; Lord Norman Foster, Chairman & Founder, Foster + Partners, UK; Christine Binswanger, Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron Architekten, Switzerland; and Alejandro Aravena, Partner Architect & Executive Director, Elemental, Chile.
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1336 x 891 px
“Visual impact is an important element, but social impact is intrinsic to sustainable design.” – Christine Binswanger, Senior Partner, Herzog & de Meuron, Switzerland at the 6th International LafargeHolcim Forum held in Cairo, 2019.
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2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
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4867 x 3249 px
Student poster competition: Ali El Sinbawy – American University in Cairo (AUC) with Recycling the Intangible.
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2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
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5067 x 3383 px
Student poster competition: Yichen Zhu – Tongji University (TJU) with Regenerative Construction for Rural Revitalization.
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4535 x 3027 px
Student poster competition: Célia Küpfer – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL Lausanne) with Reuse S to XL.
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2000 x 2828 px
Student poster competition: Elie Kareh – American University of Beirut (AUB), Beirut, Lebanon with Rammed Earth Construction.
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2088 x 1392 px
Jan Jenisch, Chief Executive Officer of LafargeHolcim, at the 6th International LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction on “Re-materializing Construction” held at the American University in Cairo, Egypt, April 2019.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
2088 x 1392 px
2088 x 1392 px
The Mobile Workshop on New Vernacular foregrounded the important role of traditional construction methods and materials in the production of Egypt’s historic and contemporary building stock, both formal and informal.
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5717 x 3816 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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4032 x 3024 px
The Mobile Workshop on Water Challenges gave an overview of the availability of water resources in Egypt and related challenges facing the country.
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6016 x 4016 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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5882 x 3927 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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6016 x 4016 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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6016 x 4016 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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4032 x 3024 px
The Mobile Workshop on Water Challenges gave an overview of the availability of water resources in Egypt and related challenges facing the country.
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2088 x 1392 px
Student poster competition – Highly Commended (l-r): Jhanvi Yogesh Sanghvi and Bhavya Hemant Gandhi – National University of Singapore (NUS) with Feeding the City.
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3403 x 5097 px
Student poster competition: Wanying Wu – Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) with Solar Habitat.
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6016 x 4016 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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4933 x 3293 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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5912 x 3947 px
The Mobile Workshop on Architecture Heritage provided a glimpse into the current efforts of Egypt to save its rich cultural heritage, spanning over 8000 years.
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4032 x 3024 px
The Mobile Workshop on Water Challenges gave an overview of the availability of water resources in Egypt and related challenges facing the country.
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5197 x 3470 px
Student poster competition: Mengyao He – Tongji University (TJU) with Rural Utopia.
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2088 x 1392 px
Student poster competition – Highly commended: Shubham Haridas Bayskar – India with Community Farm Produced Processing and Storage.
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4996 x 3335 px
Student poster competition (l-r): Lamiae Achiba, Fatima-Ezzahra Bennani and Dounia Bennani – Ecole Supérieure d’Architecture de Casablanca (EAC) with Wastewater Treatment.
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4032 x 3024 px
The Mobile Workshop on Water Challenges gave an overview of the availability of water resources in Egypt and related challenges facing the country.
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2000 x 2828 px
Student poster competition: submission by Fabio Casura and Carmino Weber – Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich) with De-Tox Brownfield Decontamination.
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