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The program enabled guests to learn about TSP and visit a prototype element to generate solar power, collect rainwater and encourage urban farming.
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At the Waterview Loft dinner event: members of the team with Barry Descheneaux, Manager Product Development at LafargeHolcim in the US and Marc Angélil, member of the Board and Head of the Academic Committee of the LafargeHolcim Foundation, who explained why the Global Awards jury had selected TSP for a prize from the finalists from all regions of the world.
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A picnic party including the entire neighborhood was enabled by the LafargeHolcim Foundation to celebrate the Global Awards Bronze winning project 2018.
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A community-driven contribution to brighten the future of residents in the “Comeback City” of Detroit.
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Kids of the neighborhood where invited to play baseball and other games, have a BBQ lunch and experience further attractions.
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Parents had a choice of games including bingo – all leading to attractive prizes for participants of all ages.
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Kids of the neighborhood where invited to play baseball and other games, have a BBQ lunch and experience further attractions.
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The project's main author, Constance C. Bodurow, studio[Ci], Detroit, USA.
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Parents had a choice of games including bingo – all leading to attractive prizes for participants of all ages.
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Kids of the neighborhood where invited to play baseball and other games, have a BBQ lunch and experience further attractions.
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Project posters at the Waterview Loft dinner event.
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Kids of the neighborhood where invited to play baseball and other games, have a BBQ lunch and experience further attractions.
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Video of jury statements and project overview were shown during the Waterview Loft dinner event.
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The visit to a prototype element that will generate solar power, collect rainwater and encourage urban farming with (in front of poster, l-r) project design lead Constance C. Bodurow, studio[Ci] and Joel Howrani Heeres, director of the Detroit Office of Sustainability.
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Parents had a choice of games including bingo – all leading to attractive prizes for participants of all ages.
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Dinner to honor Global LafargeHolcim Awards Bronze winning project 2018
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Kids of the neighborhood where invited to play baseball and other games, have a BBQ lunch and experience further attractions.
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Although PIPA needs buildings, the project is not primarily about construction.
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In terms of construction, much remains open, but the designers have already decided on a photovoltaic system for green energy, water treatment systems, and other elements of sustainability.
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The Paraisópolis Ballet represents a great cultural need for the people of Paraisópolis.
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The UN report “Habitat III” of 2015 estimates that in these countries around 70 million people move to urban areas each year. In Latin America, about a quarter of the urban population now lives in favelas
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The residents urgently need help to improve their living conditions – but complicated legal issues and diverse interests prevent people from realizing beneficial projects.
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Sol Camacho (l) and Jonathan Franklin: “Nobody was evicted and nobody was corrupted” – Sol Camacho
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The amphitheater, planned in timber, will be more difficult to realize because it requires additional funds and it will challenge the local building contractors, who have experience building only simple woodframe structures.
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Unlike most favelas in Brazil, Paraisópolis is not located on a mountainside or a riverbank. Rather, the second-largest favela of São Paulo with nearly 100,000 inhabitants was built on a piece of land that was actually intended for a new upper-middle-class neighborhood.
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A third of the area will be community space, with an educational center and the ballet school of Paraisópolis as the most important tenants.
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Resolution and endurance is required, as the project PIPA in Paraisópolis shows.
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In any case, the architects will design the complex for intensive use and employ highly durable construction materials.
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Miljan Gutovic, Head of Region Middle East Africa & Member of the Executive Committee of LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
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The book is written for a broad audience by giving an overview of the current status of sustainable construction, and also suggesting inspiration and technical details for building industry professionals.
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The book includes project descriptions and jury appraisals of the 60 prize-winning projects and presents the independent juries of renowned experts who selected the best submissions.
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The book includes project descriptions and jury appraisals of the 60 prize-winning projects and presents the independent juries of renowned experts who selected the best submissions.
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The 250-page book showcases state-of-the-art approaches to sustainable design that meet societal needs, promote an economy of means and address ecological footprints.
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The generously illustrated publication commemorates the most successful of more than 5,000 entries in the 5th cycle of the International LafargeHolcim Awards for projects and visions in sustainable construction.
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In-depth interviews with the 15 finalist teams from all regions of the world that qualified for the Global LafargeHolcim Awards 2018 look behind the scenes, and introduce the main winning projects in detail.
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Fifth LafargeHolcim Awards – Sustainable Construction 2017/2018
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Al Borde Arquitectos have not only created their own niche for architectural production, but have gained substantial visibility in terms of shifting the parameters on what is defined as good architecture.
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The documentary will remain “on tour” at international film festivals until 2019, until it is released for individual viewing.
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The architects behind Acknowledgement prize winner create film challenging contemporary architectural paradigms.
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The project was considered “a promising economic model to literally mine cities rather than nature” by the jury.
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Instead of a theoretical presentation, the participants were invited to put on lab coats and conduct the “Habert test” hands-on by mixing various building products and experiencing the result of their work immediately.
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Simon Wiedemann, Head of Building & Affordable Housing, LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
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An additional stop in a former railway maintenance hall in Zurich-Altstätten visited the summer school of the Chair of Sustainable Construction at ETH Zurich that is working on optimizing a construction project for the Swiss Federal Railways.
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Examining slump test results (l-r): Simon Wiedemann, David Heron, Miljan Gutovic, Edward Schwarz, Urs Bleisch, Roland Köhler, Jens Diebold, Marc Angélil, Bernd Eitel, Simon Kronenberg, Guillaume Habert, and Nick Traber.
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The experiment displays some fundamental concepts that must be considered when designing a concrete mix.
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Mixing various building products and experiencing the result of their work immediately (l-r): Simon Kronenberg, Jens Diebold, Roland Köhler, Nick Traber, Simon Wiedemann, David Heron, Bernd Eitel, Miljan Gutovic, Marc Angélil, Guillaume Habert, and Urs Bleisch.
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Considering alternatives to traditional construction materials (l-r): Urs Bleisch, Roland Köhler, Jens Diebold, Marc Angélil, Bernd Eitel, Guillaume Habert, and Simon Kronenberg.
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Miljan Gutovic, Head of Region Middle East Africa & Member of the Executive Committee of LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
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Bernd Eitel, Head of Group Communications, LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
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Urs Bleisch, Member of the Executive Committee responsible for Growth & Performance, LafargeHolcim, Switzerland.
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