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“Turning Linear Flows into Cycles” – Sustainable design by Eva Pfannes
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“Financial Viability for the Long-Term” – Sustainable design by Jonathan Franklin
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“Community-Driven & Smart Infrastructure” – Sustainable design by Loreta Castro Reguera
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Brinda Somaya is Principal Architect & Managing Director of Somaya & Kalappa Consultants (SNK), in Mumbai, India and is a member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation.
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“In Brussels, urban development also means keeping production in the city center,” explained Kristiaan Borret, City Architect of Brussels to more than 130 guests from architecture, urban planning and politics.
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Examining inspiring examples of how to continue developing an urban precinct that is already highly developed.
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More than 130 guests from architecture, urban planning and politics experienced how sustainable construction is applied in the Brussels Canal District.
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Claudia Albertini, CEO of Holcim Belgium, congratulated the winners on their projects and emphasised that the LafargeHolcim Group is engaged in sustainable development on all continents and with products and services to meet highest expectations also with regard to sustainability.
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More than 130 guests from architecture, urban planning and politics experienced how sustainable construction is applied in the Brussels Canal District.
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Examining inspiring examples of how to continue developing an urban precinct that is already highly developed.
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“Vibrant Communities out of Thin Air” – Sustainable design by Bill Dunster, ZEDfactory, United Kingdom.
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Amalia Palacios, Marketing Regional Manager of Holcim in Central America; LafargeHolcim Awards competition entrants Alexandra Huezo and Diego Peña from Sherwin Williams, and Juan Francisco Sifontes from the El Salvador Green Building Council; German Castillo, ARMX, Building & Infrastructure Sales Manager of Holcim in Central America.
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The event featured an exhibition of the 63 submissions from the country, and was complemented with lectures on sustainable construction.
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“A Good City has Industry” – Sustainable design by Ken De Cooman, BC architects and studies, Belgium.
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“A site-sensitive approach to both the human element and ecosystem” – Sustainable design by Joaquín Pérez-Goicoechea, AGi architects, Spain.
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“A Place for Artists & Writers” – Sustainable design by (l-r): Chris Simion-Mercurian and Tiberiu Mercurian, Asociata Culturala Grivita 53, Romania.
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“Pragmatic Logistics & Adaptability” – Sustainable design by Jan Terwecoren
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“Re-thinking Cultural Heritage, Workspaces & Economic Performance” – Sustainable design by Jeannette Kuo of Karamuk Kuo Architects, Switzerland.
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“A Stack of Motivation” – Sustainable design by Paul Maitre-Devallon, NP2F architectes, France.
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More than 130 guests from architecture, urban planning and politics experienced how sustainable construction is applied in the Brussels Canal District.
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“In Brussels, urban development also means keeping production in the city center,” explained Kristiaan Borret, City Architect of Brussels to more than 130 guests from architecture, urban planning and politics.
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Claudia Albertini, CEO of Holcim Belgium; Kristiaan Borret, City Architect of Brussels; and Bart Daneels, Sales & Marketing Director, Holcim Belgium.
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Edward Schwarz, General Manager of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction, noted that the independent jury of specialists considered Brussels to be an inspiring example of how to continue developing an urban precinct that is already highly developed.
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Ken De Cooman illustrated how sustainability can be achieved by integrating traditional building materials and techniques as well as local craftsmanship to realize contemporary solutions.
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Annekatrien Verdickt from TETRA presented projects that enable the integration of the client’s needs with (green) public spaces, while also setting aside areas for future development.
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Examining inspiring examples of how to continue developing an urban precinct that is already highly developed.
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"Climate Control with Renewable Energy" – Sustainable design by Sheila Kennedy
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"People are Relevant" – Sustainable design by Oliver Lang
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Responding to questions from the moderator (l-r): Florian Heinzelmann and Daliana Suryawinata from SHAU, Bandung, Indonesia.
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The reception in Jakarta featured presentations by the prize-winning teams as well as former Awards jury member Professor of Architecture Gunawan Tjahjono from the University of Indonesia.
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Members of LafargeHolcim Awards winning teams from Indonesia together with representatives of Holcim Indonesia and former Awards jury.
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"An Urban & Social Transformer" – Sustainable design by Richard Hassell
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LafargeHolcim Awards Silver winners (l-r): Florian Heinzelmann and Daliana Suryawinata from SHAU, Bandung, Indonesia for a Microlibrary that creatively promotes literacy and community across Indonesia.
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The follow-up media gathering and architects' forum was held at the Jakarta Design Centre.
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Architects Florian Heinzelmann and Daliana Suryawinata from SHAU won the Silver Award in Asia Pacific and view the use of material and passive climate strategies as key to the project's sustainability.
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"Confirming Our Focus on the Environment & Stakeholders" – LafargeHolcim Awards prize winner Milinda Pathiraja
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"Process, People & Scalability" – Sustainable design by Miho Mazereeuw & Larisa Ovalles
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"Making a New History" – Sustainable Design by Boonserm Premthada
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The three E's of Emotion, Environment and Efficiency frame the sustainability context of the Gold Award winner for Asia Pacific says Avneesh Tiwari of atArchitecture in Mumbai.
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Francis Kéré is Principal of Kéré Architecture (Berlin), winner of the Global LafargeHolcim Gold (2012) and LafargeHolcim Building Better Recognition for Middle East Africa (2017). Photo: Eric-Jan Ouwerkerk.
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The project by Al Borde encapsulates the concept of “doing more with less” in renovating living spaces. Photo: Divulgação.
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The latest edition of Foundations, the magazine of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction.
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“What I’ve learned is that there are far more opportunities, far more things that we could be doing and that people are doing. And the Foundation is a very good way of bringing those people together and giving them profile.” – Simon Upton.
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“The most wonderful thing about the LafargeHolcim Awards is the encounters they make possible. In the nearly 15 years of its existence, the LafargeHolcim Foundation has produced a sort of worldwide family.” – Marius Leutenegger.
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Dirk Hebel, Assistant Professor of Architecture & Construction, Future Cities Laboratory (FCL), pictured during the Academic Committee meeting in December 2017 at ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
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The Academic Committee of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction pictured during their meeting at Eidgenössische Technische Hochschule Zürich (ETHZ) in December 2017 (l-r): Guillaume Habert, Dirk Hebel, Philippe Block, Marc Angélil and Harry Gugger.
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At the media briefing on the day after the prize hand-over ceremony, four project authors presented their winning entries in detail: demonstrating innovation and enthusiasm at the cutting edge of sustainable design.
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At the media briefing on the day after the prize hand-over ceremony, four project authors presented their winning entries in detail: demonstrating innovation and enthusiasm at the cutting edge of sustainable design.
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Datuk Haji Fadillah Yusof, Minister of Works, Malaysia delivers a welcome address and places sustainable construction in its local context.
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Winner of the Next Generation 1st prize, Mengyuan Zhu, from Southeast University in Nanjing, China introduces her project; a low-rise, high-density urban transformation of Guming, a rural village near Nanning, China.
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Recognizing talent and enthusiasm in El Salvador

An event to honor El Salvador’s entrants in the LafargeHolcim Awards competition and their projects in sustainable construction was hosted by Holcim El Salvador. The event featured an exhibition of the 63 submissions from the country, and…

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