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‘A’A’ presents LafargeHolcim Awards Prize Winners | Next Generation
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Next Generation prize winners – Europe
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Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Author Comment
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Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Project Video
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Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Project Video
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Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Author Comment
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Author comment by Javier Estebala Alández, architect, Madrid, Spain on Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Dune reconstructive bayside infrastructure.
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Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Annik Keoseyan, architect and urban designer, Mexico City, Mexico for Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Community housing for socially empowered living.
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Raceway section: Sloped open pond allows for self-churning, limiting the energy use in production.
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IXIM-CKD of corn stover, rice husk and bean pods. Drying process – key part of the product development.
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Glass. Prototype model that presents a pattern that can adapt to the irregular glass provided.
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Indus creating awareness about water pollution.
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The Wall III: heavy structure.
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Annik Keoseyan, architect and urban designer, Mexico City, Mexico.
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Raw materials – CKD (centre), crop fibres (bottom), fish by-products (top).
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Different colors, weight, and textures.
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Phoebe Mankiewicz, Yale CEA Interdisciplinary PhD Student.
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Construction drawing.
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Daniel Jonathan Meiklejon Marshall – Teaching Fellow at Massachusetts Institute of Technology Dept. of Architecture.
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Yufei He, architect and scientific assistant, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.
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Glass. Pavilion Constructed from 178 irregular planes.
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Ground floor plan.
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The initial conditions.
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Rubble. Sorting and arranging elements into an arch.
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Close-up of the London Design Festival exhibition, 2019.
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Close-up of the tiles with the microalgae-containing biomaterial.
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Installation at the London Design Festival 2019.
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Original sources where IXIM leverage byproducts to mix them with CKD.
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Ecological considerations.
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Preliminary testing for formaldehyde remediation by growing media. Image collaboration: Yale CEA/RPI.
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Java between the elevated highway and railway lines.
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Heating and cooling supply area of south Zurich.
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Project strategy and chapters.
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Shneel Malik, architect & biodesign researcher, Bio-Integrated Design Lab, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, United Kingdom.
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The sweeping terrain of the southern farm provides consistent solar exposure for the raceway ponds.
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70% of a buildings structure exists in the floor plate. The slab saw can extract such material.
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The WHO calls air pollution “the biggest environmental risk to [human] health”. Urban air handling systems do not always address persistently high levels of pollutants, despite reducing indoor air quality issues by ventilating indoor spaces with filtered exterior air. Preliminary research suggests active plant-based systems may address these areas: decreasing ventilation requirements/building energy use while benefiting indoor inhabitant health. Image in collaboration with fellows at Yale CEA.
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Rubble. Optimization of the arrangement of elements using computational modelling methods.
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Proposal of transformation + Front Facade View.
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Speculative tower constructed from concrete rectangles. Each object is a different size and has been located in place through the use of an AI method that finds optimal arrangements of irregular material based on target geometry. Floor plates are most commonly cut apart using a slab saw; 100 hp diesel engines, spinning diamond tipped saws, and requiring water pressure.
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Samuel Clovis
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Different angle perspectives – IXIM use waste to create change.
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Javier Estebala Alández, architect, Madrid, Spain.
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Typological diversity.
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Since transportation and electricity production industries are responsible for the 57% of Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Architecture needs to move towards a construction solution which is not debtor of them.
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Water inlets present at the top of the wall.
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ELM interior and exterior green walls. Image Collaboration: Yale CEA and the UN.
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Dune: Analysis of energy flows and creation of the dune.
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Bioreactor section: Clusters of 6000L bioreactors receive a direct CO2 feed from Big Bend Station.
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The LafargeHolcim Awards are the world’s most significant competition for sustainable design. The Next Generation category recognizes the visionary concepts and bold ideas of young professionals and students. In the competition region of…

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