Groups of jury members present the entries they preselect. From left, at the jury meeting for region Europe at the ETH Zurich: Horia Adrian, Antón García-Abril, Holger Wallbaum, and Jean-Philippe Vassal.
The Holcim Awards jury for region Europe met at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), Switzerland in June 2014 to select projects using the “target issues” for sustainable construction (l-r): Arno Brandlhuber (Germany), Holger Wallbaum (Sweden), Marc Angélil (Switzerland), Hiromi Hosoya (Switzerland), Stuart Smith (United Kingdom), Antón García-Abril (Spain/USA), Horia Adrian (Switzerland), Jean-Philippe Vassal (France, Head of Jury), and Hrvoje Njiric (Croatia).
The Holcim Awards jury for region North America met in Cambridge, MA, USA in June 2014 to select projects using the “target issues” for sustainable construction (l-r): Dana Cuff, Jeffrey Laberge, Marc Angélil, Toshiko Mori (Head of Jury), Sarah Whiting, Guillaume Habert, Lola Sheppard, Alain Bourguignon and Mark Jarzombek (seated).
Members of the Holcim Awards jury for Latin America met at the Instituto de Arquitectura Tropical in San José, Costa Rica in July 2014 to select projects using the “target issues” for sustainable construction (l-r): Vanderley John (Brazil), Angelo Bucci (Brazil), Alfredo Brillembourg (Venezuela), Harry Gugger (Switzerland), Tatiana Bilbao (Mexico), Marc Angélil (Switzerland), Fernando Diez (Argentina), and Bruno Stagno (Head of jury, Costa Rica). Not pictured: Andreas Leu (Switzerland).
The Holcim Awards jury for region Africa Middle East met in Beirut, Lebanon in June 2014 to select projects using the “target issues” for sustainable construction (l-r): Marc Angélil, Javier de Benito, Daniel Kebera Irurah, Hansjürg Leibundgut, Howayda Al-Harithy (Head of Jury), Diébédo Francis Kéré, and Amer Moustafa.
The Holcim Awards jury for region Asia Pacific met at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China in July 2014 to select projects using the “target issues” for sustainable construction (l-r): Yue Zhang (China), Marc Angélil (Switzerland), Ian Riley (China), Geeta Mehta (USA), Donald Bates (Australia), Rahul Mehrotra (India, Head of jury), Brinda Somaya (India), Stephen Siu-Yu Lau (China), Forrest Meggers (Singapore), Davy Sukamta (Indonesia), and Momoyo Kaijima (Japan).
The presentation on the Holcim Awards at Queensland University of Technology in Brisbane featured a panel discussion to place sustainability in the Australian context. The panel (from left): Maria Atkinson, Founding CEO, Green Building Council of Australia and Member of the Boar d of the Holcim Foundation; Felicity Briody, Infrastructure Advisory Consultant, AECOM; Tony Fry, Professor of Design Futures, Griffith University; Mark Thomson, Chairman, Australia Green Development Forum; and Nirmal Kishnani, Assistant Dean of Architecture at the School of Design and Environment at the National University of Singapore.
Experts from all continents at the inaugural Holcim Roundtable (l-r, front): John Ochsendor f (USA), Marc Angélil (Switzerland), Shrashtant Patara (India), Guillaume Habert (France/Switzerland), Annette Aumann (Switzerland), Xuemei Bai (Australia), Anna Heringer (Austria), John Fernandez (USA) and (l-r, back): Jens Diebold (Switzerland), Michael Braungart (Germany), Maarten Gielen (Belgium), Werner Sobek (Germany), Mark Swilling (South Africa), Alejandro Aravena (Chile), Vivian Loftness (USA), Laila Seewang (Switzerland), Philippe Block (Switzerland), and Mark Jarzombek (USA).