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Architects celebrate LafargeHolcim Awards prize with their construction team
Architects celebrate LafargeHolcim Awards prize with their construction team

More than 80 of the project’s enthusiastic workforce met in the backyard of Atelier masōmī in Niamey, the capital of Niger to recognize the dedicated labor force of local masons, electrical- and metal-workers and technicians.

“We cherish being part of a network of contacts in different industries & countries” – Jeanette Kuo
“We cherish being part of a network of contacts in different industries & countries” – Jeanette Kuo

“You’ll be part of a network of contacts in different industries and countries – which is something we cherish a lot” – says Jeanette Kuo on winning a  LafargeHolcim Awards prize. Karamuk Kuo Architects project for an excavation center at Augusta Raurica provides a flexible structure system for safeguarding the largest Roman archaeological site in Switzerland.

“A better view of the industry” – Kai-Uwe Bergmann
“A better view of the industry” – Kai-Uwe Bergmann

“Follow a material’s life-cycle to get a better view of the industry,” concludes Kai-Uwe Bergmann at the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Bergmann is partner architect at Bjarke Ingels Group and was a workshop respondent at the LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction. 

“Challenging the limits of materials” – Jens Diebold
“Challenging the limits of materials” – Jens Diebold

“We need to challenge the limits of materials,” demands Jens Diebold following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Diebold is Head of Sustainable Development of LafargeHolcim and member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation. 

“Dealing with materials in the future” – Francis Kéré
“Dealing with materials in the future” – Francis Kéré

“It’s important to talk about how to deal with materials in the future,” says Francis Kéré following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Kéré is principal of Kéré Architecture in Berlin and was a keynote speaker at the LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction. 

“Ecologically-friendly and local material” – Karen Scrivener
“Ecologically-friendly and local material” – Karen Scrivener

“Concrete is a very ecologically-friendly and local material – it must be improved and made more efficient,” explains Karen Scrivener following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Scrivener is Head of the Laboratory of Construction Materials at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (EPFL Lausanne).

“Improving and making more effective” – Anne Lacaton
“Improving and making more effective” – Anne Lacaton

“We have enough existing materials – we can improve them and make them more effective,” explains Anne Lacaton following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Lacaton is co-founder of Lacaton & Vassal architects in Paris and was a keynote speaker at the LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction. 

“Knowledge to political decision-makers” – Simon Upton
“Knowledge to political decision-makers” – Simon Upton

“Bring all the knowledge to the political decision-makers,” demands Rt Hon Simon Upton following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction” where he was concluding keynote speaker. Upton is the former Environmental Director of the OECD and currently New Zealand Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment.

“Least resource consumption” – Michael Scharpf
“Least resource consumption” – Michael Scharpf

“The least resource consumption for a maximum use,” summarizes Michael Scharpf following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction.” Scharpf is Lead Manager Sustainable Construction of LafargeHolcim.

“Providing the supply” – Cédric de Meeûs
“Providing the supply” – Cédric de Meeûs

“We can provide the supply but not the demand,” states Cédric de Meeûs following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction” with regard to the recycling of concrete. De Meeûs is Head of Public Affairs of LafargeHolcim. 

“Re-materializing has many angles” – Brinda Somaya
“Re-materializing has many angles” – Brinda Somaya

“From new construction to waste collection – re-materializing has many angles,” says Brinda Somaya following the LafargeHolcim Forum in Egypt. Somaya is Principal of Somaya & Kalappa Consultants in India and member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction. 

“Stretching the boundaries of what is possible” – Norman Foster
“Stretching the boundaries of what is possible” – Norman Foster

“Materials are forever stretching the boundaries of what is possible – in a future of doing more with less,” says Lord Norman Foster following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Lord Foster is founder and principal of Foster & Partners and was the opening keynote speaker at the LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction. 

“Understanding materials better” – Stuart Smith
“Understanding materials better” – Stuart Smith

“The better we understand the materials we’ve got, the sooner we can start to deal with their problems,” summarized Stuart Smith following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Smith is director at Arup in Germany and the UK, and member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction. 

“We have to work together” – Anna Heringer
“We have to work together” – Anna Heringer

“We have to work together – building naturally or industrially,” says Anna Heringer following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Heringer is Honorary Professor of the UNESCO Chair in Earthen Architecture and co-moderated a workshop at the LafargeHolcim Forum for Sustainable Construction.

“We need a systematic approach” – Jan Jenisch
“We need a systematic approach” – Jan Jenisch

“It’s too simple to say we need sustainable building materials – we need a systematic approach,” notes Jan Jenisch following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Jenisch is the CEO of LafargeHolcim and member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction. 

“Knowledge to address the built environment” – Alejandro Aravena
“Knowledge to address the built environment” – Alejandro Aravena

“We need knowledge to address the built environment,” says Alejandro Aravena following the LafargeHolcim Forum on “Re-materializing construction”. Aravena is partner architect of Elemental in Chile and member of the Board of the LafargeHolcim Foundation for Sustainable Construction. 

“An impressive organisation that has become very important to the culture of architecture” – Richard Hassell
“An impressive organisation that has become very important to the culture of architecture” – Richard Hassell

LafargeHolcim Awards winner & upcoming jury member for region Asia Pacific, Richard Hassell of WOHA endorses the world’s most significant competition for sustainable design. WOHA received a LafargeHolcim Awards Bronze for a project to introduce buildings and open space on remediated swamp land in Dhaka, Bangladesh.

LafargeHolcim Awards: Call for exemplary construction projects, visionary design concepts
LafargeHolcim Awards: Call for exemplary construction projects, visionary design concepts

The LafargeHolcim Awards seeks leading projects of professionals as well as bold ideas from the Next Generation that combine sustainable construction solutions with architectural excellence. The 6th cycle of the international competition is open for entries until February 25, 2020. The Awards offers a total of USD 2 million in prize money and foregrounds projects and concepts from architecture, engineering, urban planning, materials and construction technology, and related fields.

LafargeHolcim Awards: Convocatoria para proyectos de construcción ejemplares y conceptos de diseño visionaries
LafargeHolcim Awards: Convocatoria para proyectos de construcción ejemplares y conceptos de diseño visionaries

Language: Spanish with Spanish Subtitles

Los LafargeHolcim Awards están dirigidos a proyectos destacados realizados por profesionales y también a ideas audaces de las nuevas generaciones, que combinen soluciones de construcción sustentable con excelencia arquitectónica. Hasta el 25 de febrero de 2020 estarán abiertas las inscripciones para participar en el 6to ciclo de esta competencia internacional. Los Awards ofrecen un total de 2 millones de dólares estadounidenses en premios y convoca a proyectos y conceptos de arquitectura, ingeniería, urbanismo, tecnologías de materiales y construcción, y campos afines.

LafargeHolcim Awards: Appel à projets de construction exemplaires et concepts de design innovants
LafargeHolcim Awards: Appel à projets de construction exemplaires et concepts de design innovants

Language: French with French Subtitles

Les LafargeHolcim Awards s’intéressent aux projets phares de professionnels ainsi qu’aux idées audacieuses soumises par les talents de demain, qui combinent solutions de construction durables et excellence architecturale. Les inscriptions pour le 6e cycle du concours international sont ouvertes jusqu’au 25 février 2020. Les Awards sont assortis au total d’une dotation de 2 millions de dollars et récompensent les projets et concepts dans les domaines de l’architecture, de l’ingénierie, de l’aménagement urbain, des matériaux et des technologies de construction, ainsi que dans les domaines connexes.

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