Top sustainable construction projects focus on local context and enhancing communities

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Gold 2014 for "Protective Wing: Bird sanctuary, Chiang Mai, Thailand" (l-r): winners Nattapong Chumkesorn, Chak Cherdsatirkul, Singh Intrachooto, Jariyawadee Lekawatana, Felix Baroux, Pacharapan Ratananakorn, and Sorawut Kittibanthorn.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Gold 2014 for "Protective Wing: Bird sanctuary, Chiang Mai, Thailand" (l-r): Daniel Bach, Holcim Area Manager South East Asia; Patrachant Krairiksh, Siam City Cement Thailand; winners Singh Intrachooto and Jariyawadee Lekawatana; Ian Thackwray, Holcim Exco Member Asia Pacific; and winners Chak Cherdsatirkul, Felix Baroux, Sorawut Kittibanthorn, Pacharapan Ratananakorn, Nattapong Chumkesorn.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Gold 2014 for "Protective Wing: Bird sanctuary, Chiang Mai, Thailand" (l-r): winners Nattapong Chumkesorn, Felix Baroux, Chak Cherdsatirkul, Pacharapan Ratananakorn, Singh Intrachooto, Jariyawadee Lekawatana, and Sorawut Kittibanthorn (front).

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Silver 2014 for "Children’s Ziggurat: Locally-adapted orphanage and library, Kathmandu, Nepal" (l-r): Ian Thackwray, Holcim Exco Member Asia Pacific; project client Christopher Gish, Seeds of Change Foundation; and David Herrman, Chief Macroeconomics & Finance Unit, Embassy of the USA in Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Silver 2014 for "Children’s Ziggurat: Locally-adapted orphanage and library, Kathmandu, Nepal": Christopher Gish, Director at Seeds of Change Foundation, Colorado, accepting the award on behalf of Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith of MOS architects, New York.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Celebrating the Holcim Awards main prize winners (l-r): Ganga Ratnayake and Milinda Pathiraja, Robust Architecture Workshop; Chak Cherdsatirkul, Kaomai Lanna Resort; Singh Intrachooto, Kasetsart University; Christopher Gish, Seeds of Change Foundation; Jariyawadee Lekawatana, Architectkidd; Felix Baroux, École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture et de Paysage de Bordeaux; and Sorawut Kittibanthorn, Pacharapan Ratananakorn, Nattapong Chumkesorn, all Architectkidd.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Bronze 2014 for "Post-War Collective: Community library and social recuperation, Ambepussa, Sri Lanka" (l-r): Aiden Lynam, Holcim Area Manager South Asia; Ian Thackwray, Holcim Exco Member Asia Pacific; winners Milinda Pathiraja and Ganga Ratnayake; H.E. Anoja Wijeyesekera, Ambassador of Sri Lanka; and Philippe Richart, CEO Holcim Lanka.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Bronze 2014 for "Post-War Collective: Community library and social recuperation, Ambepussa, Sri Lanka" (l-r): winners Ganga Ratnayake and Milinda Pathiraja of Robust Architecture Workshop.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2014 for "Between Walls: Community medical center and school, Tatiba Baraibura, Jharkhand, India" (l-r): Ajay Kapur, CEO Ambuja Cements Limited India; winners Madhusudhan Chalasani and Mario Liras of MADE; and Harish Badami, CEO ACC Limited India.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2014 for "High-Tech Low-Tech: Sustainable research center featuring traditional woodworking methods, Kyoto, Japan" (l-r): winners Benoît Jacquet and Manuel Tardits; together with Maria Atkinson, member of the Board of the Holcim Foundation.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2014 for "In-Situ Network: Palm tree branches for coastal protection, Tarawa Atoll, Kiribati" (l-r): winners Ana Abram and Maj Plemenitas; together with Maria Atkinson, member of the Board of the Holcim Foundation; and Davy Sukamta, Member of the Holcim Awards jury 2014 Asia Pacific.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2014 for "Megacity Skeleton: Stakeholder participation for urban up-grading, Jakarta, Indonesia" (l-r): winners Genta Sawai, Chiba University, Japan; Mikhael Johanes, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia; Yuki Yoshikata, Chiba University; Achmad Hery Fuad and Evawani Ellisa, Universitas Indonesia; Akiko Okabe, Chiba University; and Tomohiko Amemiya, Unitydesign, Tokyo; together with Gary Schütz, CEO Holcim Indonesia and Davy Sukamta, member of the Holcim Awards jury 2014 Asia Pacific.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize 2014 for "Resurrected Canals: Urban water transport system, Bangkok, Thailand" (l-r): winners Sethawat Srivirote and Chanikarn Opaspimoltum, D I Designs, Bangkok; Patrachant Krairiksh, Siam City Cement, Thailand; winners Santi Sombatwichatorn and Pongporn Sudbanthad, D I Designs, Bangkok; and Davy Sukamta, member of the Holcim Awards jury Asia Pacific 2014.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Winners of all five Acknowledgement prizes from India, Indonesia, Japan, Kiribati and Thailand.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards "Next Generation" 1st prize 2014 for "Panda-Watching: Historic village reconstruction, Xueshan, China" (l-r): winners Zhang Qu and Zhe Peng; together with Ralph Zhang, Holcim Management Services China.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards "Next Generation" 2nd prize 2014 for "Adaptable Portable: Modular housing for urban poor, Dhaka, Bangladesh" (l-r): winner Nusrat Jahan Mim, together with Shankar Kumar Roy, GM Business Development, Holcim Bangladesh.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards "Next Generation" 3rd prize 2014 for "Social Design: Urban neighborhood remediation, Bandung, Indonesia" (l-r): winners Antonius Richard Rusli, Steve Soesanto, Kenneth Soewarto, and Raynoldo Theodore, together with Gary Schütz, CEO Holcim Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards "Next Generation" 4th prize 2014 for "Formal-Informal DNA: Urban network upgrading, Tangerang, Indonesia" (l-r): Sujit Ghosh, CEO Holcim Singapore; winner Eugene Tan, student at the National University of Singapore; and Erwin Viray, Professor of Architecture and Design Kyoto Institute of Technology.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presentation of the Holcim Awards "Next Generation" 5th prize 2014 for "Re-Made Fabric: Garment district intervention, Chittagong, Bangladesh" (l-r): winners Meriem Chabani, Etienne Chobaux and John Edom of the École Nationale Supérieure d'Architecture Paris Malaquais, France, together with Shankar Kumar Roy,GM Business Development, Holcim Bangladesh.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Five “Next Generation” prizes for inspiring visions of tomorrow were presented to projects by young professionals and students in Bangladesh, China and Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Kenya Endo (right), a Singaporean resident, won the “Next Generation” 2nd prize for North America with “Machine Landscape: Coal mining sites for hydro-pump electricity storage, Greene County, PA, USA”. He was congratulated on his achievement by Sujit Ghosh, CEO Holcim Singapore at the Holcim Awards ceremony for Asia Pacific in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presenting the Holcim Awards main prize-winning projects: Donald Bates, member of the Holcim Awards jury 2014 Asia Pacific and Chair of Architectural Design, University of Melbourne, Australia

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presenting the Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prize-winning projects: Davy Sukamta, member of the Holcim Awards jury 2014 Asia Pacific and Director of Davy Sukamta & Partners, Indonesia

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Presenting the “Next Generation” prize-winning projects (l-r): Erwin Viray, Professor of Architecture and Design at the Kyoto Institute of Technology, Japan and Nirmal Kishnani, Assistant Dean of Architecture, School of Design & Environment, National University of Singapore (NUS)

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    "The importance of emotional and psychological needs in post eathquake reconstruction is vital to successful sustainable construction", Tjokorda Nirarta Samadhi, Fifth Deputy Head of the President’s Delivery Unit for Development, Monitoring and Oversight in Jakarta, Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Welcoming more than 400 guests to the Djakarta Theatre, Sutanto Soehoedo, Deputy Governor for DKI Jakarta for Transportation, Trade and Industry, Indonesia.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    "This Awards proves sustainability is a goal not only necessary but also achievable", Rolf Soiron, Chairman of the Board of the Holcim Foundation, Switzerland.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Master of Ceremony: Susan Bachtiar, TV presenter

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    More than 400 guests were welcomed at the Djakarta Theatre to celebrate the winners of the Holcim Awards Asia Pacific 2014.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    The audience awaits the announcement of the winners of the Holcim Awards 2014 for region Asia Pacific.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    During the poster exhibition following the ceremony, guests had the opportunity to network and to learn more about each of winning projects.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Mr Fauzan enchanted the audience during the intermission at the Holcim Awards ceremony for Asia Pacific in Jakarta with his sand paintings.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Guests at the Holcim Awards ceremony Asia Pacific enjoy a performance of the Rampak Gendang dancers.

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    Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific ceremony, Jakarta, Indonesia

    Guests of the Holcim Awards ceremony in Jakarta are welcomed by traditional Indonesian dancers.

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    Project Entry 2014 Asia Pacific - Protective Wing: Bird sanctuary, Chiang Mai, Thailand

    Bird smuggling and urban sprawl: Each year nearly 10,000 birds are smuggled into and out of Thailand. Natural environments are being replaced rapidly.

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    Project Entry 2014 Asia Pacific - Children’s Ziggurat: Locally-adapted orphanage and library, Kathmandu, Nepal

    Construction photo. (Image by Sagar Chitraka)

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    Project Entry 2014 Asia Pacific - Post-War Collective: Community library and social recuperation, Ambepussa, Sri Lanka

    3D view of the proposed library: The single-story building mass spans nonchalantly across the landscape, touching the earth as lightly as possible. The building informally wraps around an internal courtyard that is also an extension of the external landscape. The placement of the building on site retains all existing trees, while its linear footprint allows optimized natural ventilation and brings in sunlight to all internal rooms; rammed earth walls provide thermal mass.

The winning projects of the Holcim Awards 2014 Asia Pacific show how building with sustainable construction in mind can enhance the region’s human, natural and economic performance. A bird sanctuary in Thailand, a locally-adapted orphanage in Nepal, and a community library in Sri Lanka received the top prizes.

Last updated: November 13, 2014 Jakarta, Indonesia

An independent jury led by Rahul Mehrotra (India) selected the winners using the “target issues” for sustainable construction that include the “triple bottom line” of environmental, social and economic performance, and also recognize the need for architectural excellence and a high degree of transferability. 13 projects to be implemented in nine countries in the Asia Pacific region were recognized with a total of USD 330,000 prize money.

Gold to a bird sanctuary in Thailand

A14APgoTH-09.jpgA bird sanctuary in northern Thailand that serves as both an educational facility and bird rehabilitation center won the Gold prize. The integrated approach to bird conservation by Jariyawadee Lekawatana of Achitectkidd and Singh Intrachooto of Kasetsart University in Bangkok, together with Chak Cherdsatirkul of Kaomai Lanna Resort, Chiang Mai, simulates the natural habitat and includes a small hotel and bird viewing tower. Palm fiber discarded from agricultural production is re-valued as a construction material for the building envelope which provides additional habitat and food sources for all birds in the area.

At the prize-giving ceremony in Jakarta, jury member Donald Bates (Australia) congratulated the Holcim Awards Gold winners for their innovative approach to addressing the devastating effects of bird trafficking on the survival of endangered wildlife. “The project’s stance is aligned with the principles advocated by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and combines architectural qualities with conservation, education, research and eco-tourism in a complete and convincing way,” he said.

Locally-adapted orphanage in Nepal takes Silver

The Lali Gurans orphanage and library in Kathmandu, Nepal by Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith of MOS Architects in New York, USA won Silver. The project addresses the needs of an under-served rural population with a facility that uses low-technology renewable energy and material resources, thus significantly reducing operating costs. Vertical gardens and permaculture provide thermal insulation as well as food for cooking. The project addresses the isolation of the orphanage as an institution by integrating the needs of the nearby communities through a library accessible to the public and a seismically-stable refuge area.

Bronze for community recuperation project in Sri Lanka

A project in the rural town of Ambepussa by Milinda Pathiraja of Robust Architecture Workshop in Colombo, Sri Lanka was awarded Bronze. The project aims to re-integrate former soldiers into post-civil-war society by providing training in building techniques through the construction of a community library. The slender building sits lightly in the landscape and wraps around an inner courtyard, taking full advantage of cross ventilation and daylight use, rammed-earth walls and recycled materials reduce the building’s ecological footprint.

Five Acknowledgement prizes for responsive approaches

Madhusudhan Rao Chalasani of MADE, Indiareceived one of the five equally-ranked Acknowledgement prizes for a community medical center and school in Tatiba Baraibura, Jharkhand, India that combines local materials and traditional craftsmanship with modern technology to create a simple yet sophisticated building. Benoît Jacquet of École française d'Extrême-Orient and Manuel Tardits of Mikan, Japan were acknowledged for a sustainable research center in Kyoto, Japan that uses advanced technological features as well as time-honored Japanese woodworking methods to allow rapid construction.

A further Acknowledgement prize went to a plan incorporating stakeholder participation for urban upgrading in Jakarta, Indonesia by Tomohiko Amemiya of UNITYDESIGN in Japan and a team from Universitas Indonesia that uses a two-step micro intervention to upgrade informal settlements in megacities. Two further recipients of Acknowledgement prizes were a response by Maj Plemenitas of LINKscale in the UK to the imminent threat of coastal erosion due to rising waters by using palm tree branches for the coastal protection of Tarawa Atoll, Kiribati; and an urban water transport system in Bangkok, Thailand by Santi Sombatwichatorn of D I Designs, Thailand that proposes to revive the ancient canals of the city to create a modern network of waterways and supplement the existing Metropolitan Rapid Transit systems.

Five “Next Generation” prizes for students and young professionals

A14APng1CN-06.jpgThe Holcim Awards competition also seeks bold ideas for tomorrow in the “Next Generation” category for participants up to 30 years of age. The “Next Generation” 1st prize went to Harvard Graduate School of Design student Zhe Peng for the historic village reconstruction of Xueshan, China. The design proposes a post-earthquake reconstruction of a historic village in Sichuan Province that focuses on the unique local characteristics of the site, bamboo as the main building material and revives traditional construction techniques.

Nusrat Jahan Mim from Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology won 2nd prize for a modular housing plan for urban poor in Dhaka, Bangladesh. The 3rd prize went to Antonius Richard Rusli from Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Indonesia for an urban neighborhood remediation plan of Bandung, Indonesia. Eugene Tan from National University of Singapore won 4th prize for an urban network upgrading concept in Tangerang, Indonesia, and the 5th prize was presented to Meriem Chabani, Etienne Chobaux, and John Edom from École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris Malaquais, France for an intervention plan for the Chittagong garment district in Bangladesh.

Holcim Awards submissions for projects in Asia Pacific were evaluated by an independent jury hosted by the Tsinghua University in Beijingand included Rahul Mehrotra (head of jury, India), Marc Angélil (Switzerland), Donald Bates (Australia), Momoyo Kaijima (Japan), Forrest Meggers (Singapore), Geeta Mehta (USA), Ian Riley (China), Stephen Siu-Yu Lau (Hong Kong/China), Brinda Somaya (India), Davy Sukamta (Indonesia), and Yue Zhang (China).

The Holcim Awards ceremony in Jakarta for the competition region Asia Pacific concludes a series of five events following Moscow for Europe, Toronto for North America, Medellín for Latin America, and Beirut for Africa Middle East. The projects that received Holcim Awards Gold, Silver and Bronze in each region automatically qualify for the Global Holcim Awards 2015.

The Holcim Awards for Sustainable Construction competition seeks innovative, future-oriented and tangible construction projects to promote sustainable responses to the technological, environmental, socioeconomic and cultural issues affecting building and construction on a local, regional and global level. The competition has been run by the Swiss-based Holcim Foundation since 2004 and offers USD 2 million in prize money per three-year cycle.

The Holcim Foundation is supported by Holcim Ltd and its Group companies in around 70 countries and is independent of its commercial interests. Holcim is one of the world’s leading suppliers of cement and aggregates (crushed stone, gravel and sand) as well as further activities such as ready-mix concrete and asphalt including services.

Holcim Awards 2014 prize-winning projects, Asia Pacific

Main category

Holcim Awards Gold 2014 – USD 100,000
Protective Wing: Bird sanctuary, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Main authors: Jariyawadee Lekawatana, Architectkidd, Bangkok, Thailand; Singh Intrachooto, Kasetsart University, Bangkok, Thailand; Chak Cherdsatirkul, Kaomai Lanna Resort, Chiang Mai, Thailand
Further authors: Felix Baroux, École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture et de Paysage de Bordeaux, France; Pacharapan Ratananakorn, Pratchaya Lertrucksadee, Nattapong Chumkesorn, Tamfun Vatayanon, and Sorawut Kittibanthorn, Architectkidd, Bangkok, Thailand

Holcim Awards Silver 2014 – USD 50,000
Children’s Ziggurat: Locally-adapted orphanage and library, Kathmandu, Nepal
Main authors: Hilary Sample and Michael Meredith, MOS Architects, New York, NY, USA

Holcim Awards Bronze 2014 – USD 30,000
Post-War Collective: Community library and social recuperation, Ambepussa, Sri Lanka
Main author: Milinda Pathiraja, Robust Architecture Workshop, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Further author: Ganga Ratnayake, Robust Architecture Workshop, Colombo, Sri Lanka

Holcim Awards Acknowledgement prizes 2014 – each USD 17,000

Between Walls: Community medical center and school, Tatiba Baraibura, Jharkhand, India
Main author: Madhusudhan Rao Chalasani, MADE, Hyderabad, India
Further authors: Mario Galiana Liras, Santosh Kumar Ketham, Sai Kumar GV, Bharat Kumar T, and Vamsi Kundanam, MADE, Hyderabad, India

High-Tech Low-Tech: Sustainable research center featuring traditional woodworking methods, Kyoto, Japan
Main authors: Benoît Jacquet, École française d'Extrême-Orient, Kyoto, Japan; Manuel Tardits, Mikan, Yokohama, Japan
Further authors: Kiwako Kamo, Masashi Sogabe, and Masayoshi Takeuchi, Mikan, Yokohama, Japan

In-Situ Network: Palm tree branches for coastal protection, Tarawa Atoll, Kiribati
Main author: Maj Plemenitas, LINKscale, London, United Kingdom
Further author: Ana Abram, Amphibious Lab, London, United Kingdom

Megacity Skeleton: Stakeholder participation for urban up-grading, Jakarta, Indonesia
Main author: Tomohiko Amemiya, UNITYDESIGN, Tokyo, Japan
Further authors: Akiko Okabe, Yuki Yoshikata, Kazuki Ueda, and Genta Sawai, Chiba University, Japan; Evawani Ellisa, Achmad Hery Fuad, Joko Adianto, Mikhael Johanes, and Meidesta Pitria, Universitas Indonesia, Jakarta, Indonesia

Resurrected Canals: Urban water transport system, Bangkok, Thailand
Main author: Santi Sombatwichatorn, D I Designs, Bangkok, Thailand
Further authors: Pongporn Sudbanthad, Tanasarn Kowsoui, Chanikarn Opaspimoltum, and Sethawat Srivirote, D I Designs, Bangkok, Thailand

“Next Generation” prizes

Holcim Awards “Next Generation” 1st prize 2014 – USD 25,000
Panda-Watching: Historic village reconstruction, Xueshan, China
Main author: Zhe Peng, Harvard Graduate School of Design, Cambridge, MA, USA
Further authors: Zhenru Zhou, Princeton University, Princeton, NJ, USA; Zhang Qu, Tsinghua University, Beijing, China

Holcim Awards “Next Generation” 2nd prize 2014 – USD 15,000
Adaptable Portable: Modular housing for urban poor, Dhaka, Bangladesh
Author: Nusrat Jahan Mim, Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh

Holcim Awards “Next Generation” 3rd prize 2014 – USD 10,000
Social Design: Urban neighborhood remediation, Bandung, Indonesia
Main author: Antonius Richard Rusli, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Bandung, Indonesia
Further authors: Kenneth Soewarto, Raymond San, Steve Soesanto, and Raynaldo Theodore, Universitas Katolik Parahyangan, Bandung, Indonesia

Holcim Awards “Next Generation” 4th prize 2014 – USD 7,500
Formal-Informal DNA: Urban network upgrading, Tangerang, Indonesia
Author: Eugene Tan, National University of Singapore, Singapore

Holcim Awards “Next Generation” 5th prize 2014 – USD 7,500
Re-Made Fabric: Garment district intervention, Chittagong, Bangladesh
Authors: Meriem Chabani, Etienne Chobaux, and John Edom, École Nationale Supérieure d’Architecture Paris Malaquais, Paris, France