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Regional Holcim Awards 2020
Europe

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Next Generation prize winner announcement – Europe
Next Generation prize winner announcement – Europe

The winning projects from Switzerland, Spain, Belgium, and the United Kingdom each highlight a different aspect of sustainable construction.

Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Project Video
Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Project Video

Project video on Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Dune reconstructive bayside infrastructure by Javier Estebala Alández, architect, Madrid, Spain.

Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Author Comment
Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Author Comment

Author comment by Javier Estebala Alández, architect, Madrid, Spain on Accumulating Shelter in Spain – Dune reconstructive bayside infrastructure.

Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Project Video
Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Project Video

Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Bioremediation tiles for water purification by Shneel Malik, architect & biodesign researcher, Bio-Integrated Design Lab, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, United Kingdom.

Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Author Comment
Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Author Comment

Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Shneel Malik, architect & biodesign researcher, Bio-Integrated Design Lab, Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL, London, United Kingdom for Tessellated Cleansing from the United Kingdom – Bioremediation tiles for water purification.

Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Project Video
Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Project Video

Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Waste energy recovery for residential use by Winner: Yufei He, architect and scientific assistant, ETH Zurich, Switzerland.

Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Author Comment
Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Author Comment

Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Yufei He, architect and scientific assistant, ETH Zurich, Switzerland for Thermal Processor in Switzerland – Waste energy recovery for residential use.

Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Project Video
Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Project Video

Next Generation 1st prize ex aequo winner Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Community housing for socially empowered living by Annik Keoseyan, architect and urban designer, Mexico City, Mexico.

Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Author Comment
Transforming Collectivity in Belgium – Author Comment

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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Regional Holcim Awards 2020 Europe

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