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Regional Holcim Awards 2020
North America

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Next Generation prize winner announcement – North America
Next Generation prize winner announcement – North America

The winning projects all address fundamental issues and challenges.

Unmaking Architecture New York – Project Video
Unmaking Architecture New York – Project Video

Next Generation 1st prize winner Unmaking Architecture, New York – Management tool for reusing salvaged materials by Daniel Marshall, Teaching Fellow (2019/20), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA.

Unmaking Architecture New York – Author Comment
Unmaking Architecture New York – Author Comment

Author comment by Daniel Marshall, Teaching Fellow (2019/20), Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA, USA on Unmaking Architecture, New York – Management tool for reusing salvaged materials.

Off the Wall Canada – Project Video
Off the Wall Canada – Project Video

Next Generation 2nd prize winner Off the Wall, Canada – Making building components from food-processing byproducts by Daniel Francisco Gonzalez, student, and Noor Shaikh, consultant, IXIM Bioproducts Inc., Waterloo and Toronto, Canada.

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Off the Wall Canada – Author Comment
Off the Wall Canada – Author Comment

Next Generation 2nd prize winners Daniel Francisco Gonzalez, student, and Noor Shaikh, consultant, IXIM Bioproducts Inc., Waterloo and Toronto, Canada on Off the Wall, Canada – Making building components from food-processing byproducts.

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Performative Landscapes in Florida – Project Video
Performative Landscapes in Florida – Project Video

Next Generation 3rd prize winner Performative Landscapes in Florida – Contextual reconversion of an industrial site by Samuel Clovis, architect, Los Angeles, USA.

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Performative Landscapes in Florida – Author Comment
Performative Landscapes in Florida – Author Comment

Next Generation 3rd prize winner Samuel Clovis, architect, Los Angeles, USA on Performative Landscapes in Florida – Contextual reconversion of an industrial site.

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Pure Inhale Connecticut – Project Video
Pure Inhale Connecticut – Project Video

Next Generation 4th prize winner Pure Inhale, Connecticut – Plant-based design module research by Phoebe Mankiewicz, PhD student, Yale Center for Ecosystems in Architecture, New Haven, CT, USA.

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Pure Inhale Connecticut – Author Comment
Pure Inhale Connecticut – Author Comment

Next Generation 4th prize winner Phoebe Mankiewicz, PhD student, Yale Center for Ecosystems in Architecture, New Haven, CT, USA on Pure Inhale, Connecticut – Plant-based design module research.

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Regional Holcim Awards 2020 North America

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