KADK graduates victorious at the Saint-Gobain Habitat Award 2014
On Thursday, the winners of the architecture prize, the Saint-Gobain Habitat Award 2014, were announced at an award ceremony at the School of Architecture in Copenhagen. The first prise of DKK 50,000 went to a sensational KADK project for a burial site.
In the photo (from the right): Anna Maria Indrio (Jury/C.F. Møller), Jonathan Houser (1st Prize), Marie Persson (2nd Prize), Mathias Holm (3rd Prize), Christoffer Christensen (3rd Prize) and Thierry Lambert (Saint-Gobain General Delegate).
Saint-Gobain Habitat Award
The Saint-Gobain Habitat Award aims to encourage young architecture students to create groundbreaking and innovative projects, which set the standard for future construction in a way, which takes care of both resources and cultural values.
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