Winners of the Circularity in the Built Environment Graduation Award announced
On 30 September the winners of the Circularity in the Built Environment Graduation Award 2020-2021 were announced.
Winners of the Circularity in the Built Environment Graduation Award were selected from four categories. The master theses are available through these links.
Category ‘Materials & Components’:
Digital Solutions for a Circular Façade Economy: A conceptual framework for a Façade’s Product Passport to facilitate decision making at its End of Service (EoS)
Category ‘Buildings & Neighbourhoods’:
Haven: the public interlace for social inclusivity in post-renewal Copenhagen
Category ‘Cities & Regions’:
Re-connect Green & Blue Highways of Nature Flows
Food community house in the Brettenzone: the local circular economy approach to reduce our environmental footprint
About the award
The Circularity in the Built Environment Graduation Award recognizes the contribution BK graduation students make to the transition toward a circular built environment. This annual award aims to stimulate research and innovation in the field of circularity in the built environment. The prize is awarded and judged by the Circular Built Environment Hub of the Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment.
Thijs Asselbergs, Gerard van Bortel, Roberto Cavallo, Marcin Dabrowski, Job van den Heuvel (Winner CBE Graduation Award 2019-2020), Olga Ioannou, Tillmann Klein, Peter Luscuere, Juliëtte Mohamed (Winner CBE Graduation Award 2019-2020), David Peck, Ad Straub, Alexander Wandl.