Winners CBE Graduation Award 2021-2022 announced
On 13 October the winners of the third edition of the Circularity in the Built Environment Graduation Award were announced by Vice Dean Maarten van Ham. This annual award recognizes the contribution BK graduation students make to the transition towards a circular built environment and aims to stimulate research and innovation in the field of circularity in the built environment.
Nominees & winners
The nominees and 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:
- Sofia Angeliki Kouvela (winner) | Re-LOOP TRANSPARENCY: Exploring the potential of combining circularity and transparency in an insulated glass unit
- Kathryn Larsen (nominee) | [Seaweed] Farm to Table
- Jun Wen Loo (nominee) | Sprong van Hout (The Leap of Timber)
Category Buildings & Neighbourhoods
- Alex Kirschstein (winner) | URBAN PARAPHRASIS
- Ruowen Gao (nominee) | Shared luxury
- Wan Huang (nominee) | Dynamic Habitat Beirut
Category Cities & Regions
- Jin-Ah Duijghuisen (winner) | Textile Landscape: A design exploration on how to overcome metabolic imbalances in the textile industry
- Michal Kasperski (nominee) | Reviving the rural
- Josefien de Wind (nominee) | Time for timber: A research on policy instruments for a successful timber transition in the Metropole region Amsterdam
- Adrianna Karnaszewska (winner) | URBAN FOODSCAPES: Intersecting flows
- (Michael) Man Ho Tong (nominee) | ReCoNet: recycling community network
- Aleksandra Shopova (nominee) | Panelka Beyond Ideology: In between a remnant of Soviet reality and a catalyst for individuality
Stijn Brancart, Roberto Cavallo, Eleonora Farcomeni (Award winner 2021), Luca Fontana (Award winner 2021), Alexandra den Heijer, Abhishek Holla (Award winner 2021), Olga Ioannou, Tillmann Klein, Peter Koorstra, Hanvit Lee, David Peck, Nico Tillie, Karel Van den Berghe, Alexander Wandl.