Al Borde - Global award for sustainable architecture 2013

Le Global Award for Sustainable Architecture distingue chaque année cinq architectes qui partagent les principes du développement durable et d’une approche participative de l’architecture aux besoins des sociétés, au Nord comme au Sud de la planète.
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Greenhouse Atelier, Machachi, Ecuador 2006 © Pascual Gangotena

A green house for her; Taller-Invernadero, Machachi – Ecuador / al borde – Pascual Gangotena

Nueva Espereanza School Manabí, Ecuador 2009 © Francisco Suarez

New Hope School is a Boat-Shaped Thatched Roof Building on an Ecuador Beach Al bordE architects built Escuela Nueva Esperanza in Ecuador from local sustainable materials – Inhabitat - Sustainable Design Innovation, Eco Architecture, Green Building

Nueva Espereanza School Manabí, Ecuador 2009 © Francisco Suarez

Image 5 of 47 from gallery of Nueva Esperanza School / al bordE. Photograph by Esteban Cadena

Nueva Espereanza School Manabí, Ecuador 2009, © Francisco Suarez

Image 2 of 47 from gallery of Nueva Esperanza School / al bordE. Photograph by Esteban Cadena

Nueva Espereanza School Manabí, Ecuador 2009 © Andrea Vargas

Image 22 of 47 from gallery of Nueva Esperanza School / al bordE. Photograph by Esteban Cadena

Greenhouse Atelier, Machachi, Ecuador 2006 © Pascual Gangotena

Completed in 2006 in Machachi, Ecuador. Images by Pascual Gangotena & Iñigo Salvador. He requires a shelter to express the powerful reflection of nature in his paintings. She needs a greenhouse to summarize the.

Greenhouse Atelier Machachi, Ecuador 2006 © Pascual Gangotena

Completed in 2006 in Machachi, Ecuador. Images by Pascual Gangotena & Iñigo Salvador. She needs a greenhouse to summarize the.

Espereanza School Dos Manabí, Ecuador 2011 © Esteban Cadena

Espereanza School Dos Manabí, Ecuador 2011 © Esteban Cadena

Espereanza School Dos Manabí, Ecuador 2011 © Andrea Vargas

Community Building Project, Esperanza Dos by Al Borde. Uses natural materials from the local area. This is a project almost completely designed by and created by the community that uses it.

Espereanza School Dos Manabí, Ecuador 2011 © Esteban Cadena

Socking it to the starchitects: Think Global, Build Social! shows how community involvement is shaping architecture for a better world.

Al Borde © Al Borde

Al Borde © Al Borde

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