Rotor: Global Award for Sustainable Architecture 2015
ROTOR is one of five winners of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture in 2015.
The City of Architecture and Heritage initiated this international award to stimulate debate on sustainable architecture on basis of the proposition made by the architect and critic Jana Revedin, president of the Foundation LOCUS which develops this Award concept.
Each year, an international scientific committee selects five architects for their commitment and practice of sustainable architecture in the West and in developing countries.
The five winning architects in 2015 are invited to submit their work, their motivations, commitments, at the annual symposium.
The symposium and awards ceremony was held on Monday, May 4 from 2PM at the City of Architecture and Heritage in Paris.