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Zumtobel Group Awards go to Brazil and the USA

Winners have been selected for the Zumtobel Group Awards for Sustainability and Humanity in the Built Environment. The Austrian lighting group's award, which carries a purse of EUR 140,000, honours sustainable solutions in architecture and engineering that make pioneering contributions to the future quality of life.

In the Built Environment category, the jury chose to commend the Brazilian architectural practice Triptyque for its ecologically and architecturally pioneering office building and gallery HARMONIA 57.

The award in the Research & Initiative category went to the non-profit design studio Terreform ONE, founded by Mitchell Joachim and Maria Aiolova, for the research project New York City Resource & Mobility, a visionary master plan that maps out a sustainable future for New York City.

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