Anupama Kundoo, Auroville, Inde - Berlin, Allemagne (vEng)
Lecture delivered by Anupama Kundoo, at the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture™ 2022. Version dubbed in French. The Global Award for Sustainable ArchitectureTM was founded in 2006 by architect and professor Jana Revedin, with the Cité de l'architecture & du patrimoine as cultural partner. The Global Award Community brings together the laureates: 75 architects to date, working around the world, who share the ethos of sustainable architecture. The Global Award Community pursues research, experimentation and transmission in the fields of architecture, urban renewal and academic social responsibility. Architecture is defined as a key player in the emancipation of societies and the control of their development and civic rights in inhabited space. The Global Award is placed under the patronage of UNESCO. The theme of the Global Award for Sustainable Architecture™ 2022 is "Territory: what resources, what threats?". The 2022 winners are: Martin Rauch, builder, Schlins, Vorarlberg, Austria; Anupama Kundoo, architect, Auroville, India - Berlin, Germany; Yalin Architectural Design, Okan Bal and Ömer Selçuk Baz, architects, co-founders, Istanbul, Turkey; Dorte Mandrup, architect, Copenhagen, Denmark; Gilles Clément, landscape designer, Crozant, France.