Posted on 20 May 2010
From April 14 to 17, Daniel Pearl and Bernard Olivier, partners at LOEUF, took part in the HOLCIM forum 2010, which was held in Mexico this year. They participated in visits on social arrangements and infrastructure; visit of Nexahualcoyotl, the largest unplanned community in Mexico. They also attended presentations given by Armory Lovins, chairman and chief scientist, Rocky Mountain Institute, titled “No more inefficiency” and Thom Mayne, principal, Morphosis Architects, titled “Nothing stands alone”. They also met with Diego Torres, architect at Elemental, in Chile and Ambrish Arora, architect at Lotus, in New Delhi.