MIPIM Awards 2015 :: Shortlist 2015

10 March 2015

Palais des Festivals
Cannes, France

For the very best of the real estate industry


Congratulations to this year's finalists!

During MIPIM, delegates will be invited to vote for their favourite project in each category at the Awards Gallery located in the heart of the exhibition area. This vote will count 50% of the final result, along with the jury's vote. 

New this year, the jury has shortlisted 5 of their personal favourite projects among all for the Special Jury Award.

In addition, the People's Choice Award will be given to the public's favourite project, thanks to a pre-MIPIM online vote which will be launched early February. One project out of the all the finalists will receive special recognition from the public, from you!

All winners will be revealed during the prestigious MIPIM Awards Ceremony to be held on Thursday 12 March 2015 at the Palais des Festivals, Cannes.

The ceremony is open to all MIPIM participants. 



Download the list of the MIPIM Awards 2015 Finalists



Boulevard Euromediterranée - Marseille's new waterfront (see below in Best urban regeneration project)

Dakar Congress Centre (see below in Special Jury Award)

King Fahad National Libary (see below in Best refurbished building)

Markthal Rotterdam (see below in Best shopping centre)

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park (see below in Best urban regeneration project)


Center Parcs Woburn Forest
City: Bedfordshire
Country: United Kingdom
Submitted by: Holder Mathias LLP
Developer: Center Parcs
Architect: Holder Mathias
Other: WTI, Schletterer, Edmond Shipway, PBA

Holder Mathias is architect and lead designer at Center Parcs Woburn Forest for the 16,000m2 pool and leisure building together with the 24,000m2 sports, conference and spa complex with a combined construction value of £97m. These feature Center Parcs’ largest and most sophisticated "sub tropical swimming paradise" (STSP), a state of the art spa, sports facilities and conference venue together with a wide range of restaurants, retail offers and leisure activities. The whole complex is designed to be invisible from outside the site and this was instrumental in securing planning consent at a public inquiry.

Delta Toronto®
City: Toronto
Country: Canada
Submitted by: Page + Steele / IBI Group Architects
Developer: GWL Realty Advisors
Architect: IBI Group
Other: Delta Hotels and Resorts®

The recently opened flagship Delta Toronto hotel at Toronto’s Southcore Financial Centre is the largest and tallest hotel built in Toronto’s downtown core in two decades. The 46-storey tower accommodates 567 guest rooms, 17,000 s.f. of banquet and conference space, a 150-seat restaurant and 80-seat patio, along with many other amenities. The building has been designed with sustainable features and will be pursuing LEED certification. 

The architecture is comprised of large building blocks articulated by playful graphic patterns that are fresh, innovative and memorable. The sculpted tower sits atop a four-storey podium that contributes significantly to the animation of the urban context by creating strong visual linkages between exterior and interior.

Raffles Istanbul Zorlu Center
City: Istanbul
Country: Turkey
Submitted by: Zorlu Yapi Yatirim
Developer: Zorlu Yapı Yatırım
Architect: EAA / HBA

At the heart of the cutting-edge Zorlu Center, a modern-day bazaar where fashion, fine food and the arts converge on the European shore in Beşiktaş, Raffles is an exhilarating fusion of virtuoso architecture, dazzling interiors, inspired food and deep luxury. The hotel overlooks the Bosphorus, the Prince Islands and the historic peninsula – a stunning vantage point above the city. Contemporary, full of texture and distinctly Turkish, Raffles Istanbul Zorlu Center offers 181 rooms and suites with floor to ceiling windows leading to balconies. The authentic Raffles touch is personified by legendary Raffles Butlers.

St Regis Hotel, Chengdu, PRC
City: Chengdu
Country: PRC
Submitted by: Aedas
Developer: Evergo Enterprises (Chengdu) Company Limited
Architect: Aedas

With an exclusive address in the heart of Chengdu's business district, the 29-story St. Regis Chengdu is part of the new Chinese Estates Plaza, a mixed-use development also designed by Aedas that will become a hub for residential, business, entertainment and shopping activities in the area. 

The St. Regis Chengdu sets a new standard in Southwest China for bespoke service and refined elegance. It creates a home for today’s entrepreneurial traveler, with 279 luxuriously appointed guestrooms and suites artfully designed to blend the Art Deco style with traditional elements of Sichuan culture, all the while incorporating discreet state-of-the-art technology.

AGC Technovation Centre
City: Gosselies
Country: Belgium
Developer: AGC Glass Europe

AGC Technovation Centre is the newest of only 4 industrial research centers of AGC, the glass manufacturer.The 22,000-sqm building takes advantage of a 9-m stepped site allowing for the creation of a 3-zone project organized around a patio. The 3 zones include a specially created two-level duplex research zone allowing laboratories located at ground level to communicate easily with the researchers’ offices located on the upper level; an industrial zone housing logistics areas, the stocks of samples as well as the pre-industrial process room ideally located in the lower level and an administrative zone housing the patent and engineering departments as well as the lobby and meeting center in the upper levels. Designed as a technology showcase for R & D achievements, AGC Technovation Centre is expected to become AGC's world center of excellence in architectural glass.

Parc PME Newton
City: Brussels
Country: Belgium
Submitted by: DDS & Partners / BAEB
Developer: Citydev Brussels
Architect: DDS & Partners / BAEB

Planned to accommodate up to 21 different tenants using 250 to 500 sqm units on an average, Parc PME Newton has been designed to give every tenant its own identity thanks to a colorful articulated façade clad with aluminum cases. A wooden structure, well insulated walls, natural ventilation, rainwater recovery and a green roof are part of the green strategy of the low-cost low-tech eco-strategy. Electrical power, natural gas and hot and cold water are provided throughout the buildings via a below ground gutter which allows the tenants to further develop and incorporate other pipes and cablings (i.e. optical fiber) at any time without ever interrupting or even disturbing the activities of the other tenants.

Würth Svenska AB
City: Örebro
Country: Sweden
Submitted by: White
Developer: Würth Svenska AB
Architect: White

The headquarters of Würth Sverige lives up to its location as an iconic gateway building to the city of Örebro in the heart of Sweden. The building is home to a highly efficient automated warehouse system, a shop and the headquarters for office workers. The building merges the vernacular colour of Falu red which is embedded in Swedish culture with the colours of Würth. Falu red adorns many of the vernacular buildings in Sweden and seen here in a new contemporary context. 

Kastelli Community Centre, Lifecycle Project
City: Oulu
Country: Finland
Submitted by: Lemminkäinen Building Construction
Developer: Client City of Oulu
Architect: Lahdelma&Mahlamäki Architects

Kastelli Community Centre provides education and exercise facilities for around 1.500 children and youth. Besides the building process the whole lifecycle of the building has been planned beforehand by using Building Information Model.

Project received the LEED for schools GOLD certification as the first school in Northern Europe. It is distinguished with environmentally sustainable solutions, such as demand-based control in lighting and ventilation, ensuring both excellent indoor climate conditions and high efficiency.

Kastelli Community Centre has been awarded the Finnish Association of Civil Engineers’ RIL Award in 2014. The criteria for the award include technology, economics, social and environmental considerations.

One Central Park
City: Sydney
Country: Australia
Submitted by: Frasers Property Australia
Developer: Sekisui House Australia
Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Other: PTW Architects

One Central Park is the landmark first stage of the boldly conceived ‘Central Park’ precinct. One Central Park comprises 623 apartments in two richly planted residential towers rising above a retail centre.

Designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel with PTW Architects, One Central Park’s design is centred on two innovative ‘green’ technologies: heliostats and hydroponics, applied with unprecedented imagination and scale. 

In addition, two precinct-wide initiatives – a low-emission central thermal plant and water recycling factory – are holistically embedded in the design of One Central Park, serving people, profit and planet; an exemplar project for urban utility infrastructure.

Powerhouse Kjørbo
City: Oslo
Country: Norway
Submitted by: Entra Asa
Developer: Entra ASA
Architect: Snøhetta AS
Other: Skanska, Asplan Viak, Sapa, Hydro, Zero

Powerhouse Kjørbo is a complete renovation of two office buildings from 1980. By optimizing and combining known technologies in new ways, Powerhouse Kjørbo will produce more energy than it uses over the lifetime of the building. The Powerhouse Kjørbo is the first renovation project in Norway to be certified as BREEAM-NOR Outstanding and is characterized among the most environmental friendly office buildings of the world. 
Ventilation: Displacement ventilation with low velocities, staircase used as extract air duct. Embodied energy in materials: Existing structural system remained, direct reuse of concrete and glass. 

The Edge
City: Amsterdam
Country: The Netherlands
Submitted by: OVG Real Estate
Developer: OVG Real Estate
Architect: PLP Architecture
Other: Deloitte (Primary Occupier), Philips (partner in LoE system), G&S bouw (Constructor) ABN Amro (Financier), Deerns ( Engineering consultant), Deka Immobilien (Owner)

The Edge is the world’s most sustainable office building officially awarded with the highest score ever recorded by the Building Research Establishment (BRE). The Grade A office building achieved a score of 98.36 per cent. 

The Edge was the first building to utilise Philips’ Ethernet-powered LED connected lighting, which enables employees to use a their smartphones to regulate climate and light over their individual workspaces.

The building is also energy neutral due to the use of solar panels and an aquifer thermal energy storage (130 m. below the ground) generates all energy required for heating and cooling of the building.

Selcuk Ecza HQ
City: Istanbul
Country: Turkey
Submitted by: Tabanlioglu Architects
Developer: Selcuk Ecza Holding
Architect: Tabanlıoğlu Architects : Melkan Gürsel & Murat Tabanlıoğlu

Like a small county settlement, juxtaposition of seven house-like volumes with hipped roofs forms the office campus.The individual 'houses' integrate to each other either through gardens, roof gardens, upper or lower patios and paths and atriums. The brown color of the exterior brings up the soft wood effect and unifies the structure. Daylight enters through roofs and all transparent sides, creating a diffused lighting mood in the spacious internal space until the basement floor. To provide balance of light and shadow and to increase the efficiency of passive climate control, the masses are enveloped with a designed mesh system.

The Otemachi Tower
City: Tokyo
Country: Japan
Submitted by: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Developer: Tokyo Tatemono Co., Ltd.
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (Design Architect), Taisei (Architect of Record), Kerry Hill Architects (Interiors Aman Hotel)
Other: Michel Desvigne Paysagiste (landscape designer)

The Otemachi Tower is located within a dense business district of Tokyo, above a nexus of five subway lines, to which it connects below grade. Especially notable in such a dense urban setting, a third of the project’s total site area was transformed into an urban forest named, Otemachi Forest. The building’s design is shaped by the forest – with large glass walls and direct connections at ground level, and interior finishes meant to echo the natural space beyond the building’s walls. The 185,000-square-meter tower contains headquarters offices for a prominent financial institution and the five-star Aman Hotel.

Xi'an Jiaotong-Liverpool University Administration Information Building, Suzhou, PRC
City: Suzhou
Country: China
Submitted by: Aedas
Developer: Suzhou Industrial Park Education Development & Investment Company
Architect: Aedas
Other: Suzhou Institute of Architectural Design Co., Ltd (Structural Engineer Firm); Shenyang Yuanda Aluminium Industry Engineering Co., Ltd (General Contractor); Lead Dao Technology and Engineering Ltd (3D Façade Consultant); AFP International GmbH (Façade consultant); VMZINC (Building Material Supplier)

Located in Suzhou Industrial Park, Xi’an Jiaotong–Liverpool University is jointly founded by Xi’an Jiaotong University China and the University of Liverpool UK. 
The design for its Administration Information Building was inspired by the famous Taihu Stone unearthed in the Suzhou Taihu lake area. Taihu Stones are referred as scholar’s stones, as they are always appreciated by Chinese scholars. The pores and holes of the stones are transformed into a void structure with functional spaces linking up different programmes of the building. They allow the building to respond to the users and surrounding context to form interactive spaces for people. 

VMware Campus
City: Palo Alto, California
Country: USA
Submitted by: Form4 Architecture
Developer: VMware/Hines
Architect: Form4 Architecture

VMwares’s award-winning Silicon Valley headquarters and corporate campus is designed with an appropriateness of scale and sensitivity to the natural setting. Including eighteen buildings and four parking garages the campus is organized around interconnected outdoor garden spaces and water features, with exterior bridges joining the upper floors. The LEED Gold and Silver campus puts occupant well-being as a prioritized through the use of clerestory light monitors for natural daylight, operable windows, energy-efficient lighting and mechanical systems, and safe and healthy materials. The design succeeds in marrying a world-class office environment with a campus that respects the natural environment.

Aldwych Quarter
City: London
Country: UK
Submitted by: John Robertson Architects / JLL / ISG (joint submission)
Developer: JLL
Architect: John Robertson Architects
Other: ISG

The reopening of the iconic former home of the BBC World Service, along with three adjoining buildings, marks the completion of one of the largest refurbishments ever undertaken in Central London. JLL working in partnership with ISG and John Robertson Architects has completed the 450,000 sq ft (GIA) complex of four buildings with Bush House at its core. The complex dates from the 1920s and 30s and Bush House is Grade II Listed. Our approach was to restore the grandeur and dignity of Aldwych Quarter and recapture the same enterprising spirit in which it was built nearly 100 years ago - preserving what was good about the buildings and not destroying the wonderful heritage.

City: Duesseldorf
Country: Germany
Submitted by: MOMENI Group
Developer: MOMENI Projektentwicklung GmbH
Architect: HPP Hentrich - Petschnigg & Partner GmbH + Co. KG
Other: Black Horse Investments GmbH (Joint-Venture Partner)

Dreischeibenhaus provides 35.000 m² of upgraded state-of-the-art office space in the heart of Düsseldorf’s CBD. This high-rise building, former headquarter of Thyssen Krupp, is already a unique heritage landmark and famous throughout Germany. Designed by internationally-renowned HPP Architects, the completed refurbishment is in compliance with LEED Gold Standard Green Building Criteria. Particular highlights are the façade, an impressive two-story entrance lobby, spectacular roof terraces and sustainable engineering. Prior to completion, the building has been already fully let to prominent tenants, such as Roland Berger, A.T. Kearney, Allen & Overy, Gleiss Lutz, Latham & Watkins and Jones Lang LaSalle.

King Fahad National Library
City: Riyadh
Country: Saudi Arabia
Submitted by: Gerber Architekten
Developer: Arriyadh Development Authority
Architect: Gerber Architekten

The King Fahad National Library is one of the most important cultural and urban development projects in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia. It represents the new centre of the rapidly changing Olaya District and stands out clearly from heterogeneous existing building patterns. Thus, the National Library becomes the iconographic centre of a prestigious urban quarter that will become increasingly important in future years. The design functions as the central driving force behind a piece of urban development and rearrangement, and combines the challenge of designing within the existing building stock with respect for the Arabian culture.

Segreen Business Park
City: Segrate - Milan
Country: italy
Submitted by: CBRE Global Investors SGR SPA
Developer: CBRE Global Investors SGR SPA
Architect: Lombardini22 srl

High quality of a small urban place surrounded by greenery. Designed to the highest global standards, Segreen Business Park is the result of an analysis of the most advanced way of contemporary working thought for leading international companies.

A complex of three main office buildings dialoguing among them with transparent and permeable links and a pedestrian square as a meeting interaction and leisure place. A 5-Star Service Building is dedicated to people services. Segreen is designed with great attention to environmental and sustainability issues: CENED and LEED certifications was obtained and it is the best sustainable project according Rebuild Award.

Cayan Tower
City: Dubai
Country: United Arab Emirates
Submitted by: Cayan Group
Developer: Cayan Group
Architect: Skidmore Owings and Merrill

Developed by Cayan Group- Real Estate Investment and Development, Cayan Tower, the 73-storey residential building is located at the heart of Dubai Marina, UAE and spirals in a smooth curve by an astonishing 90 degrees to give every apartment a stunning view of the sea or the marina.

The helix shaped tower is the finest symbol of sophisticated 21st century architectural design and elegance. Cayan tower’s dynamic twisting shape challenges conventional architecture and redefines the standards of luxury. Cayan Tower is a truly architectural vision certain to take its place as an icon not only in Dubai but in the world through winning several international awards. Designed by world-renowned Skidmore Owings & Merill, the tower is recognized by Guinness World Records as the world’s highest twisted skyscraper.

Krøyers Plads I
City: Copenhagen
Country: Denmark
Submitted by: NCC Bolig A/S
Developer: NCC Bolig A/S
Architect: Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects & COBE Architects
Other: GHB Landscape Architects & NCC Construction A/S

“Krøyers Plads” Is a modern version of the old harbor warehouses. The project consists of 38 high end apartments in combination with harbor front a new square and lively and attractive restaurants in the ground floor. The project has a prime location at the Copenhagen harbor overlooking “New Haven” and neighbor to the world best restaurant “Noma”. The architecture is reinterpreting the old warehouses. The facades are made off special tiles, making the building able to blend with the surrounding historical buildings. The project is the first apartments in Denmark to be Eco labeled by the Nordic Eco label.

One Central Park
City: Sydney
Country: Australia
Submitted by: Frasers Property Australia
Developer: Sekisui House Australia
Architect: Ateliers Jean Nouvel
Other: PTW Architects

One Central Park is the landmark first stage of the boldly conceived ‘Central Park’ precinct. One Central Park comprises 623 apartments in two richly planted residential towers rising above a retail centre.

Designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel with PTW Architects, One Central Park’s design is centred on two innovative ‘green’ technologies: heliostats and hydroponics, applied with unprecedented imagination and scale. 

In addition, two precinct-wide initiatives – a low-emission central thermal plant and water recycling factory – are holistically embedded in the design of One Central Park, serving people, profit and planet; an exemplar project for urban utility infrastructure.

The Waterfront
City: Stavanger
Country: Norway
Submitted by: AART architects
Developer: Kruse-Smith
Architect: AART architects, Studio Ludo

AART architects reveal the first building phase of the Waterfront development – one of the largest wooden residential developments in Europe. Located on the edge between the city and the sea, the 19,500 sqm development transforms the former industrial harbour front into a recreational part of town that will become the new heart of Stavanger.

City: Paris
Country: France
Submitted by: APSYS
Architect: Valode&Pistre
Other: Consultants Technical : BARBANEL/GEC

A successful fusion of what’s best about a shopping centre and the feel of a department store, Beaugrenelle benefits from an outstanding range of retail outlets, elegant architecture created by Valode & Pistre Architects and chic Parisian design. Located a stone's throw away from the Eiffel Tower, Beaugrenelle is also an urban project: a majestic gateway to the XVth arrondissement and the setting for the highrise buildings of the Front de Seine. Beaugrenelle aims at reinforcing Paris’ magnetism by proposing a new capital attraction. It is the new must-see shopping address for Parisian chic fans. Its ambition is to reconcile culture and commerce, moving beyond retail to provide a social and cultural dimension to shopping.

Markthal Rotterdam
City: Rotterdam
Country: The Netherlands
Submitted by: Provast
Developer: Provast
Architect: MVRDV
Other: Investor market floor: Corio Residential investor: Vesteda Artists art piece: Arno Coenen and Iris Roskam

Rotterdam has a new icon. At a historical location at the Binnenrotte, next to Blaak Station and the largest weekly open air market, the first covered market of the Netherlands was realised. Markthal includes a huge market floor under an arch of apartments. Its shape, colourful interior and height turn Markthal into an unique spectacle. Unique is not only its shape and size, but especially the way the different functions are combined. The combination of an apartment building covering a fresh food market with food shops, restaurants, a supermarket and an underground parking is found nowhere else in the world.

Riverside 66
City: Tianjin
Country: China
Submitted by: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Developer: Hang Lung Properties Ltd.
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (Design Architect), P&T International (Associate Architect)

Urban Market: The 350 meter long megastructrure completes the He Ping Lu pedestrian boulevard, becoming the centerpiece of the new commercial district while marking its presence monumentally from the revitalized Hai He River - creating a new public experience for the city. The project operates as a retail hub as well as a social network to engage, represent and activate a local community. The building itself, conceived as public space, intentionally engages the urban traffic and fosters user interaction. It mends the site’s disconnected edges and unites them within a single carapace, generating the project’s landmark presence.

The Breeze BSD City
City: Tangerang
Country: Indonesia
Submitted by: PT Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk.
Developer: PT Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk. – member of Sinarmas Land
Architect: JERDE consultant (foreign architect) & Arcadia (local architect)
Other: Main Contractor, PT.TOTAL BANGUN PERSADA Tbk; Mechanical & Electrical Engineer, PT.Jasira Utama; Civil & Structural Engineer, PT.TOTAL BANGUN PERSADA Tbk.

The Breeze BSD city offers the best open-air shopping, dining, and leisure center in Indonesia. The 135,000 m2 outdoor lifestyle center is located in the heart of BSD City uniquely designed by Jerde, a global architecture and urban planning firm. The development will take advantage of the natural colour of landscape and surrounding lined with decks that offer high end shops, dining and entertainment with breathtaking views of the lake and city’s bright lights. Tenants are strictly selected to present a comfortable and pleasant atmosphere. It has been rented to the most famous retailers in Indonesia.

Boulevard Euromediterranée - Marseille's new waterfront
City: Marseille
Country: France
Submitted by: Euromediterranée
Developer: Developer Euromediterranée
Architect: Ateliers Lion - Ilex - Kern et Associés

The story begins in 1995, with the creation of the Euroméditerranée urban development agency and a partnership with the Port Authority to ensure the transformation of the coastal site into an urban economic re-development project. Located on a brownfield site, the 2.5 km waterfront development stretches from the CMA CGM tower all the way to the historic “Vieux Port” beyond. Inaugurated for the 2013 Marseille European Capital of Culture festivities, the new urban promenade, named “Boulevard Euroméditerranée”, offers a high-quality public space and major new public and private facilities, building a metropolitan pole of attraction that changes the city’s image.

Ghent, future-proofing a historic city
City: Ghent
Country: Belgium
Submitted by: city of Ghent
Developer: SoGent, the city development agency and private developers
Architect: among others: atelier Kempe-Thill (Netherlands), Aranda Pigem Vilalta Arquitectes / COUSSÉE & GORIS architecten (Portugal / Belgium), Robbrecht & Daem / Marie-José Van Hee architecten and others
Other: members of the Flanders Ghent Development Group

The urban regeneration of Ghent’s historic heart is well on track, as 2014 saw the completion of the first phase (Kobra) and the start of new phases with the Krook and Bravoko projects. They combine a sustainable urban mobility plan with increased green spaces and waterfronts. They add up-scale residential housing, retail capacity and innovative workspaces. These adaptations are the response of a smart city creating value for it’s smart citizens, for retailers, visitors and professionals. The historic inner-city, known as "the world's most authentic destination" (Lonely Planet), is ready to enter a new urban era.

Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park
City: London
Country: United Kingdom
Submitted by: London Legacy Development Corporation
Developer: London Legacy Development Corporation
Architect: North Park Hub and play area – Erect Architects with LUC landscape architect. South Park Hub and plaza – James Corner Field Operations with Make Architects.
Other: MACE – project management partner. Lead designer, landscape architect, masterplanner: LDA Design with Hargreaves Associates (Multi-disciplinary team leadership, management and coordination of all sub consultants).Technical landscape architecture and landscape engineering: Atkins and Arup. Design team planning and management: Buro Four. Construction partners include BAM Nuttall; Balfour Beatty; Lagan; H. And J. Martin; ISG; Skanska; and Buckingham.

London is proud to have already delivered the most successful legacy programme in Olympic history. The hallmark of this success is the 560 acre Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, already the most important new area in London, driving tangible social, economic and cultural growth, and attracting investment. Transforming the Park after the Games included creating parklands and playgrounds, clearing temporary venues and walkways, and creating new routes in for the community. All of the Park’s permanent venues have their futures secured, with plans including five new neighbourhoods; a digital hub; a business district; and a world-leading culture and education quarter.

Toranomon Hills
City: Tokyo
Country: Japan
Submitted by: NIHON SEKKEI, INC.
Developer: Specified Builder: Mori Building Co., Ltd.
Other: Project Executor: Tokyo Metropolitan Government

Toranomon Hills is a flagship mixed-used development, offering various different facilities in the 247-meter tower over the Loop Road No.2, the major arterial road that will serve as a main route for the Olympic Village and the stadiums. The project is located in the area of designated National Strategic Special Zones. Mori Building brings the decades of experience to the project having worked on developments in ARK Hills, Omotesando Hills and Roppongi Hills.
The project is an innovative regulatory initiative utilizing the three-dimensional road system that allowed the arterial road constructed underneath the building to maximizing the space efficiency.

Cité musicale départementale de l'Île Seguin
City: Boulogne-Billancourt
Country: France
Submitted by: Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France
Developer: Bouygues Bâtiment Ile-de-France
Architect: Shigeru Ban Architects Europe - Agence Jean de Gastines Architectes
Other: OFI InfraVia - Sodexo - TF1

The Cité musicale départementale de l'Île Seguin, a first-rate music facility and a permanent leisure and cultural venue, will gather in the same complex every single step of the musical world: a music school, rehearsal and recording studios, the Hauts-de-Seine Choir School and an orchestra hosted in residence, a 6000 person concert hall, a 1150 seat auditorium, a musical café and musical shops. The building, with its iconic shape - a weaved wooden egg protected by a rotating solar wing - will be the cultural figurehead of West Paris.

Eckwerk Berlin
City: Berlin
Country: Germany
Submitted by: Kleihues + Kleihues Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH/ Graft Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH
Developer: Genossenschaft für urbane Kreativität( cooperative for urban creativity)
Architect: Kleihues + Kleihues Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH / Graft Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH together with the Genossenschaft für kreative Urbanität (cooperative for urban creativity)
Other: Client: Eckwerk Entwicklungs GmbH Other: sbp GmbH, Winter beratende Ingenieure für Gebäudetechnik GmbH, HHP Berlin

In an open dialogue the architectural offices Kleihues + Kleihues and GRAFT, together with the Genossenschaft für urbane Kreativität (cooperative for urban creativity, GuK), developed an exemplary building complex that aims to respond to the social, economic and ecological questions of our time. The main idea is to create an inspiring and lively space that sets the pattern for the relation between working and living, public sphere and privacy. The terraced landscape, as high as the train viaduct, is conceived as a multi-storey market place. On that socle five individual towers are disposed, connected by the Berg Pfad( Mountain Path).

Køge North Station
City: Køge
Country: Denmark
Submitted by: COBE
Developer: Banedanmark, Køge Municipality, DSB Properties
Other: COWI

Køge North Station will not only be a traffic hub for the entire Copenhagen region connecting high-speed trains, local trains and the busiest motorway in Denmark, but also a distinctive landmark. The project consists of a 225-meter long pedestrian bridge, a new train station and an associated park and ride facility. The north side of the bridge provides a 180-degrees panoramic view over the landscape and traffic lanes. The inside of the bridge becomes a warm and welcoming area padded with wooden lamellae, while the outside has a more rough expression with perforated steel plates matching the surrounding infrastructural materials.

Mongkok Residence
City: Hong Kong
Country: China
Submitted by: Aedas
Developer: Good Standing (Hong Kong) Limited
Architect: Aedas

The building is situated in the high density urban area - Mongkok. It is a predominately retail, commercial and residential area made up by a mixture of old and new buildings. The subject site covers an area of about 614 sq.m, and intends to develop a Serviced Apartment. The proposed development approximately consists of 128 rooms, retails and a clubhouse.
In the brief, the building required to be created a recognizable identity in this urban area. The architect was required provide variation in the facade design and make the building a signature of the project.

Isla de Marchi Audiovisual Center
City: Ciudad Autónoma de Buenos Aires
Country: Argentina
Submitted by: Riva S.A.
Developer: Riva S.A.
Architect: Mario Roberto Alvarez

Isla de Marchi Audiovisual Center is a unique 291,500 m2 mixed-use development in Puerto Madero, Buenos Aires. The project is centered around the audiovisual industry, looking to congregate companies focused on the film, advertising, music, and related industries, which are today located all over Buenos Aires. The project envisions a 350 meters-tall mixed-use building (office and hotel), an auditorium for 12,000 people and various film studios. The construction entails restoring existing structures and building new ones. The project is a private public partnership, where the government contributes the land and RIVA is in charge of the development front.

New North Zealand Hospital
City: Hilleroed
Country: Denmark
Submitted by: Capital Region of Denmark (Client)
Developer: The Project Organization “New North Zealand Hospital”
Architect: Herzog & de Meuron + Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects

The healing architecture of New North Zealand Hospital – designed by Herzog & de Meuron – will set new standards in healthcare design and healthcare delivery. With a modest four floors at its highest point, the hospital is designed on a very human scale despite its large size. The soft, organic form of a four-leaf clover connects the many components of the hospital and ensures a feeling of safety as well as efficient flows. To support the healing of each patient the wards will have a view over the green garden in the centre or over the surrounding landscape.

Oxygen Eco-tower
City: Jakarta
Country: Indonesia
Submitted by: Progetto CMR Engineering Integrated Services S.r.l.
Developer: Bimantra Citra (client)
Architect: Progetto CMR
Other: Tecnimont Civil Construction & Permasteelisa Group (project management), Cimolai (construction company) Peia Associati (support interior design concept)

“Oxygen Eco-tower, your villa in the sky”. The design strategy aims at upgrading the traditional concept of villas, through a new residential tower reflecting a sustainable vision that develops upwards, to minimize the use of the soil in high-density cities. “Oxygen Eco-tower” is a residential building of 75 floors, with 161 villas. The concept design is developed from the geometric model of a flower, an organic shape that becomes a reality thanks to the activity of an Italian Team. The project stands out for an eco-friendly approach, which aims to reduce pollution, land use and energy consumption from non-renewable sources.

PAI Fund
City: Bologna
Country: Italia
Submitted by: Prelios SGR
Developer: Prelios Integra
Architect: Thomas Bartoli

Fund PAI, “Parchi Agroalimentari Italiani”, managed by Prelios SGR, is the operating tool for the development and promotion of EatalyWorld / F.I.CO. (Fabbrica Italiana Contadina) project.
The fund is dedicated to the investment in land and real estate assets to be used for projects aimed at integrating diverse fields in the food chain by emphasizing the traditional Italian local excellence and by adopting an innovative format. Starting from 2015, the world’s largest center celebrating the excellence of Italian food. Thanks to uniqueness of the park and its offer integrating “Cultivation”, “Production”, “Sale” and “Restaurants”, the traffic of visitors will be very high since opening in 2015.
The park’s opening will also benefit from Expo 2015 and the synergies that the two events will develop. The goal is to reach 6 million visitors per year, when the park will be fully operational.80.000 sqm for the wide spreading of Italian food and wines culture through the reconstruction of its main production pipelines.

Dakar Congress Center
City: Dakar
Country: Senegal
Submitted by: Tabanlioglu Architects
Developer: Summa Construction
Architect: Tabanlıoğlu Architects : Melkan Gürsel & Murat Tabanlıoğlu

Complex is a natural harbor for presidential meetings providing a serene and secure atmosphere, as in history, kings were crowned beneath the Baobab trees of Senegal. Housing the main conference hall, museum, restaurants, meeting facilities and VIP units, construction joins separate units connected via water and bridges. Union of separate blocks accentuate notions of community’s foundation-creation and harmony-order, in both social and environmental realms. Twisted blades forming the texture of mesh screen behaves like sun-break and grants a shady interior without hindering the accent of transparency. Three-dimensional effect of mesh curtain grants a floating expression over the surrounding reflection pool.

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