Discover the MIPIM Awards 2021 Winners
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Cyprus International University Masterplan
Nicosia, Northern Cyprus
Developer: Levent Group
Cyprus International University (CIU) is growing — both in size and in aspiration. Located near the country’s capital, Nicosia, the university has ambitious plans to increase its students from 17,000 to 24,000 by 2022. Arup was invited to develop a masterplan to guide and deliver its growth plans, considering its future academic and social needs. Arup has worked with the client since 2017, first developing a vision, then advising on its implementation.
Clinique CHC MontLégia general hospital
Developer: Le Groupe santé CHC
Architect: ASSAR ARCHITECTS / ARTAU ARCHITECTURES
Other: GREISCH (Structural Engineers), TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING (Building services)
The Clinique CHC MontLégia is a general hospital with 764 inpatient beds and 155 outpatient spaces. The hospital had two key priorities that shaped the way the new site would be organised: distinguish the mother and child department from general hospital services, and make sure that hospital care is side-by-side with the medical-technical departments. The masterplan for the site also provides an opportunity to develop a business park connected to healthcare – which is already under progress – and to create an eco-village comprising a completed 135-room home for seniors and more than 350 housing units which are still to be developed.
Club Med La Rosière
La Rosière, France
Developer: Club Med
Other: JMV Jean-Marc Villot (Interior Designer)
The latest project of the group Club Med La Rosière – French Alps, is a symbol of the resilience of Club Med in the face of a crisis like Covid-19. The project, delivered on time and budget in November 2020, despite the restrictions, was scheduled to receive its first clients in June 2021. The ski-in ski-out resort is perched at 1,900 metres on the Balcony of La Tarentaise and is designed as a chic and intimate Savoyan experience, featuring 398 rooms, two restaurants and several bars, indoor and outdoor pools and a 650 sq m branded spa.
P4 - Pole Paris Pantin Pré-Saint-Gervais
Sogaris has developed P4, a pioneering model of a small and tailor-made logistics asset, dedicated to green last-mile deliveries. Redeveloping an urban wasteland under the Parisien ring-road, between Pantin and Paris, this less than 800 sq m, temperature-controlled site has been developed according to a removable and reusable design philosophy. Just like logistics hotels, such as Chapelle International, P4 belongs to this new generation of real estate projects intended to reintegrate logistics into the city, thanks to their high architectural and environmental qualities. The P4 site provides for 681 sq m urban logistics and 117 sq m dedicated to local retail.
Developer: White Star Real Estate
Investor: Tristan Capital Partners and White Star Real Estate
Architect: APA Wojciechowski, Belotto Design and VSF-Creative
Elektrownia Powiśle is a unique mixed-use project that comprises a leisuretainment retail centre, three office buildings, apartments and a hotel. The revitalised pre-war power plant has been restored to create a unique retail space, surrounded by greenery and open public piazzas. The Elektrownia Powiśle retail offer includes well known international brands (Urban Outfitters, American Vintage, Weekday, COS), best-in-class local brands, Polish designers, pop-up and concept stores. With over 20 culinary concepts including a Food Hall and restaurants, Elektrownia takes Warsaw’s culinary offer to a higher level. The Beauty Hall is the first of its kind in Poland, providing over 300 beauty treatments.
London, United Kingdom
Developer: AXA IM Alts & Lipton Rogers Developments
Architect: PLP Architecture
Other: Multiplex (Main Contractor)
22 Bishopsgate is Europe’s first vertical village. AXA IM - Real Assets, with Lipton Rogers and architects PLP Architecture, set out to achieve a people-first approach to designing a building that enhances daily working lives. The UK’s first shell and core building registered under the International WELL Building Institute’s WELL Building Standard, it is rated WiredScore Platinum for wired infrastructure, resilience and wireless networking, accredited with an EPC A Rating and was awarded BREEAM Excellent for sustainability. Accommodating 12,000 occupiers and visitors, plus 129,000 sq m of office and amenity space, 22 Bishopsgate now sets the standard for office development.
Architect: Dubuisson Architecture
7 Madrid is a success, from its innovative acquisition process to its ambitious transformation and early pre-letting to WeWork. This former 19th century Jesuit college has metamorphosed into a vibrant and central workplace that inspires a return to the office by focusing on end-users’ needs, with new services and spaces that promote collective intelligence and wellbeing; adopting an environmentally-responsible approach, with 1,000 sq m of green spaces, eco-materials and renewable energy production; and reconnecting to the city through its open architecture, illustrated by its magnificent rooftop glass atrium. The mission is to empower shared human experiences at the heart of sustainable spaces.
Kogens Lyngby, Denmark
Developer: BaseCamp Student
Architect: Lars Gitz Architects, Kragh & Berglund (Landscape Designer)
Other: Studio Aisslinger (Interior Designer)
BaseCamp Lyngby is a socially interacting super structure that functions as a sustainable shared living community for 900 students, PhD students and senior citizens. The organic structure is inspired by the surrounding green area and a desire to bring people closer to nature, motivating them to interact with it and with one another. It is a social organism designed to be a catalyst for bringing people of all ages together for social interaction, as well as quiet immersion. Unexpected and surprising elements and views of the landscape incorporate poetry and spirituality into the architecture.
Adana Town Center
Developer: Esas Gayrimenkel
The Adana Town Center is an integrated retailtainment project combining a series of dynamic spaces that offer a variety of experiences, resulting in a truly unique destination. With a concept design that was created with the community in mind, Adana Town Center is more than a shopping mall, it’s a refreshing new village area for locals and visitors. Bringing such a space to life calls for maximum flexibility and adaptability, which was achieved by creating a multitude of spaces for events and attractions. These public venues will allow the project to continuously evolve and add value over time.
Changi Airport Connector
Developer: Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd
Architect: Changi Airport Group (Singapore) Pte Ltd
The Changi Airport Connector is a cycling and jogging path that connects Singapore’s award-winning Changi Airport with nearby residential precincts and the city centre. Previously linked only by freeways, residents can now enjoy a new recreational destination, while staff can make healthier commutes to work. The development comprises three components: Hub & Spoke, a pit-stop facility housing amenities including a cafe, bicycle rental and garden showers; a 3.5 km path lined with views of the runways and various outdoor gardens; and Changi Jurassic Mile, a 1 km experiential segment with life-sized dinosaur installations complete with audio-visual effects to enthral visitors.
Moloy Comune, Norway
Developer: Miris AS
Architect: Ivaylo Lefterov (SVART Development Director), Jan Mathisen Gunner (CEO), Space Copenhagen (Interior Designer), Snohetta (phase 1 Concept Design Architects)
Svart will be the world's first energy-positive hotel, located close to the Svartisen glacier, north of the Arctic Circle and it is a three-phase project. The design is low-impact, with its construction based on local materials to the furthest extent possible. Svart is subject to rigid sustainability criteria and is to become 100% self-sustainable and completely off-grid within five years — independent from the power grid, complete with its own waste management and recycling system. It is important to note that this will not compromise the fragile and pristine nature of the area.
London, United Kingdom
Developer: Grosvenor Britain & Ireland
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Other: Arup (Landscape Architect), Cottrell and Vermeulen (School Architect), AKT II (Structural Engineer), WSP (Structural Engineer), TTP (Sustainability Consultant), Hilson Moran (MEP), Arup Infrastructure (MEP), WSP (Transport Consultant), Gerald Eve (Planning Consultant), Plomp (Visualiser)
This project is a build-to-rent neighbourhood that meets local priorities for jobs and homes that will revitalise the area, encourage enterprise, and re-establish Bermondsey as a thriving economic hub delivering a lasting social and economic legacy. The striking contemporary design is infused with history and well-integrated with the wider area. The masterplan focuses on wellbeing, with excellent living conditions, a lively and varied public realm and shared outdoor amenity space that will foster stronger communities. The development is being built to stretching standards to meet the climate emergency, utilising retrofit and materials innovation to achieve net zero targets.
Gare Maritime, Belgium
Developer: Extensa Group NV
Architect: Neutelings Riedijk Architecten (Rotterdam, NL), Bureau Bouwtechniek (Brussels, BE)
Other: Engineering offices Ney & Partners (Brussels, BE), Boydens engineering (Brussels, BE), Vibrations Engineering & Acoustics Consulting – Venac (Brussels, BE), Fire Protection Consultants – FPC (Antwerp, BE) I General contractor MBG (Antwerp, BE)
The Gare Maritime, within the Tour & Taxis site, was historically part of one of the biggest logistical multimodal platforms, and itself one of the largest covered goods train stations in the world. It has been redeveloped to become a permanent exchange platform in Brussels for creative people to experience year-round. This covered neighbourhood is a model of sustainability and circular construction, with 12 office and retail pavilions made from responsibly sourced wood developed around an extensive open, but covered, central space enabling events, markets, concerts, a Food Hall and much more. The Gare Maritime is like a covered city.