MIPIM AR Future Projects Award

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The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Awards is an award program for unbuilt or incomplete projects spanning across eight categories. It is organised and awarded annually by the MIPIM in cooperation with the monthly international magazine Architectural Review. The awards have been running since 2002 and take place at MIPIM, the international property market in Cannes.[1]

Winners[edit]

2016[edit]

[2] OVERALL WINNER
Project: Astana railway station
Architect: Tabanlıoğlu Architects

CULTURAL REGENERATION AWARD
Project: The Three Cultural Centers and One Book Mall complex, Shenzhen, China
Architect: Mecanoo Architects

SUSTAINABILITY PRIZE
Project: Skyfarm
Architect: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners

RETAIL AND LEISURE PRIZE
Project: Spa Complex
Architect: GPY Arquitectos

SPORTS AND STADIUMS
Project: UFCSPA Campus Igara, Porto Alegre, Brazil
Architect: OSPA Arquitetura e Urbanismo

OLD AND NEW
Project: Bispebjerg Hospital, Denmark
Architect:CF Moller

RESIDENTIAL
Project: Liaisons, China
Architect: MOB Architects

MIXED-USE PRIZE
Project: Reinvent Paris
Architect: NBBJ

REGENERATION AND MASTERPLANNING
Project: Dune City
Architect: SAS Studio

JEU d'ESPRIT PRIZE
Project: A Rare Office, Roro, Sweden
Architect:

2011[edit]

OVERALL WINNER
Project: Musheireb - Heart of Doha, Qatar
Architect: Mossessian & Partners

SUSTAINABILITY
Project: Zero Carbon Emission Building, Shanghai, China
Architect: Arup Associates

BIG URBAN PROJECTS
Project: Sino Swedish Eco-City, Wuxi, China
Architect: Tengbom Architects, Jeremy Thompson, Stellan Fryxell, Anna Kerr

MIXED USE
Project: Musheireb - Heart of Doha, Qatar
Architect: Mossessian & Partners

OFFICES
Project: Inland Steel Building Renovation, Chicago, IL, USA
Architect: Stephen Apking, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

REGENERATION AND MASTERPLANNING
Project: The Earls Court Project, Earls Court, London, UK
Architect: Terry Farrell & Partners

RESIDENTIAL
Project: Skyline Paris, France
Architect: Pangalos Dugasse Feldmann Architectes

RETAIL AND LEISURE
Project: New Siena Stadium, Siena, Italy
Architect: Iotti + Pavarani Architetti, Marazzi Architetti with Arch.Giovanni Cenna

TALL BUILDINGS
Project: Cluster Complex, Dubai, UAE
Architect: Denton Corker Marshall

2009[edit]

OVERALL WINNER
Project: 360° Building, São Paulo, Brazil
Architect: Isay Weinfeld Arquitetura

BIG URBAN PROJECTS
Project: Magok Waterfront, Seoul, South Korea
Architect: Samoo Architects & Engineers

MIXED USE
Project: Holbaek Harbour Masterplan and DGI-byen Sports and Leisure Complex, Holbaek Municipality, Denmark
Architect: schmidt hammer lassen

OFFICES
Project: Double Jew & Archipel, Lyons, France
Architect: Odile Decq Benoit Cornette Architects

REGENERATION AND MASTERPLANNING
Project: Valladolid Masterplan, Spain
Architect: Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners with Vidal y Asociados Arquitectos

RESIDENTIAL
Project: 360° Building São Paulo, Brazil
Architect: Isay Weinfeld Arquitetura

RETAIL AND LEISURE
Project: Timber Stadium, Anywhere Architect: de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects

TALL BUILDINGS
Project: Kempinski Hotel & Residences, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
Architect: Perkins+Will

SUSTAINABILITY
Project: 100,000 Euro House, Turin, Italy
Architect: MCA Mario Cucinella Architects

Project: Arpa Offices, Ferrara, Italy
Architect: MCA Mario Cucinella Architects

2008[edit]

OVERALL WINNER
Project: Al Hamra Firdous Tower, Kuwait City, Kuwait Firm/Practice: Gary Haney, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, USA

SUSTAINABILITY
Project: Alamoot Village, Qazvin Province, Iran
Firm/Practice: Somayeh Rokhgireh and Ali Pooladi-Arte sara company

REGENERATION AND MASTERPLANNING
Project: Alamoot Village, Qazvin Province, Iran
Firm/Practice: Somayeh Rokhgireh and Ali Pooladi

RETAIL & LEISURE
Project: Hilton Development, Wroclaw, Poland
Firm/Practice: Gottesman Szmelcman Architecture with Broadway Malyan Polska, Warsaw

RESIDENTIAL
Project: Group Housing, Greater Noida, India
Firm/Practice: FXFOWLE/Sudhir Jambhekar, FXFOWLE International, USA

BIG URBAN PROJECTS
Project: Media and Cultural City, Tripoli, Libya
Firm/Practice: Astudio, UK

OFFICES
Project: Amazon Court, Prague, Czech Republic
Firm/Practice: Schmidt Hammer Lassen, Denmark

TALL BUILDINGS
Project: Al Hamra Firdous Tower, Kuwait City, Kuwait
Firm/Practice: Gary Haney, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, USA

MIXED USE Project: St Boltoph's Cultural Quarter, Colchester, UK
Firm/Practice: Ash Sakula Architects, UK

2006[edit]

Overall winner
Project: Doha Gardens, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Architect: Nabil Gholam Architecture

MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITIES
Project: Doha Gardens, Al Khobar, Saudi Arabia
Architect: Nabil Gholam Architecture

RETAIL & LEISURE
Project: Zlote Tarasay, Warsaw, Poland
Architect: The Jerde Partnership

RESIDENTIAL
Project: Nordhavnen-Residences, Nordhavnen, Copenhagen, Denmark
Architect: 3XN

BIG URBAN PROJECTS
Project: Fulton Street Transit Center, New York, USA
Architect: Grimshaw

OFFICES
Project: Savings Bank 'Middelfart', Algade 69, Middelfart, Denmark
Architect: 3XN

TALL BUILDINGS
Project: The Met, South Sathorn Road, Bangkok, Thailand
Architect: WOHA Architects

LOCAL REVITALISATION
Project: Revitalisation of the European Village, The New Garden Village
Architect: Arkitekturavaerkstedet/landskabsvaerkstedet

INNOVATION
Project: Bridging The Rift Research Facility, Wadi Araba, Israel /Jordan Border
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

2005[edit]

Residential:
Project: 'City for all ages' in Copenhagen
Architect: 3XN[3]

Retail
Project: Citroën showroom in Paris
Architect: Manuelle Gautrand[4]

2003[edit]

In 2003 the category winners were:[5]
Overall winners:
Project: Swiss Re
Architect: Foster + Partners

Project:: Sydney Harbour Moving Image Centre Architect: Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp

See also[edit]

List of architecture prizes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2009". Architectural Review. Retrieved 2009-09-16. 
  2. ^ http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/in-pictures-35809951
  3. ^ "3XN Architects". ap. Retrieved 2009-00-20.  Check date values in: |access-date= (help)
  4. ^ "Manuelle Gautrand". Arquitectura en Red. Retrieved 2009-09-20. 
  5. ^ "AR's MIPIM prizes at Cannes". The Free Library. Retrieved 2009-09-03.