AR Awards 2015: Architectural Review

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AR Awards 2015

Architectural Review Prize for Workplace Buildings : International Design

24 Nov 2015

Architectural Review Awards 2015

AR Awards 2015 – Architectural Review

Enter and receive coverage in the AR worth £50,000

The Architectural Review is seeking exceptional workplace buildings completed in the last 5 years – from large scale offices and factories to live/work projects and small scale refurbishments across the globe.

Entry deadline: 27 November – enter now

Price to enter: £375 + VAT

Discount available for small practices – see below for further details

AR Awards 2015: Architectural Review

Why enter:

• The AR will create a mini film for the winner to be hosted on the AR’s various digital channels and available for practice use. View the AR Schools film here.
• The winner will be featured in a full building study in the AR in print and online, reaching an international readership of 60,000.
• The finalists will also be highlighted by the AR with special coverage online. See the AR House coverage here.
• Have your work validated by the AR and our esteemed judges including Manuelle Gautrand, Sanjay Puri and John McAslan.
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Reduced entry rate available for small practices:

Practices with 10 or fewer employees are eligible for a 50% discount on awards entry fees. Practices from developing economies may also qualify. To claim your discount please contact francesca.verdusco@emap.com or call +4420 3033 2660.

ENTRIES OPEN: October 2015
ENTRIES CLOSE: November 2015 ENTRIES OPEN: December 2015
ENTRIES CLOSE: January 2016 ENTRIES OPEN: February 2016
ENTRIES CLOSE: April 2016


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Architecture Awards

MIPIM AR Future Project Awards AR Awards 2015

AR Awards for Emerging Architecture

MIPIM Asia Awards
MIPIM Asia Awards 2010 winner
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MIPIM Asia Awards 2010

MIPIM AR Future Project Awards News

MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2013

2013 Sport & Stadiums Winner – Estádio do Maracanã (Rio de Janeiro) by Daniel H. Fernandes in Brazil:
Maracana in Rio de Janeiro
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2013 Overall Winner – Skidmore Owings and Merrill’s Breathing Tower in China:
Breathing Tower
image © SOM | MIR

2013 Winner – Retail – Autopia, Istanbul by Gokhan Avcioglu & Dara Kirmizitoprak:
Autopia Istanbul
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Entries will be assessed by an international jury chaired by Paul Finch, Editorial Director, The Architectural Review & The Architects’ Journal.

2013 Winner – Stadia – Sports and Leisure – Doha City Tennis Stadium by Arup Associates:
Doha City Tennis Stadium
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2013 Winner – Sanjay Puri – Leisure Winner – D Hotel, Lucknow, India, designed by Sanjay Puri2:
D Hotel Lucknow
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5 Feb 2013

MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Winners in 2013

11th Annual MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards Winners

Skidmore Owings and Merrill’s ‘Breathing Tower’, a landmark 75 story building in Wujiang, China, has been awarded both the coveted Overall Winner prize and the Tall Buildings category accolade, in the eleventh annual MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards competition.

Breathing Tower – aka Greenland Group Suzhou Center:
Breathing Tower
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Breathing Tower:
Breathing Tower China
image © SOM | MIR

MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Past Winners

Girrasol Building – Overall Winner of the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2012
Girrasol Building
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‘Musheireb – Heart of Doha’ – Overall Winner of the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2011
Heart of Doha
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Al Barahat Square

One New Change – Overall Winner of the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2010
One New Change London
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One New Change

Brit Insurance Design Awards

American Architecture Awards

Stirling Prize

RIBA Gold Medal Award

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