LEAF Awards 2014 Event

LEAF Awards Munich, Germany: Competition, Buildings, Architects, Winners, Practices, Event

LEAF Awards

2014 Event in Düsseldorf, Germany + Winning Architects / Buildings / Interiors in 2013

15 Oct 2014

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Photos: Kim Heisterkamp

13 Oct 2014

Announcing the winners of the LEAF Awards 2014

On behalf of LEAF International, the official LEAF Judging panel are delighted to announce the 2014 winners. All winning projects demonstrate buildings that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural and design community.

LEAF International would like to thank all those who entered the Awards and all those who joined us in celebrating on Friday 10th October at the Swissotel, Düsseldorf/Neuss, Germany. We look forward to seeing you all again next year.

Mixed-Use Building of the Year
• Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Esas Aeropark, Istanbul, Turkey

Esas Aeropark in Istanbul

Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy
• studio mk27, P house, Sao Paulo, Brazil

P house, Sao Paulo

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy
• Mount Fuji Architects Studio, Seto, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima

Seto Fukuyama-shi

International Interior Design Award
Sponsored by LAUFEN
• Wilmotte & Associés SA, Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Rijksmuseum interior view
image : Iwan Baan

Commercial Building of the Year
• studio mk27, cultura bookstore, Sao Paulo, Brazil

cultura bookstore, Sao Paulo

Hospitality Building of the Year
• Boogertman + Partners Architects, Steyn City Club House, Johannesburg, South Africa

Steyn City building

Refurbishment of the Year
• CoCo Architecture, BIG Library, Gourdon, France

Public Building of the Year
• O’Donnell + Tuomey / London School of Economics and Political Science, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London, UK

Saw Swee Hock Student Centre in London

Best Sustainable Development of the Year
Sponsored by GIRA
• Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia

One Central Park Sydney building

Best Future Building of the Year – Drawing Board
Sponsored by ABB
• MZ Architects, The Ring House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

The Ring House, Riyadh

Best Future Building of the Year – Under Construction
Sponsored by ABB
• Aedas, Mongkok Residence, Hong Kong

Mongkok Residence, Hong Kong

Special Commendation
• INUCE AG, Dirk U. Moench, Luoyuan Church, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province

Luoyuan Church, Fuzhou City

Urban Design of the Year
• Maisam Architects & Engineers, A Gateway to Petra, Wadi Musa, Jordan

A Gateway to Petra, Wadi Musa

The Overall Winner
• Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia

One Central Park building in Sydney

A special thanks to all of our sponsors who helped put this fantastic event and evening celebration together and to our esteemed judging panel.

1 Oct 2014

LEAF Awards Final Push

LEAF International has been working with our prestigious judging panel in honoring the best new building projects around the world over the last year.

Leaf Awards 2014

Meet the Judges:

Alan Crawford, The Crawford Partnership
Firas Hnoosh, BDP/GENSLER
Carlo Castelli, AECOM
Lev Libeskind, Studio Daniel Libeskind,
Rysia Suchecka, NBBJ,
Božana Komljenovic, Zaha Hadid

Join us at the LEAF Awards to find out ahead of the industry who the winners are! The dinner and ceremony will take place on 10th October at the Swissôtel, Düsseldorf/Neuss, Germany.

Shortlisted projects include high profile architects, contractors, engineers, and developers such as AEDAS, Hopkins, Henning Larsen, Studio Mk27 and many more.

The LEAF Awards will have an audience of more than 100 + leading senior architect figures and will be receiving unprecedented press coverage both at the event and after the event. Press partners include the likes of e-architect, leaf review and many more etc.

This will be a different audience to that of the LEAF Forum and we would like to offer you the opportunity to be part of this wonderful evening of networking and recognition with an opportunity to purchase a number of seat(s) or a table for you and your colleagues.

For the LEAF Awards we are offering the very special price of €224 a seat (usual €280) and for a table 10 €1950 (usual rate €2240)

Places are limited, so book yours now!

Leaf Awards

LEAF Awards 2014 Final Push information / images from the LEAF TEAM

5 Aug 2014

LEAF Awards 2014 Shortlist

10th October 2014, Swissôtel, Düsseldorf/Neuss, Germany

The 11th annual LEAF Awards is pleased to announce its 2014 shortlist of entries. All the projects have covered specific contributions to the buildings and solutions that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural community.

This year’s shortlist includes:

Mixed-Use Building of the Year
• Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Esas Aeropark, Istanbul, Turkey
• CORNELIUS + VÖGE, North Atlantic House, Odense, Denmark

Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy
• studio mk27, P house, Sao Paulo, Brazil
• LETH & GORI, Brick House, Nyborg, Denmark
• CoCo Architecture, Cornilleau House, Cornilleau House, France
• Mount Fuji Architects Studio, Shore House, Manazuru, Kanagawa
• Maisam Architects & Engineers, A Space for a Son, Oakhill, Jordan
• MINARC, Big Little Rock, Iceland

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy
• Mount Fuji Architects Studio, Seto, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima
• PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia
• Makoto Yamaguchi Design Inc. , oggi, Tokyo, Japan

International Interior Design Award
• Wilmotte & Associés SA, Rijksmuseum,Amsterdam, The Netherlands
• WSP Architects, Chansha Kineer International Marketing Exhibition Center, Changsha, Hunan, China
• davidclovers de-Ricou Tower, Repulse Bay, Hong Kong
• Camenzind Evolution, Google Office Campus Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
• Moneo Brock Studio SLP, Museum “Espacio Fundacion Telefonica”, Madrid, Spain

Commercial Building of the Year
• studio mk27, cultura bookstore, Sao Paulo, Brazil
• Aedas, Sandcrawler, Singapore
• Hopkins Architects Partnership LLP, Living Planet Centre, WWF-UK Headquarters, Woking, UK

Hospitality Building of the Year
• Ryuichi Ashizawa Architects & Associates, Ecoton Hotel in Biwa Lake / Sound of Wind, Shiga, Japan
• Boogertman + Partners Architects, Steyn City Club House, Johannesburg, South Africa

Refurbishment of the Year
• CoCo Architecture, BIG Library, Gourdon, France
• ENOTA, Ptuj Performance Center, Ptuj, Slovenia
• Kris Lin, Unlimited Boundary, Infinate Vision, Hangzhou, China

Public Building of the Year
• CoCo Architecture, Noumea University of Human Arts and Sciences, Noumea (New Caledonia)
• Henning Larsen Architects , Moesgaard Museum, Aarhus, Denmark
• O’Donnell + Tuomey / London School of Economics and Political Science, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London, UK

Best Sustainable Development of the Year
• Wilmotte & Associes SA, Allianz-Riviera Stadium, Nice, France
• PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia
• O’Donnell + Tuomey / London School of Economics and Political Science, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London, UK
• MINARC, Ion Luxury Adventure Hotel, Iceland

Best Future Building of the Year – Drawing Board
• MZ Architects, The Ring House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
• Sanjay Puri Architects, Hindu Temple, Rajasthan, India
• Kettle Collective, The Joost Van Der Westhuizen Centre For Neurodegeneration, South Africa

Best Future Building of the Year – Under Construction
• Aedas, Mongkok Residence, Hong Kong
• INUCE AG, Dirk U. Moench, Luoyuan Church, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province

Urban Design of the Year
• Urbanism Planning Architecture,Al Qasim Green University, Babil, Iraq
• A24 Landschaft Landschafts, Mangfall Park, Rosenheim, Bavaria
• SANALarc, Sishane Park, Istanbul, Turkey
• Mola + Winkelmueller, Official Berlin Wall Memorial and Visitors Center, Berlin, Germany
• Maisam Architects & Engineers, A Gateway to Petra, Wadi Musa, Jordan

15 Mar 2014

LEAF Awards 2014

2014 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards in Munich, Germany

In March all clients have access to an EXCLUSIVE offer for entry submissions:
Buy the first entry for £250 instead of £300 and get the second entry for £200 instead of £250!

This offer is valid until the end of March 2014

LEAF Awards 2014, Munich

From April 2014, the price to submit the first entry will be £300 and the price to submit the second entry will be £250.
To register your project entries, please see attached the entry form.

The deadline for all supporting materials is the 6th June 2014.

To reflect the feedback and the varied entries in 2013, we are pleased to announce a new category for the 2014 LEAF Awards:

• Hospitality Building of the Year (NEW)

This award is to celebrate the interior design and structural design of any hospitality building project. Whether it be a hotel, a restaurant, or a bar it will be assessed on the merits of all aspects design within that project. This award is for buildings that have been completed since January 2012 or are due for completion by May 2014.

If you would like further information about the LEAF Awards please visit our website at http://www.arena-international.com/leafawards for more updates or connect with us on twitter @ArchitectAwards

LEAF Awards Munich

LEAF Awards 2014 – external link

LEAF International 2014 – external link

24 Sep 2013

LEAF Awards 2013 Winners

2013 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards

The 10th Annual Emirates Glass LEAF Awards proved to be a huge success attracting a whole host of recognisable faces from the architectural community. The evening took place in the luxurious surroundings of the Four Seasons Park Lane Hotel.

2013 Overall Winner: archi5, Marsan Mediatheque, France
Marsan Mediatheque
photo from architects

The 2013 shortlist included some of the world’s most iconic buildings and designs.

2013 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Winners

– Mixed-Use Building of the Year:
Steven Holl Architects, Sliced Porosity Block – CapitaLand Raffles City, Chengdu, China
Sliced Porosity Block
image : Iwan Baan
Chengdu building complex

– Residential Building of the Year (Single Occupancy):
studiomk27, MM House, Sao Paulo, Brazil
MM House
photo from architects

MM House Sao Paulo
photo from architects

MM House Sao Paulo
photo from architects

– Residential Building of the Year (Single Occupancy):
Yasuhiro Yamashita and Atelier Tekuto, Boundary House, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
Boundary House Chiba Boundary House
photos from architects

– Residential Building of the Year (Multiple Occupancy):
Shinichiro Iwata, M-apartment, Chiba, Japan
M-apartment Chiba M-apartment Chiba
photos from architects

– Commercial Building of the Year:
WSP Architects, Hangzhou Alipay Building, Hangzhou, China
Hangzhou Alipay Building Hangzhou Alipay Building
photos from architects

– International Interior Design Award:
Studio Seilern Architects, Lauenen Residence, Lauenen, Switzerland
Lauenen Residence Lauenen Residence
photos from architects

– Refurbishment of the Year:
Ector Hoogstad Architecten, MetaForum at Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
MetaForum at Eindhoven University of Technology MetaForum Eindhoven
photos © Petra Appelhof

– Public Building of the Year – Culture:
Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Architects, Harpa – Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre, Reykjavik, Iceland
Harpa Building
photo from Henning Larsen Architects
Harpa

– Public Building of the Year – Culture:
archi5, Marsan Mediatheque, Mont de Marsan, France
Marsan Mediatheque
photo from architects

– Public Building of the Year – Transport & Infrastructure:
Oscar Tusquets Blanca and M.N.Metropolitana di Napoli Spa, Toledo Metro Station, Napoli, Italy
Toledo Metro Station
photo : di Luciano Romano

Toledo Metro Station
photo courtesy MN Metropolitana di Napoli spa

– Public Building of the Year – Education & Research:
Henning Larsen Architects, Campus Roskilde, Roskilde, Denmark
Campus Roskilde Campus Roskilde
photos from architects

– Public Building of the Year – Sport:
archi5, Leo Lagrange Stadium, Toulon, France
Leo Lagrange Stadium Leo Lagrange Stadium
photos from architects

– Best Sustainable Development (Environmental):
SKEW Collaborative, Chinese Academy of Sciences IOT Center, Jiading District, Shanghai
Chinese Academy of Sciences IOT Center IOT Center Shanghai
photos from architects

– Best Sustainable Development (Social):
Kaunitz Yeung Architecture, Takara Demonstration School, Takara, Efate Island, Vanuatu
Takara Demonstration School Takara Demonstration School
photos from architects

– Best Sustainable Development (Social):
Yasuhiro Yamashita and Atelier Tekuto, Emergency Supply Warehouse, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan

– Best Future Building – Residential (Drawing Board):
Yasuhiro Yamashita + Kenji Mizukami + Ben Matsuno / TeMaLi Architect, Post-Disaster Public Housing in the city of Kamaishi, Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture
Public Housing in Kamaishi Public Housing Kamaishi
images from architects

– Urban Design Award:
MZ Architects, Valley City – Qatar
Valley City Qatar
image from architect
Valley City

– Lifetime Achievement Award:
Sir Peter Hall
Sir Peter Hall
photos from architects

– 2013 Overall Winner:
archi5, Marsan Mediatheque, Mont de Marsan, France
Marsan Mediatheque
photo from architects

2013 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Special Commendations

– Residential Building of the Year (Single Occupancy):
Adam Knibb Architects, Bluebell Pool House, Crawley, Winchester UK
Bluebell Pool House Crawley
photo from architects

Bluebell Pool House Crawley
photo from architects

– Best Sustainable Development (Environmental):
Make Architects, The Gateway Building, Sutton Bonington, Leicestershire UK
The Gateway Building Sutton Bonington UoN Gateway Building
photos © make architects

– Best Sustainable Development (Environmental):
Wilkinson Eyre Architects, The Crystal, London, UK
Siemens Urban Sustainability Centre London Siemens Urban Sustainability Centre London
images from architect
Siemens Urban Sustainability Centre

– Best Sustainable Development (Social):
Virai Arquitectos, Institutional Winery “La Grajera”, Logrono in La Rioja, Spain
La Grajera Winery Logroño
photograph : Jose Manuel Cutillas
La Grajera en Logroño

– Best Future Building – Culture/Education (Drawing Board):
– scape, MEIS – Museo dell’Ebraismo Italiano e della Shoah, Ferrara, Italy
MEIS Ferrara MEIS Ferrara
photos from architects

– Special Award:
Sellar Property Group, The Shard, London, UK
The Shard
photo from architects

LEAF Awards 2013 – photos from the evening
LEAF Awards 2013
photo from LEAF Awards

LEAF Forum

22 May 2013

LEAF Awards 2013 Shortlist

2013 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Shortlist

Emirates Glass LEAF AWARDS – 2013 Shortlist Revealed!

20th September 2013, London, UK

The tenth Emirates Glass LEAF Awards is pleased to announce its 2013 shortlist of entries. All the projects have covered specific contributions to the buildings and solutions that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural community.

This year’s shortlist includes:

Mixed-Use Building of the Year

• Steven Holl Architects, Sliced Porossity Block – CapitaLand Raffles City, Chengdu, China
• Atkins Global (Future Mixed Use), South Quarter, Jakarta

Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy

• IDO, Kenji Architectural Studio, House in Tamatsu, Tamatsu
• studiomk27, MM house, Sao Paulo. SP. Brazil
• Studio Seilern Architects + Sforza Architects, Gota Residence, East Africa
• Yasuhiro Yamashita/ Atelier Tekuto, Boundary House, Chiba Prefecture, Japan
• Adam Knibb Architects, Bluebell Pool House, Crawley, Nr Winchester

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy

• Shinichiro Iwata, M-apartment, 7-1-1, Miyama, Funabashi-shi, Chiba, Japan
• Oppenheim Architecture + Design, Kirchplatz Office + Residence, Muttenz/Basel, Switzerland

International Interior Design Award

• Scape, Casa B Via Mecenate, Roma, Italy
• Studio Seilern Architects, Lauenen, Switzerland
• Rockwell Group, MiMA, New York, USA
• Wilson Associates, Four Seasons Hotel Pudong, Shanghai, China

Commercial Building of the Year

• studiomk27, R_studio, Sao Paulo. SP. Brazil
• WSP Architects, Hangzhou Alipay Building, Hangzhou, China
• logon, Liaogou River Business Park, Jining, Shangdong Province, China
• peterlorenzateliers, MPREIS Söll, Dorf 140, 6306 Söll, Austria

Refurbishment of the Year

• Ector Hoogstad Architecten, MetaForum at Eindhoven University of Technology, Eindhoven, Netherlands
• Park Associati, La Serenissima Office Building, Milan, Italy
• Architectuur Buro Govaert & Vanhoutte, Design Hotel, Kortryk
• Guarnieri Architects, Eurocentres, 70 Court Road, Eltham, London, UK
• CM Architecture, Dogus Holding Headquarters, Istanbul, Turkey
• Architectuur Buro Govaert & Vanhoutte, Kazematten Ypres, Bollingstraat – Aalmoezenierstraat, Ypres, Belgium

Public Building of the Year – Culture

• Andrea Dragoni Architetto, Extension of Gubbio Cemetery, Gubbio, Italy
• 3XN, The Blue Planet Aquarium, Kastrup, Denmark
• Henning Larsen Architects and Batteriid Architects, Harpa – Reykjavik Concert Hall and Conference Centre, Reykjavik, Iceland
• Wilkinson Eyre Architects, Cooled Conservatories, Gardens By The Bay, Singapore
• archi5, Marsan Mediatheque, Mont de Marsan, France

Public Building of the Year Transport – Infrastructure

• Oscar Tusquets Blanca and M.N.Metropolitana di Napoli Spa, Toledo Metro Station, Napoli, Italy
• Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Bodrum International Airport, Mugla, Turkey

Public Building of the Year – Education/Research

• Make Architects, Thomas Clarkson Academy, Wisbech, Cambridgeshire, UK
• Arup Associates, Coventry University Faculty of Engineering and Computing Building, Coventry, UK
• Henning Larsen Architects, Campus Roskilde, Roskilde, Denmark

Public Building of the Year – Sport

• Make Architects, London 2012 Handball Arena, London
• Archi5, Leo Lagrange Stadium, Toulon, France
• POPULOUS, Leeds Arena, Leeds, Yorkshire, England

Best Sustainable Development in keeping with its Environment & use of Technology Incorporated into a Building

• SKEW Collaborative, Chinese Academy of Sciences IOT Center, Jiading District, Shanghai
• Make Architects, The Gateway Building, Sutton Bonington, Leicestershire Wilkinson Eyre Architects, The Crystal, London, UK
• Kaunitz Yeung Architecture, Takara Demonstration School, Takara, Efate Island, Vanutau
• Yasuhiro Yamashita/ Atelier Tekuto, Emergency Supply Warehouse, Miyagi Prefecture, Japan
• Virai Arquitectos, Institutional Winery “La Grajera”, Logrono, La Rioja (Spain)

Best Future Building

• Aedas (Mixed Use Under Construction), Mixed use development in XiHongmen, Da Xing District, Beijing, PRC
• Scape (Culture / Education), MEIS – Museo dell’Ebraismo Italiano e della Shoah, Ferrara, Italy

Best Future Building – Residential (Drawing Board)

• MZ Architects, Meditation House, Jebaa Village
• Yasuhiro Yamashita + Kenji Mizukami + Ben Matsuno / TeMaLi Architect, Post-Disaster Public Housing in the city of Kamaishi, Kamaishi City, Iwate Prefecture, Japan

Best Future Building – Commercial (Drawing Board)

• MZ Architects, Park Inn Hotel – Riyadh, Riyadh
• Farrow Partnership Architects, Samara Treehouses, Tobermory, Canada

Best Future Building – Commercial (Under Construction)

• Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Selcuk Ecza HQ, Istanbul, Turkey
Sanjay Puri Architects, D Hotel, Lucknow, India

Urban Design

• AWP, Paris CBD La Defense Strategic Masterplan, La Defense, Paris, France
• Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Yenikapi Transfer Point and Archaeo-Park Area, Istanbul, Turkey
• MZ Architects, Valley City – Qatar, Qatar

3 Apr + 28 Mar 2013

LEAF Awards 2013

2013 Emirates Glass LEAF Awards

Deadline for entries was 12 Apr 2013.

LEAF Awards – London, 20 Sep
LEAF Awards 2013

LEAF Awards 2012

Lifetime Achievement in architectural Community award
– Daniel Libeskind
Daniel Libeskind architect
photo of the architect © Michael Klinkhamer Photography
LEAF Awards 2012 Life time Achievement Award winner : Daniel Libeskind

Overall winner for 2012
Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokyo, Japan by Sou Fujimoto Architects
Musashino Art University Museum & Library Building
picture from LA

LEAF Awards Event : article by Karolina Szynalska about the event for e-architect

LEAF Awards 2012
LEAF Awards 2012
photograph from organisers


To see all listed projects on a single map please follow this link.

LEAF Awards Review for 2011

Overall winner for 2011
Milanofiori Residential Complex, Milan, Italy by OBR
Milanofiori Housing
picture from architect

LEAF Awards 2011

e-architect at the LEAF Awards:
LEAF Awards
photo from LEAF Awards

LEAF Awards 2010

LEAF Awards 2010

e-architect was once again a media partner for the LEAF Awards and attended the awards – results for the LEAF Awards listed below, building + architect winners:

The Emirates Glass LEAF Awards Overall Winner

Soccer City Stadium – Boogertman + Partners – “The Melting Pot”
Soccer City Stadium
image : Boogertman Urban Edge and Partners / Populous

LEAF Awards 2009

Qatar Science and Technology Park by Woods Bagot, architects
Qatar Science and Technology Park building
photo from LEAF Awards

LEAF Award Winners 2009 : Photos of the award winners

LEAF Awards 2009 : Press Release

LEAF International – Forum

LEAF Awards 2008

LEAF Award Winners 2008

LEAF Awards 2008 Winner : Performers House Denmark
Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects

LEAF Awards 2008 Young Architect of the Year Award
Xavier Vilalta Sabartés

Stirling Prize

Pritzker Prize Architects

RIBA Awards

Comments / photos for the LEAF Awards London page welcome

LEAF Awards – page

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