LEAF Awards 2009: Shortlist, Winning Architects

LEAF Awards, 2009, Competition, Entries, Buildings, Winners, Practices, Event

LEAF International Award

Shortlist – Winning Architects : Leading European Architects Forum

5 Sep 2009

LEAF Award 2009

Overall Winner of The Emirates Glass LEAF Award, 5th September 2009:

Qatar Science and Technology Park by Woods Bagot
Qatar Science and Technology Park building

LEAF Award Winners 2009 : Photos of the Recipients
LEAF Awards

LEAF Awards 2009 : Press Release

LEAF Award Winners 2009

LEAF Mixed Use Building of the Year Award Shortlist:

Shanghai World Financial Center
Design: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates PC (KPF)

7800 Çesme Residences & Hotel – Winner
Design: EAA-Emre Arolat Architects

O-Central
Design: Space Craft Architects

LEAF Residential Building of the Year Award Multiple Occupancy Shortlist:

Multiple Independence
Design: driendl*architects

Alif Breeze
Design: Shatotto Architecture For Green Living

Ninetree Village – Winner
Design: David Chipperfield Architects, Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH

LEAF Residential Building of the Year Award Single Occupancy Shortlist:

OUTrial House
Design: Kwk Promes

House in Takanohara II
Design: Kenji Tagashira

Paraty House – Winner
Design: Marcio Kogan

LEAF Commercial Building of the Year Award Shortlist:

Media House for Danish Broadcasting Corporation
Design: Dissing+Weitling

Qatar Science and Technology Park – Winner (link at top of this page)
Design: Woods Bagot

10 Eastbourne Terrace
Design: Fletcher Priest Architects

LEAF International Interior Design of the Year Award Shortlist:

Porsche Museum Building
Design: HG Merz

The Slide Loft
Design: Ben Hansen Architect

BMW Museum – Winner
Design: Atelier Brückner

LEAF Young Architect Award Shortlist:

Hanko Ice Cream Kiosk
Design: Satoshi Ohtaki + Helsinki University of Technology

Hind House – Winner
Design: John Pardey Architects

Eyes Wide Shut
Design: Feix & Merlin Architects

RIN 21
Design: Marc Mogas Bartomeu

LEAF Best Sustainable Development Award Shortlist:

E3
Design: Kaden Klingbeil Architekten

Blue Planet, Chatterley Valley – Winner
Design: Chetwoods Architects

European Investment Bank (EIB)
Design: ingenhoven architects

Citi Data Centre, Frankfurt
Design: Arup Associates

LEAF Master Planning & Landscaping Award Shortlist:

Finding Place of the Nebra Sky Disc
Design: club L94 LandschaftsArchitekten with HolzerKobler Architekturen

Wieringen Passage – Winner
Design: Strootman Landscape Architects

Castle Hill
Design: Space Craft Architects / S333 / Proctor & Matthews

LEAF Public Building of the Year Award Shortlist:

Zaragoza Bridge Pavilion
Design: Zaha Hadid Architects

Wexford Opera House
Design: Office of Public Works in Ireland with Keith Williams Architects

La Cisnera Community Centre Building – Winner
Design: gpy arquitectos

Neues Museum
Design: David Chipperfield Architects, Gesellschaft von Architekten mbH

Westmeath County Council Civic Offices
Design: Bucholz McEvoy Architects Ltd

LEAF Best Structural Design of the Year Award Shortlist:

Glass Staircase in the National Bank of Denmark
Design: Dissing+Weitling

Spencer Dock Bridge – Winner
Design: Amanda Levete Architects

Stadthaus Building
Design: Waugh Thisleton Architects

The LEAF Award 2009 winners were announced in Berlin on 4 Sep 2009

LEAF International – Forum

Paris Hilton with last year’s overall award winners, Schmidt Hammer Lassen
Paris Hilton

Following the success of last year’s event which took place in London, the 2009 LEAF Awards, now in their sixth year, move to Berlin, Germany where it has attracted a record number of entries from around the world.

LEAF Awards

Last year’s host, Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen
Lawrence Llewelyn Bowen

The awards are open to individuals and organisations that have made an outstanding contribution to the world of architecture. Previous winners have included Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects, Zaha Hadid, David Copperfield, SOM, Steven Holl and Terry Farrell.

LEAF Awards winners from 2008
LEAF Awards winners LEAF Awards winners

Last year’s LEAF Awards dinner
LEAF Awards LEAF Awards LEAF Awards dinner

LEAF Forum

Date: 2 – 4 Sep 2009
Venue: InterContinental
Location: Berlin, Germany

The 8th annual Leading European Architects Forum (LEAF) is for the first time hosting an exhibition and conference programme, free to the public, alongside this established event. The exhibition will feature over numerous exhibitors showcasing their products and services to the international LEAF audience. The LEAF Forum will run concurrently with the exhibition in its traditional format of one-to-one business meetings.

Jurgen Mayer, one of the world’s top architects, is attending this year’s LEAF event and will deliver the opening address. Mayer will be one of the many high profile speakers at LEAF International where the main focus of this year’s event will be on sustainable development and its application through sustainable construction within the industry.

Mathias Häußler of ENERGATE will lead a presentation on ‘Passive Housing – Delivering a quality of life’. Also, Professor Henn’s from Henn Architekten will provide an insightful talk on ‘Social Sustainability’ plus many more.

The LEAF Exhibition will provide a cutting edge conference programme. In these uncertain times the focus will be on:

– how architects and designers are dealing with the economic downturn
– how to survive in a recession
– the future of young architects
– factors to consider when selecting a supplier
– market predictions for 2010 and beyond

as well as a Q&A session which will reveal how, in light of the uncertain economic climate, construction companies procurement and business needs are changing.

For further information contact Simona Kastly at leafmarketing@spgmedia.com

To book a free place at the LEAF Forum visit www.leaf-forum.com

Location: Berlin, Germany




LEAF Award Archive

LEAF Awards 2010

LEAF Awards 2008

LEAF Awards 2011

Architecture Awards

Stirling Prize

Pritzker Prize Architects

RIBA Awards

Berlin Architectural Photos

Comments / photos for the LEAF Awards 2009 page welcome

Website: www.designbuild-network.com

Interiors

Website: Building