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24 Sep 2013

LEAF Awards 2013 Event

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The venue – Four Seasons Park Lane Hotel, Mayfair, London:
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Architectural historian Jon Wright & landscape architect Juliet Hutt representing e-architect on the night:
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Photos of the some of the guests:
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19 Aug 2013

LEAF Awards 2013 Shortlist

LEAF Interior Design Awards 2013 – Shortlist Revealed

Friday 18th October 2013, Berlin, Germany

19th August 2013 – Arena International’s launch event, LEAF Interior Design Awards is pleased to announce the 2013 shortlist of entries with Headline Sponsors Interface and Quarella.

The shortlist includes:

Sustainable Interior Design of the Year Award
Sponsor: Interface

• IDFL architecture & design, DER STANDARD NEWSROOM, Vienna, Austria
• Debolon Dessauer Bodenbelage, Georges-Freche School of Hotel Management, Montpellier, France
• Valcucine, New Logica System
• PAD Studio Ltd, The Exbury Egg, Beaulieu River, UK
• Camenzind Evolution, Google Office Tel Aviv, Israel
• SKEW Collaborative, Wulumuqi Road Apartment, Shanghai, China
• NDYLIGHT, Centrum Cerny Most Shopping Mall, Prague, Czech Republic

Best Use of Space Award
Sponsor: Quarella

• Ector Hoogstad Architecten, Office Imd Rotterdam, 77 Piekstraat, Rotterdam
• Oscar Tusquets Blanca and M.N.Metropolitana di Napoli Spa, Toledo Metro Station, Napoli Italy
• Sanjay Puri Architects, Saffron Bay, Mumbai, India
• Hawkins/Brown, London South Bank University, Borough Road, Southwark, London
• Deere Design, The Wave, Geneva, Switzerland
• ingenhoven architects, HDI-Gerling, Hanover, Hanover, Germany
• Studio Myerscough, The Movement Café, Greenwich, London, UK
• Air Architecture, The Smithy, Anstruther, Anstruther, Fife
• PAD Studio Ltd, The Exbury Egg, Beaulieu River, UK
• Giorgio Borruso Design, CARLO PAZOLINI Venice, Venice, Italy
• Space Group Architects, Shoreditch Church Penthouse, London, UK
• Haverkamp Interior Design, O-Hotel Shenzen, China
• Terra e Tuma Associated Architects, Maracanã House, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Hospitality Building of the Year Award

• Takashi Fujii, Nikken Space Design, Koyoto Century Hotel, Kyoto, Japan
• Sanjay Puri Architects, The Chrome, Kolkatta, India
• Eklego Design, Oobe, Shmeisani District, Amaan, Jordan
• Claudio Silvestrin Arquitects, Oblix Restaurant, The Shard, London, UK
• De Matos Ryan Christopher’s, London, UK
• Network of Architecture Hotel Panorama, Caldaro, Italy
• Slade Architecture, Virgin Atlantic JFK Clubhouse, New York, USA

Energy Efficient Design of the Year Award

• Goring & Straja Studio, Autodesk Headquarter, Via Tortona 37, Milan, Italy
• NDYLIGHT, Centrum Cerny Most Shopping Mall, Prague, Czech Republic
• Thorn Lighting, Hi-Pak Pro LED

Residential Building of the Year Award

• Hirokazu Omi Nikken Space Design, The Roppongi Tokyo, 3-7-1, Roppongi, Minato-Ku, Tokyo
• studiomk27, V4 House, Sao Paolo, SP, Brazil
• Claudio Silvestrin Arquitects, P Apartment, Avenue Montaigne, Paris, France
• IDO, KENJI ARCHITECTURAL STUDIO, House in Tamatsu, Osaka, Japan
• Studio Symbiosis, Undulating Living, Delhi, India

Public Building of the Year Award

• dan pearlman Markenarchitektur GmbH, Youtopia, Ravensburg, Germany
• INNOCAD Architektur ZT GmbH, Rolling Stones, Graz, Austria
• Michael W. Folonis Architects, 16th Street Outpatient Surgery & Oncology Center, California, USA
• HOF, Borgobello Puppet Theatre, Perugia, Italy
• Mecanoo architecten b.v, Fontys Sports College, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
• Gow Hastings Architects Inc, Robarts Library, Toronto, Canada

Commercial Building of the Year Award
Sponsor: Thrislington Cubicles

• Arep, Paris Saint Lazare, Paris
• IGLO Architects, P Block, Istanbul, Turkey
• Nikken Space Design, Sumitomo Mitsui Banking Corporation, Shukugawa Branch, Nishinomiya City, Hyogo, Japan
• One Plus Partnership Limited, Wuhan Pixel Box Cinema, Wuhan, China
• INNOCAD Architektur ZT GmbH, HQ Microsoft Vienna, Vienna, Austria
• Moriyuki Ochiai Architects/Two Plus-A, ARKHE Beauty Salon, Chiba, Japan
• LYCS Architecture, LYCS Architecture Office Design, Hangzhou, Zhejiang, China
• HASSELL, Clemenger BBDO, Sydney, Australia
• Vallo Sadovsky Architects, WBP Online Company Branch in Bratislava, Bratislava Slovakia
• Matt Fajkus Architecture, LLC, FASHION[ING] OBJECTS, Texas, USA
• Gow Hastings Architects Inc, Executive Medical Clinic, Toronto, Canada

The LEAF Interiors Design Awards will be an integral part of the LEAF International Forum. The winners will be announced in a grand event on the final evening of Friday 18th October, 2013, Berlin, Germany.

For more information on the LEAF Interior Design Awards, please visit: http://www.arena-international.com/leaf/interior-design-awards-2013/

Previously:

LEAF Awards 2013 – News

Global Architecture Prize

LEAF Awards Judges

Lucy Bullivant – CHAIR
Leanne Tritton – ING Media
Paolo Brescia – OBR
Phil Holden – Pascall & Watson
Michel Mossessian
Enric Ruiz Geli – Cloud9
Bozana Komljenovic – Zaha Hadid Architects

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LEAF Awards Categories

International Building of the Year 2013
The LEAF Award will be chosen from the shortlisted winners to recognize the project that represents the best architecture in 2013.

Mixed – Use Building of the year
The LEAF Mixed Use Building of the Year award recognizes projects that combine both residential and commercial functions. This award is for buildings that have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.

Residential Building of the year – Single Occupancy and Multiple
The LEAF Residential Building of the Year award recognizes projects that are specifically used for residential purposes. Divided into two parts – Single Occupancy and Multiple Occupancy, this award is for buildings that have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.

International Interior Design Award
This Award focuses on interior design for either a new build residential project or a new residential refurbishment project completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.

Commercial Building of the year
The LEAF Commercial Building of the Year award recognizes projects that are specifically used for commercial purposes. These awards are for buildings that have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.

Refurbishment of the year
Refurbishment of the year is to highlight the best new concept of an existing building. The award encompasses interior design, building use and creative use of materials & space to highlight change within an exciting building. This award will look at refurbishments completed since January 2011 – March 2013

Young Architect of the year
This award celebrates up-and-coming architects. To qualify, architects must have no more than five years of post qualification experience. This is a self-nominating category.

Public Building of the year
The LEAF Public Building of the Year award recognizes projects that are specifically used for public purposes and private purposes. These cam include but are not limited too museums, sports stadia, healthcare, industrial and educational buildings. These awards are for buildings that have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.

1. Sport
2. Health
3. Transport – Infrastructure
4. Culture
5. Education/Research

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

This award focuses on how well a particular development takes its environment into consideration and how well it integrates and enhances the environment in which it is set. This includes not only buildings but also master planning and landscaping. Looking at how an architectural development enhances or works with its environment. This can include the how well a project integrates into the built/urban surroundings or how well it integrates into a more natural setting. Projects can be either new build or refurbishments/redevelopments which have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.
The second part of this award focuses on innovation relating to the durable and efficient use of materials, technology and effective energy consumption in a new or refurbished building. All projects must have been completed since January 2011 or are due for completion by March 2013.
1. Environmental
2. Social

Best Future Building
This is a new award that celebrates innovative thinking and approaches to design for building concepts or projects yet to be built. Entries into Future building category should comprise of projects on the drawing board, or under construction, illustrated in their context.

Drawing Board:
1. Residential
2. Culture – Education
3. Commercial (Leisure, Office, Shopping, Hospitality)
4. Public ( Sport, Health)
5. Infrastructure

Under Construction:
1. Residential
2. Culture – Education
3. Commercial ( Leisure, Office, Shopping, Hospitality)
4. Public (Sport, Health)
5. Infrastructure

Urban Design
The LEAF Urban Design Project of the Year Award recognises projects for the design of public places, including landscape projects, which have been completed between January 2011 and March 2013.

Lifetime Achievement of the Year
This is a new award that recognizes a person for service to the architectural Community and their body of work.

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Military History Museum Dresden
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