MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2019 News, Buildings Projects, Cannes Property Design, Image
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards in Cannes, France
25 Nov 2018
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2019
Enter before 30 November 2018
There are now only seven days left to put your innovative concepts in front of our international judging panel and gain the global recognition you deserve.
The MIPIM/Architectural Review Future Project Awards are the only international awards that exclusively celebrate excellence in unbuilt or incomplete work.
The awards don’t just focus on design, but how these future projects will contribute to their wider location. Below are a few tips on what the judges will be looking for, to help you create a successful entry.
What makes an award-winner?
- An innovative project that impresses the judges with quality of design and ideas.
- A project that will become a cherished part of its setting.
- A design which benefits its location as well as its users.
- Well-designed presentation boards that do justice to the project submitted.
The AR Future Project Awards are open to all, and judged on architectural merit in the fullest sense. View the 12 categories available to enter.
Enter now for the chance to put your practice on the international stage as an architectural front-runner at MIPIM Cannes. All entries are published in the official AR MIPIM Future Projects catalogue, which is available free to all MIPIM delegates – Click to view a sample of last year’s catalogue. PLUS all winners receive one free pass to MIPIM worth £1840 (2050 Euros).
Winners will be honoured at a prestigious awards dinner, the biggest during MIPIM, taking place on Wednesday 13 March 2019.
You can get a huge saving of 50% off subsequent entries. Find out more about pricing and discounts here.
If you would like more information or help with your booking please contact Diana Zieba on +44 (0)203 953 2902 or email Diana.Zieba(at)emap.com.
17 Mar 2017
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2017 Winners
Overall Winner at the annual Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards
The winners of the 16th AR MIPIM Future Project Awards were announced yesterday during the largest gathering of architects at MIPIM at the JW Marriott in Cannes.
The architectural industry elite came together from across the globe for a night of unrivalled networking and celebration of the world’s best future designs.
17 Mar 2016
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2016 Winner
Design: Eller + Eller Architekten
Location: Ludwigshafen, Germany
BASF SE project scoops both Overall Winner and Offices prizes at the annual Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards
This high-rise office design for BASF SE in Ludwigshafen, Germany was awarded the prestigious ‘Overall Winner’ prize at the conclusion of this year’s Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards ceremony.
The 26.000 sqm (gross) project, which was also successful in the Offices category of the awards, is currently in the planning phase.
19 Feb 2016
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2016 News
The AR MIPIM Future Projects Awards
Location: JW Marriott Cannes, France
Date: 16 March 2016
The AR MIPIM Future Projects Awards are a window into tomorrow’s cities and provide sponsors access to the most exciting group of architects on the planet. We provide the opportunity for our clients to align themselves with innovative designers from across the globe and package this together with a marketing, PR and communications programme across 130 countries for a period of seven months. If you’re interested in working on the best future projects from across the globe, this is the sponsorship opportunity for you.
Entries for the the 15th Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards have now closed.
Judges: Dr Sutherland Lyall, Peter Stewart, Roger Zogolovitch and Paul Finch
Address: 50 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06414 Cannes, France
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Winners 2015
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards Winners in 2015
Old and New and Overall Winner in 2015: Southeast University
Project Title: Hanging Courtyards
Location: Changzhou, China
Architect: Southeast University
Client: Changzhou Jinling Investment Company
BIG URBAN PROJECTS
Project Title: The BIG U – Rebuild by Design
Location: New York, USA
Architect: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group
Client: US Department of Housing and Urban Development
Project Title: Museum of Civilizations
Location: Beirut, Lebanon
Architect: GM Architects
Project Title: Eckwerk Berlin
Location: Berlin, Germany
Architect: Kleihues + Kleihues / Graft & Genossenschaft für Kreative Urbanität
Client: Eckwerk Entwicklungs GmbH
Project Title: Office Building Extension
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Architect: SANE architecture
Client: Property Foundation for International Organization (FIPOI)
OLD AND NEW
Project Title: Hanging Courtyards
Location: Changzhou, China
Architect: Southeast University
Client: Changzhou Jinling Investment Company
REGENERATION AND MASTERPLANNING
Project Title: Manitoba Campus Visionary Regeneration
Location: Manitoba, Canada
Architect: IAD | Independent Architectural Diplomacy
Client: University Of Manitoba
Project Title: House me Tender
Location: Hong Kong
RETAIL AND LEISURE
Project Title: Self-Referential Frame
Location: Fusong County, China
SPORTS AND STADIUMS
Project Title: Wall Stadium
Location: Doha, Qatar
Architect: MZ Architects
Client: Al Ahli Sports Club
Project Title: BuzzBuilding
Location: Stockholm, Sweden
Architect: Belatchew Arkitekter
Project Title: East 37th Street Residential Tower
Location: New York, USA
Website: The AR MIPIM Future Projects Awards
12 Dec 2013
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards News
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards – Entry deadline extended
Due to popular demand we are extending the entry deadline to 6 Jan 2014, giving you extra time to submit your innovative concepts into the only international awards that exclusively celebrate excellence in unbuilt or incomplete work.
The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Awards awards cover twelve categories from old and new to residential, and tall buildings to sport and stadiums.
The awards present a fantastic opportunity to get your work assessed by an international jury chaired by Paul Finch, Editorial Director, The Architectural Review & The Architects’ Journal.
This year’s judges include:
• Nabil Gholam, Principal, Nabil Gholam Architects
• Dr Sutherland Lyall, Author and critic, former Buildings Editor of the Architects’ Journal
• Lee Polisano, President, PLP Architecture
• Christina Seilern, Principal, Studio Seilern Architects
• Peter Stewart, Architect and planning consultant, Principal, Peter Stewart Consultancy
• Roger Zogolovitch, Architect and client, chairman of Solidspace
Extended entry deadline: Monday 6 January 2014
1 Nov 2013
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2013
MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards – call for entries
1 November 2013 – The organisers of the annual MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards have called for entries into their 2014 competition, with the deadline for submissions confirmed as 13 December 2013.
Now in their twelfth year, the awards are the only competition focusing exclusively on future projects. They celebrate excellence in unbuilt or incomplete projects spanning across twelve categories. The awards take place at MIPIM, the global property fair, which attracts over 20,000 delegates to Cannes. With a strong focus on creativity, these awards are a chance to showcase projects that are examples of fine architecture, but have also responded to the client’s development brief, and considered the way in which they will impact and contribute to the community around them.
Last year’s winners included Doha City Tennis Stadium (Qatar) by Arup Associates; Estádio do Maracanã (Rio de Janeiro) by Daniel H. Fernandes; Autopia (Turkey) by Gokhan Avcioglu & Dara Kirmizitoprak; D Hotel (India) by Sanjay Puri; and the Breathing Tower (China) by Skidmore Owings and Merrill’s, which was the overall 2013 winner.
This year’s twelve award categories have now been confirmed – ten of which can be entered directly, including:
– Big Urban Projects
– Cultural Regeneration
– Mixed Use
– Old & New
– Regeneration & Masterplanning
– Retail & Leisure
– Sport & Stadiums
– Tall Buildings
– Overall Winner
The Overall Winner and Sustainability prizes will be selected from among all of the category finalists.
Entries will be assessed by an international jury chaired by Paul Finch, Editorial Director, The Architectural Review & The Architects’ Journal.
Catherine Slessor, Editor, The Architectural Review comments “We’re looking forward to returning to Cannes for a twelfth successful year. Our competition focuses on exemplary standards of architectural design, but also celebrates the most innovative responses to a client’s development brief, and so MIPIM constitutes a really appropriate forum for the awards.”
“While our awards celebrate projects that have not been built, and possibly may never be, we also have a track record for celebrating projects that go on to be completed and critically acclaimed. In our very first year back in 2003 we showcased Foster & Partner’s 30 St Mary’s Axe, more popularly known by the Gherkin epithet. Last year, several of our category winners were under construction.”
All award entries are included in the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards catalogue, which is distributed to all delegates attending MIPIM (around 20,000).
The winning projects will be honoured at a prize giving ceremony held during MIPIM on 12 March 2014, the hot ticket event for architects and their clients during MIPIM. All winners receive a free pass to MIPIM and all winning projects will be displayed on the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects website mipimarfutureprojects.com
The awards are now open for entries. Entries can be made online at mipimarfutureprojects.com. Full details of entry requirements can be found online.
The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards are organised in participation with EMAP, and are supported by ABV Group and Bespoke, with FTI Consulting as the official media partner.
Visit mipimarfutureprojects.com for further information or contact Francesca Verdusco on +44 (0)20 3033 2660 or email her at email@example.com.
5 Feb 2013
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Winners in 2013
11th Annual MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards Winners
SOM’S LANDMARK ‘BREATHING TOWER’ NAMED OVERALL WINNER OF 11TH ANNUAL MIPIM AR FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS
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:
image © SOM | MIR
The Greenland Group Suzhou Center is designed to address poor air quality in Wujiang, incorporating a 30-storey tall operable window in the tower’s atrium, which invites cool air flow during summer months from the seasonal prevailing winds, and floods the interior spaces with natural light.
The “lung” of the building is designed to facilitate mixed mode ventilation in the lobbies and public spaces, providing a fresh air supply source. The building is also expected to achieve 60 percent savings in energy consumption compared to a conventional high rise.
The tower has been designed for a prominent location along Taihu lake in the Jiangsu Province of China. The mixed-use tower includes office, residential, retail and hotel uses.
The project was selected as the Overall Winner by an independent panel of expert judges, who noted that the project demonstrates “a confident control of form and the mix of uses within. It demonstrates skilful integration within a stimulating and efficient strategy”.
In addition, ‘Sanskriti’ a drawing board project in Jaipur, India by Sanjay Puri for the Arg Group received the Commended Award in the Tall Buildings category.
The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards uniquely celebrate un-built or incomplete design projects, and are intended to showcase fine architecture and creativity, and the response to the client development brief. The awards are well established as the main platform for celebrating exemplar architecture at the annual MIPIM property market in Cannes.
This year, architectural projects from around the world competed in a total of eleven open categories, with five additional awards decided on from among all the entries, including a Sustainability award and four Judges Special Recognition awards.
This year’s judging panel included Peter Stewart: Architect and planning consultant, Principal, Peter Stewart Consultancy; Dr Sutherland Lyall: Author and critic, former Buildings Editor of the Architects’ Journal; and Roger Zogolovitch: Architect and client, chairman of Solidspace. Paul Finch: Editorial Director, The Architectural Review & The Architects’ Journal, and Chair and Director of Design Council CABE, officiated over the judging panel.
Paul Finch, director of the awards, said, “It’s been another impressive competition in 2013, and there have been some truly stand out projects submitted from every corner of the globe.”
As with the previous year, we’ve seen huge success from architects and projects in the Middle East and Turkey, which is not only an interesting trend but also shows where some of the finest and most creative design projects are currently coming from. For Turkey in particular, this really is their year. MIPIM itself has bestowed the Country of the Year accolade on them, and their success in our awards will I’m sure form a significant part of those celebrations”.
The complete list of category winners includes:
Big Urban Projects
• Winner: Yenikapi Transfer Point and Archaeo Park Area, Istanbul, Turkey, designed by Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu for Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality. (On drawing board).
• Winner: D Hotel, Lucknow, India, designed by Sanjay Puri for Dayal Fort Hotels Ltd. (On drawing board).
• Commended: Musée de la Romanitée Narbonne, France, designed by Foster + Partners for La Region Amenagement LRA. (On drawing board).
• Winner: JST Product Complex, Tsuyama,Okayama prefecture, Japan, designed by Osamu Morishita for J.S.T. Global Headquarters. (Under construction).
• Winner: TRI-G, Istanbul, Turkey, designed by Suyabatmaz Demirel Architects for Mar Yapi. (On drawing board).
• Commended: The Street, Rajasthan, India, designed by Sanjay Puri for Shree Cement Ltd. (On drawing board).
• Commended: Dorf Ketal, Mundra, India, designed by Arqmovworkshop. (On drawing board)
Old & New
• Winner: Museum of Contemporary Art Detroit (MOCAD), designed by Rice+Lipka Architects / James Cornerfield Operations for MOCAD. (On drawing board).
• Commended: Museum for Architectural Drawing, Berlin, Germany, designed by Sergei Tchoban, Sergey Kuznetsov for Tchoban Foundation. (Under construction).
Regeneration and Masterplanning
• Winner: Valley City – Qatar, designed by MZ Architects for Sak Holding. (On drawing board)
• Winner: Weave: Urban Housing Project, Norrköping, Sweden, designed by Spridd and ETAT for ED Bygg. (On drawing board).
• Commended: Canaletto, London, United Kingdom, designed by UNStudio for Orion City Road Trustee Limited. (On drawing board).
• Winner: Autopia, Istanbul, Turkey, designed by GAD, Gokhan Avcioglu & Dara Kirmizitoprak, for Kelesoglu Gül Group. (Under construction).
• Commended: Craft Market in Djenné Mali, designed by Arkitekturværkstedet ApS for The Danish Ministry of Foreign Affairs. (On drawing board).
• Winner: Estádio do Maracanã in Rio de Janeiro, designed by Daniel H. Fernandes for Odebrecht. (Under construction).
Sport & Stadiums
• Winner: Doha City Tennis Stadium, Qatar, designed by Arup Associates for Qatar Olympic Committee. (On drawing board).
• Winner: Breathing Tower, Suzhou Center, Wujang, China, designed by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP for Greenland Group. (On drawing board).
• Commended: ‘Sanskriti’, Jaipur, India, designed by Sanjay Puri for Arg Group. (On drawing board).
• Winner: C3 House, Wanaka, New Zealand, designed by Richard Naish for Longview Environmental Trust. (On drawing board).
Judges Special Recognition
• Metromover Station Miami, designed by Weston Williamson for Miami Downtown Development Authority.
• Footbridge in the Tasos Papadopoulos Avenue in Pafos, Cyprus, designed by Elina Pattichi for Municipality of Pafos City.
• Junoot, Wadi Shuwaimiyah, Sultanate of Oman, designed by SSH International for United Real Estate Company.
• AF Floating Cinema, London, United Kingdom, designed by Joe Morris for UP Projects (commissioned by the Legacy List with corporate partner Bloomberg).
The awards will be presented during a gala ceremony and dinner held at JW Marriott, Cannes on 13th March. The awards ceremony is firmly established as the central architecture event of the week in Cannes, and is MIPIM’s largest sit-down dinner. The Future Projects Awards dinner is chaired by Paul Finch, editorial director of the Architectural Review. Reservations are available from Laura.Scanlan@emap.com or call +44 (0)3303 2668.
All award entries will be featured on the Architectural Review area of the London Pavilion, and published in a special edition of the Architectural Review available during MIPIM.
The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards are organised in participation with EMAP Inform, and are supported by AET Flexible Space, Bespoke, Emirates Glass, HKR Architects and Vast Group, with FTI Consulting the communications partner.
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Past Winners
Girrasol Building – Overall Winner of the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2012
image from architects
Location: 50 Boulevard de la Croisette, 06414 Cannes, France
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Archive
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards Past News
MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2017
image courtesy of AR
MIPIM Asia Awards
photo from architects
MIPIM Asia Awards 2010
Comments / photos for the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2019 Architecture page welcome