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About the MIPIM AR Future Project Awards 2013


The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Projects Awards are for unbuilt or incomplete projects spanning across twelve categories. The awards have been running since 2002 and take place at MIPIM, the international property market, which will attract over 20,000 delegates to Cannes.

With a strong focus on creativity, these awards are a chance to showcase schemes 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. With architectural awards and recognition commonly focusing on current projects and designs, the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards provide a unique and exciting perspective.

Judges announced

  • Paul Finch: Editorial Director, The Architectural Review & The Architects’ Journal
  • Roger Zogolovitch: Architect and client, chairman of Solidspace
  • Dr Sutherland Lyall: Author and critic, former Buildings Editor of the Architects’ Journal
  • Peter Stewart: Architect and planning consultant, Principal, Peter Stewart Consultancy

The awards offer an unrivalled opportunity for exposure as ALL entries are exhibited at MIPIM and published in the official MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project catalogue, which is made available to all MIPIM delegates on registration in Cannes. Winners are honoured at a prestigious prizegiving ceremony during MIPIM, taking place this year on 13 March 2013.

Entry deadline extended: 30 November 2012

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