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Winners of the 2011 Future Projects Awards

Mossessian & Partners won the Overall and Mixed Use Future Prizes in 2011 for their sustainable regeneration project of central Doha, blending traditional Qatari heritage and aesthetics with modern technology

Overall Winner
Project: Musheireb - Heart Of Doha, Doha, Qatar 
Client: DohaLand 
Architect: Mossessian & Partners

Sustainability Winner
Project: Zero Carbon Emission Building, Shanghai, China 
Client: Philips 
Architect: Arup Associates

Big Urban Projects

Project: Sino Swedish Eco-City, Wuxi, China
Client: Wuxi Municipal Peoples Government 
Architect: Tengbom Architects, Jeremy Thompson, Stellan Fryxell, Anna Kerr

Project: Niels Bohr Science Park Copenhagen, Denmark 
Client: The Danish University and Property Agency 
Architect: Vilhelm Lauritzen Architects (VLA) + Christensen & Co. Architects (CCO)

Project: Singapore, Bay East, Gardens by the Bay, Singapore 
Client: National Parks Board Singapore 
Architect: Gustafson Porter

Mixed Use

Project: Musheireb - Heart Of Doha, Doha, Qatar 
Client: DohaLand 
Architect: Mossessian & Partners

Project: Block 46-08, Sector E, Lot 1338 Mina Hosn, Beirut, Lebanon 
Client: Solidere 
Architect: Peter Marino Architect PLLC

Project: Infinity Mumbai, India 
Client: HBS Developers 
Architect: Sanjay Puri Architects

Project: Foshan new city mass transit center, Foshan, China 
Client: Foshan City Jinhuihai Invest 
Architect: amphibianArc 


Project: Inland Steel Building Renovation, Chicago, IL, USA 
Client: Capital Properties
Architect: Stephen Apking, Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

Project: Tallin Town Hall, Tallin, Estonia 
Client: City of Tallin 
Architect: BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group

Project: South Australian Health & Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI), Adelaide, Australia 
Client: South Australian Government 
Architect: Woods Bagot

Regeneration and Masterplanning

Project: The Earls Court Project, Earls Court, London, UK 
Client: CapCo with Transport for London and London Borough of Hammersmith & Fulham
Architect: Terry Farrell & Partners

Project: Zorlu Center, Istanbul, Turkey 
Client: ZORLU GYO 
Architect: EAA - Emre Arolat Architects & Tabanlioglu Architects

Project: UCD Gateway, University College, Dublin, Ireland 
Client: University College Dublin
Architect: Ingenhoven architects 


Project: Skyline Paris, France 
Client: Paris Habitat OPH 
Architect: Pangalos Dugasse Feldmann Architectes

Project: Waves Mumbai, India 
Client: Keystone Group 
Architect: Sanjay Puri

Project: youCUBE, Winnipeg Manitoba, Canada
Client: GSD 
Architect: 5468796 Architecture Inc.

Retail and Leisure

Project: New Siena Stadium, Siena, Italy 
Client: Municipality of Siena 
Architect: Iotti + Pavarani Architetti, Marazzi Architetti with Arch.Giovanni Cenna

Project: Hotel, Segou Bougou, Mali 
Client: Restaurateur, Denis Calvin Dara 
Architect: Hans Peter Hagens

Project: Maywood Flatiron, Oklahoma City, USA 
Client: Red Rock Distribution 
Architect: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

Project: Varyap Merkez Retail and Cultural Center, Istanbul, Turkey 
Client: VARYAP
Architect: EAA - Emre Arolat Architects

Tall Buildings - Sponsored by Protek

Project: Cluster Complex, Dubai, UAE 
Client: Confidential 
Architect: Denton Corker Marshall

Project: Grenelle Tower Paris, France 
Client: GECINA 
Architect: Atelier Zündel Cristea

Project: G.I. School, Mumbai, India 
Client: Garodia International School 
Architect: Sanjay Puri

Project: Lotte Super Tower, Seoul, South Korea 
Client: Lotte Moolsan Group 
Architect:  Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates 

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