Spanning 12 categories, the Future Project awards celebrates excellence in unbuilt and incomplete projects
The successful schemes in MIPIM’s premier architectural event encompass diverse projects that are under construction or currently in planning, through to competition entries and impressive conceptual designs.
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill have won the overall prize in this year’s MIPIM/AR Future Project Awards for their Shanghai Old Town Master Plan project. It also won the Regeneration and Masterplanning category.
Combined, the winners and all the finalists in this year’s AR Future Project Awards have showcased examples of innovative and outstanding architecture that have successfully responded to the development brief and have also taken into consideration the full impact and contribution they will make to the communities around them.
Jury chair and AR editorial director Paul Finch commented; ‘This was a great year for the awards, with more than 280 entries. The commended and winning entries show a high degree of skill and innovation.’
Overall winner and Regeneration & Masterplanning winner
Shanghai Old Town Master Plan by Skidmore, Owings & Merrill
Big Urban Project winner
The Hydroelectric Canal by Paul Lukez Architecture
Civic & Community
Skelleftea Cultural Centre by White Arkitekter
Istanbul Museum of Painting and Sculpture by Emre Arolat Architecture (EAA)
L’atelier de l’Arsenal by SO-IL
Cradle to Cradle S2 by HPP Architekten
Old and New
390 Madison Avenue by Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Nibras Commercial Residential Complex by Emre Arolat Architecture (EAA)
Retail & Leisure
Marchwiel by John Wardle Architects
Sports & Stadiums
Al Thumama Stadium by Arab Engineering Bureau
Parque Botánico Río Medellín by Latitud/Amigos de Parques del Río
Commercial Bank Headquarters by Aedas
Erratum: on page 90 of the MIPIM/AR Future Project awards catalogue, the Tall Buildings entry Coastal Towers, King Abdullah Economic City, Saudi Arabia should have been attritubed to EDGE rather than EdgeArch