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LEAF Awards 2011

Wednesday 21 Sep 2011

Turning over a new LEAF

LEAF Awards 2011 by WAN Editorial
Studio mk27 punta house 
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Winners revealed for 2011 LEAF Awards 

The annual LEAF Awards, this year in association with Emirates Glass, is now in its 9th season, and on 16th September twelve stunning projects were announced as this year’s winners. The scheme recognises both projects and architects which can be termed ‘iconic’ and those that have made a significant impression on the industry over the course of the year. The 2011 winners are:

Mixed-Use Building of the Year
TODD Architects, The Boat, Belfast, Northern Ireland, Harry Dougherty
Residential Building of the Year (Single Occupancy)
Studio mk27, punta house, Punta Del Este, Uruguay, (client confidential)
Residential Building of the Year (Multiple Occupancy)
OBR, Open Building Research S.r.l. Milanofiori Residential Complex, Milan, Italy Milanofiori 2000 S.r.l
Commercial Building of the Year
ESTUDI MASSIP-BOSCH ARQUITECTES, Diagonal ZeroZero Telefonica Tower, Barcelona, Spain, Consorci de la Zona Franca de Barcelona
International Interior Design Award
RHWL Architects, St Pancras Renaissance Hotel London, Manhattan Loft Corporation
International Off-Site Construction Project of the Year
Populous, London 2012 Olympic Delivery Authority London, UK
Young Architect
dEMM arquitectura, PAULO FERNANDES SILVA, Living Foz Porto, Portugal, J Camilo, lda
Best Structural Design of the Year
schmidt hammer lassen architects, The Crystal København, Denmark
Public Building of the Year – Joint winners
Diaz & Diaz Arquitectos, Building of Control CCS, Outer Harbour of Ferrol, Port Authority of Ferrol – San iprian, Galicia, Spain
Steven Holl Architects, Cite de L’Ocean et du Surf, Biarritz, France, City of Biarritz
Best Sustainable Technology Incorporated into a Building
JSWD ARCHITEKTEN, Q1 Building, ThyssenKrupp Quarter Essen, Germany, ThyssenKrupp AG, Essen with Chaix & Morel et Associes
Best Sustainable Development in Keeping with its Environment
LAN, EDF Archives Centre, Bure-Saudron, France, EDF
OBR, Open Building Research for Milanofiori Residential Complex
The Special Commendation Award went to:
Project: University of Naples Subway Station by Karim Rashid Inc
Client: Comune di Napoli (Municipality of Napoli) Metropolitana di Napoli

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