MIPIM Awards 2011: 21 finalists announced (FR)

MIPIM yesterday (January 26, 2011) announced the 21 finalists for the 2011 MIPIM Awards selected by a jury of international real estate professionals and the introduction of a new award category.

The jury examined some 100 projects from 27 countries ranging from Germany to Turkey and India to Japan. The jury paid special attention to such criteria as infrastructure and transportation access, environmental integration, originality of concept, technical and architectural quality and services offered.

For the first time at the MIPIM Awards, entries will be invited to the new FUTURA category, recognizing projects which have not yet started construction.

A second innovation in 2011 is that MIPIM Awards winners will be chosen by a combination of the MIPIM delegates and the international jury, each group representing 50% of the final vote.

"The projects nominated for the MIPIM Awards come from all over the world, giving a global overview of the quality of today's real-estate projects. We decided to change the organization of the MIPIM Awards by involving the jury alongside participants so as to avoid putting smaller, less-familiar projects at a disadvantage even though they are good enough to win a MIPIM Award," says Filippo Rean, Director of MIPIM.

The MIPIM Awards 2011 nominees are:


- Chèque Déjeuner Headquarters at Carré 92
Gennevilliers, France
Architect: Art & Build Architectes
Developer: AG Real Estate

- CMA CGM TowerMarseille, France
Architect: Zaha Hadid Architects
Developer: SCI Tour d'Arenc
Local Architects: SRA (Paris) and RTA (Marseille)

- International Commerce Centre
West Kowloon, Hong Kong
Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Associate Architect: Wong + Ouyang Ltd.
Developer: Sun Hung Kai Properties Ltd.


- Central Park
Sydney NSW, Australia
Developer: Frasers Property Australia
Lead Masterplanning Architect: Foster + Partners
Masterplanning Collaborators: Johnson Pilton Walker, Ateliers Jean Nouvel

- Pixel Garden City
Copenhagen, Denmark
Architect: Bertelsen & Scheving Architects Aps
Developer: 3B Housing Association (part 1), and City of Copenhagen (original project)

- Sustainable Urban Redevelopment
Takamatsu, Yamaguchi, Nagahama, Numadu, Ohita (five cities), Japan
Planner & Architect: Tokyo University Machizukuri Graduate School
All projects, Planner & Architect: Machidukuri Company Sheep Network
Takamatsu project, Developer: Takamatsu Marugame-machi Machidukuri Co., Ltd.
Yamaguchi project, Developer: Machidukuri Yamaguchi Co., Ltd
Nagahama project, Developer: Nagahama Machidukuri Co., Ltd.
Numadu project, Developer: Life Style Center Numadu Minami Co., Ltd


- 3M Italy Headquarters - Malaspina Business Park
Pioltello - Milano, Italy
Investor & User: 3M Italia SpA
Architect: Mario Cucinella Architects
Developer: Pirelli RE

- Levent Office Project
Istanbul, Turkey
Developer: Tekfen Real Estate Development Co., Inc.
Architects: Molestina Architekten and Swanke Hayden Connell Arch.

- The New Deutsche Bank Towers (Project 'Greentowers')
Frankfurt am Main, Germany
Project Owner: Deutsche Bank AG
Architect: Mario Bellini Architects S.r.l.


- Navarino Dunes, Costa Navarino
Messinia, Greece
Developer: Temes S.A.Architect: Alexandros N. Tombazis & Associates Architects

- The Park Hotel Hyderabad
Hyderabad, India
Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP
Developer: Apeejay Surrendra Park Hotels

- W Hotel
London, United Kingdom
Architect: Jestico + Whiles
Developer: McAleer + RusheCategory


- First Tower
Paris La Défense, France
Redeveloper & Project Manager: Altarea Cogedim
Architects: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates and SRA Architectes

- JohannisContor
Hamburg, Germany
Architect: kbnk Architekten GmbH
Developer: Tecno Beteiligungs Gm

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