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LEAF Awards 2012

Daniel Libeskind wurde für sein Lebenswerk ausgezeichnet, der Gesamtgewinner (Overall winner) ist die Musashino Art University Museum & Library in Tokio. Die 14 Preisträger des 9. Emirates Glass LEAF Awards wurden am 21. September 2012 in London bekanntgegeben.

Die LEAF Awards zählen zu den international renommiertesten Auszeichnungen in der Architektur. Entsprechend luxuriös war der Rahmen der Verleihung im Four Seasons Park Lane Hotel.


Eine umfangreiche Fotostrecke zu allen Gewinnerprojekten finden Sie am Ende der Seite.

Mixed–Use Building of the year award
Steven Holl Architects
Daeyang Gallery & House, South Korea

LEAF Awards 2012, Mixed-use building of the year: Steven Holl Architects with Daeyang Gallery & House, South Korea

Residential Building of the year award (single occupancy):
Architectureburo Govaert & Vanhoutte
Villa Roces, Bruges, Belgium

LEAF Awards 2012, Residential Building of the year (single occupancy): Architectureburo Govaert & Vanhoutte with Villa Roces, Bruges, Belgium

Residential Building of the year award (multiple occupancy):
Rafiq Azam
S.A Residence, Dhaka, Bangladesh

LEAF Awards 2012, Residential Building of the year award (multiple occupancy): Rafiq Azam with S.A Residence, Dhaka, Bangladesh

 

Ein Special Award dieser Kategorie ging an Studio Daniel Libeskind, DCA Architects PTE Ltd, mit dem Project »Reflections at Keppel Bay«.

LEAF Awards 2012, Residential Building of the year award (multiple occupancy) Special Award: Daniel Libeskind with Reflections at Keppel Bay

Commercial Building of the year award
WOW Architects
Vivanta Hotel, Bangalore, India

LEAF Awards 2012, Commercial Building of the year award: WOW Architects, Vivanta Hotel, Bangalore, India

International Interior Design award
Billard Leece Partnership & Bates Smart HKS
The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

LEAF Awards 2012, International Interior Design award: Billard Leece Partnership & Bates Smart with HKS, The Royal Children’s Hospital, Melbourne, Australia

Refurbishment of the year award
Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects
The Granar, Abbey Road, Barking, UK

LEAF Awards 2012, Refurbishment of the year award: Pollard Thomas Edwards Architects, The Granary

 

Einen Special Award dieser Kategorie erhielt das Masrah Al Qasba Theatre, Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates, von Magma Architecture in Berlin. Lesen Sie hierzu einen ausführlichen Bericht auf DETAIL.de.

 

LEAF Awards 2012, Refurbishment of the year Special Award: Magma Architecture, Masrah Al Qasba Theatre, Emirate of Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

Young Architect of the year award
Marco Guarnieri
White Grounds, London, UK

LEAF Awards 2012, Young Architect of the year: Marco Guarnieri, White Grounds UK

Public Building award (zwei Preisträger)
Sou Fujimoto Architects, Musashino Art University Museum & Library Tokyo, Japan
Stephen Marshall Architects, Rothschild Archive, UK

LEAF Awards 2012, Public Building: Sou Fujimoto Architects, Musashino Art University Museum & Library Tokyo, Japan

Musashino Art University Museum & Library Tokyo

LEAF Awards 2012, Public Building: Stephen Marshall Architects, Rothschild Archive, UK

Rothschild Archive

Best Sustainable Development
Arup Associates
The Druk White Lotus School, Shey, India

LEAF Awards 2012, Best Sustainable Development: Arup Associates, The Druk White Lotus School, Shey, India

Best Future Building 2012 (zwei Preisträger)
Skidmore Owings + Merrill with Manhattan Loft Gardens, London, UK
The Rock Stadium, Al Ain, UAE

LEAF Awards 2012, Best Future Building 2012 (joint winners): Skidmore Owings + Merrill with Manhattan Loft Gardens, London, UK and The Rock Stadium, Al Ain, UAE

Manhattan Loft Gardens, London

Rock Stadium, Al Ain

LEAF Awards 2012, Lifetime Achievement in architectural Community: Daniel Libeskind

Lifetime Achievement in architectural Community award
Daniel Libeskind

Overall winner for 2012
Sou Fujimoto Architects
Musashino Art University Museum & Library, Tokio, Japan

LEAF Awards 2012, Overall winner for 2012: Sou Fujimoto Architects, Musashino Art University Museum & Library Tokyo, Japan

 

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