Best Highrises 2014/15
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DAM - Deutsches Architektur Zentrum in Frankfurt, Germany has selected the winners of best best designed highrise buildings for the The International Highrise Award 2014. The award ceremony took place in November 2014, followed by a vernissage of the exhibition Best Highrises 2014/15. This year´s winner is Bosco Verticale, a high-rise residential apartment building designed by Boeri Studio. The four finalists for this competition are De Rotterdam (Rotterdam) by Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA), One Central Park (Sydney) designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel (Barcelona) designed by Ateliers Jean Nouvel & RIBAS & RIBAS Arquitectos, Barcelona, and Sliced Porosity Block (Chengdu) designed by Steven Holl Architects. Images courtesy: Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt am Main.
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FINALIST Sliced Porosity Block, Chengdu. Architects: Steven Holl Architects, New York. Developer: CapitaLand © Photo: Iwan Baan
Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel, Barcelona Architects: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Paris, and RIBAS & RIBAS Arquitectos, Barcelona. Developer: Hoteles Catalonia © Photo: Roland Halbe
Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
PRIZE WINNER Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Illustration: Boeri Studio
Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
Interior of Bosco Verticale, Milan Architects: Boeri Studio Developer: Hines Italia SGR S.p.A. © Photo: Kirsten Bucher
FINALIST De Rotterdam, Rotterdam Architects: Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) Developer: De Rotterdam CV © Photo: OMA, photographer: Ossip van Duivenbode
De Rotterdam, Rotterdam © Foto: OMA, Fotograf: Ossip van Duivenbode
FINALIST One Central Park, Sydney Design architects: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Paris. Architects of record: PTW Architects, Sydney. Developer: Frasers Property Australia; Sekisui House Australia © Photo: Simon Wood
View from One Central Park, Sydney. Design architects: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Paris. Architects of record: PTW Architects, Sydney. Developer: Frasers Property Australia; Sekisui House Australia © Photo: Simon Wood
FINALIST Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel, Barcelona. Architects: Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Paris, and RIBAS & RIBAS. Arquitectos, Barcelona. Developer: Hoteles Catalonia © Photo: Roland Halbe
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