Winners of the 2014 LEAF Awards Announced

Winners have been announced for the 2014 LEAF Awards. Spanning 14 categories, including best refurbishment of the year (as pictured above), all winning projects “demonstrate buildings that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural and design community.”

See which project landed Jean Nouvel top honors, after the break.

Mixed-Use Building of the Year: Esas Aeropark; Istanbul, Turkey / Tabanlioglu Architects: Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu

Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy: P house; São Paulo, Brazil / studio mk27

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy: Seto; Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima / Mount Fuji Architects Studio

International Interior Design Award: Rijksmuseum; Amsterdam, The Netherlands / Wilmotte & Associés SA

Commercial Building of the Year: cultura bookstore; São Paulo, Brazil / studio mk27

Hospitality Building of the Year: Steyn City Club House; Johannesburg, South Africa / Boogertman + Partners Architects

Refurbishment of the Year: BIG Library; Gourdon, France / CoCo Architecture

Public Building of the Year: Saw Swee Hock Student Centre; London, UK / O’Donnell + Tuomey

Best Sustainable Development of the Year: One Central Park; Sydney, Australia / Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects

Best Future Building of the Year – Drawing Board: The Ring House; Riyadh, Saudi Arabia / MZ Architects

Best Future Building of the Year – Under Construction: Mongkok Residence; Hong Kong / Aedas

Special Commendation: Luoyuan Church; Fuzhou City, Fujian Province / INUCE AG: Dirk U. Moench

Urban Design of the Year: A Gateway to Petra; Wadi Musa, Jordan / Maisam Architects & Engineers

The Overall Winner: One Central Park; Sydney, Australia / Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects

The 2014 Judges:

Carlo Castelli (AECOM)

Alan Crawford (Crawford Partnership)

Firas Hnoosh (BDP)

Božana Komljenovic (Zaha Hadid)

Rysia Suchecka (NBBJ)

Lev Libeskind (Daniel Libeskind)

News via LEAF International

Winners of the 2014 LEAF Awards Announced originally appeared on ArchDaily, the most visited architecture website on 14 Oct 2014.

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