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MIPIM Asia Awards Winners!

The winners of MIPIM Asia`s awards competition have just been announced!

By

Dr Seek, MIPIM Asia Awards Jury

MIPIM Asia has just announced the winners of its sixth annual awards competition honouring outstanding real estate projects in the Asia-Pacific region.

An international jury led by Dr. Ngee Huat Seek, Board Director, Government of Singapore Investment Corporation (GIC) Real Estate, met in Hong Kong earlier this month to examine the 80 projects submitted from 15 countries.

“The participation rate has been improving over the years. It’s a great platform for Asian players and non-Asian players, to get together. It’s a great place to network and show off all the different products, which have been improving over the years,” said Seek.

For the first time, projects from China, Singapore and India dominated the list with 29, 15 and 12 entries respectively. Other projects were entered from Australia, Azerbaijan, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Japan, Malaysia, Russia, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, the United Arab Emirates and Vietnam.

MIPIM Asia delegates will be asked to vote for their favourites among these winners during the show from November 15 to 17 in Hong Kong. This will determine their ranking—bronze, silver or gold. Ranking of the winners’ podium will be announced at MIPIM Asia.

Congratulations to the 29 winners and good luck for the final ranking!

BUSINESS CENTRES

International Commerce Centre, Hong Kong

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Shanghai Huawei Technologies Corporate Campus, China

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

Shanghai Wheelock Square, China

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

CENTRAL & WESTERN ASIA FUTURA PROJECTS

Abu Dhabi International Airport Midfield Complex, UAE

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

Baku White City, Azerbaijan

ADEC Azerbaijan Development Company

Northern Caucasus Resorts, the world’s largest tourism project, Russia

OJSC Northern Caucasus Resorts

CHINESE FUTURA PROJECTS

Hong Cheng Plaza, China

Benoy

InterContinental Shanghai Wonderland, China

Atkins

Olympia 66, China

Aedas Limited

FUTURA PROJECTS

CleanTech Park, Singapore

JTC Corporation

Incheon International Airport Passenger Terminal 2, South Korea

Heerim Architects & Planners

Sandcrawler, Singapore

Aedas Limited

GREEN BUILDINGS

Khoo Teck Puat Hospital, Singapore

CPG Consultants

Suzlon One Earth, India

Synefra E&C Ltd

United World College of South East Asia (East Campus), Singapore

JTC Corporation

HOTELS AND TOURISM RESORTS

Hotel Indigo Shanghai on the Bund, China

Shanghai Huangpu River Banks Asset Management Co. Ltd

Mai Khao Dream Hotel & Resort Spa, Thailand

DWP

Xintiandi Hotels, China

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates

MIXED-USE BUILDINGS

Marina Bay Financial Centre, Singapore

Raffles Quay Asset Management Pte Ltd

Novena Lifestyle & Medical Hub, Singapore

Far East Organization

Shanghai International Cruise Terminal, China

Sparch

RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENTS

Belle Vue Residences, Singapore

Wing Tai Land Pte Ltd (on behalf of WingQuest Investment Pte Ltd)

Helios Residences, Singapore

Wing Tai Land Pte Ltd (on behalf of WingQuest Investment Pte Ltd)

Saigon South Master Plan, Vietnam

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill LLP

RETAIL STORE DESIGN

Candylicious, Singapore

Gill Capital (Singapore) Pte, Ltd

Miele House, China

KokaiStudios

URBAN REGENERATION

Shanghai Museum of Glass, China

logon urban architecture design

The Bridge 8, China

Shanghai Bridge 8 Property Co. Ltd

The Shiliupu (Pier 16 Regeneration Project), China

Shanghai Huangpu River Banks Asset Management Co. Ltd

Hear what the jury had to say about this year’s entries.

See for yourself: check out the MIPIM Asia presentation, including photos of all the winning entries.

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  1. On October 15, 2011 at 11:16 am property investment singapore said:

    congrats! it would be a greater chance for the increasing demand on investments.