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2017 MIPIM Asia Awards Winners Unveiled

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Headline: 2017 MIPIM Asia Awards Winners Unveiled
PARIS, FRANCE/HONG KONG, CHINA – Media OutReach – 12 Oct 2017 – Reed MIDEM,organiser of MIPIMAsia, today announces the 33 winners ofits 2017 MIPIM Asia Awards competition.
Theannual awards’ showcase is a highlight of MIPIM Asia, Asia Pacific’s premierproperty leaders’ summit. The 33 winners willcontend for Gold, Silver and Bronze honours at the MIPIM Asia Awards Gala Dinner, which takesplace at the Grand Hyatt, Hong Kong on 29 November 2017.
TheMIPIM Asia Awards, launched in 2007, recognise the most outstanding projects inthe real estate industry in APAC. The competition is open to developers, architects, retailers, municipaland local authorities, and any organisation which contributes to real estatedevelopment in Asia.
“The MIPIM Asia Awards are known across the region as the benchmark for showcasingachievement in the property industry,” said Ronan Vaspart, MIPIMDirector, Reed MIDEM. “The world’sforemost development, architectural and design firms regard these awards as the highest level ofrecognition for all professionals in the built environment.”
The locationof submitting companies and their respective projects reveals the strength ofthe real estate industry in several key cities and regions across SoutheastAsia. Projects from mainland China and Hong Kong figure strongly in the line-upof MIPIM Asia Awards finalists in addition to entries from Japan, Vietnam,South Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia and Thailand.

Nicholas J.Loup, CEO for Chelsfield Asia and president of the jury for the MIPIM AsiaAwards 2017, noted several trends in the submissions. “There is clearly more emphasis on sustainability, urban regenerationand refurbishment,” Loup said. “That can be attributed in part to theprogression of the industry, and is also a reflection of the evolution of theMIPIM Asia Awards categories. Thereis also a good spread of coverage of architectural firms from different countriesthat are getting into the awards, and a broader cross-section of design.”

MIPIMAsia delegates will vote for their favourite projects at the MIPIM Asia Summitin Hong Kong.
TheMIPIM Asia Summit takes place 28-29 November 2017 at the Grand Hyatt, HongKong. The Summit is the premier regional real estate event of the year,bringing together the most influential professionals from all sectors of theproperty industry for networking and learning through premium events,conferences and the exhibition zone.

Anji Tourist Centre
Huzhou, Zhejiang Province, China
Architect: LWK & Partners (HK) Ltd
Developer: China Tourist Services Ltd.

Grand Hyatt Sanya Haitang Bay Resort & Spa
Sanya, China

Architect: JERDE

Developer: Sanya GaoSheng Development Co., Ltd
Interior Design: LTW Designworks (hotel), Andre Fu (YuCun restaurant)

Shangri-La at the Fort
Manila, Philippines

Architect: Handel Architects LLP

Developer: Shang Global City Properties, Inc.

Goldin Global Financial Centre
Hong Kong, China

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Developer: Smart Edge Limited

Other: Ronald Lu & Partners (Associate Architect)

Kai Tak Development on 3 Muk Chui Street
Hong Kong, China

Architect: Ronald Lu & Partners

Developer: HKSARG Urban Renewal Authority

Nanjing Eco Hi-Tech Island Exhibition Centre (JiangdaoTechnology Innovation Centre)
Nanjing, China

Architect: NBBJ

Developer: Sino-Singapore Nanjing Eco Hi-Tech IslandDevelopment Co., Ltd
Other: Yanlord, Singaporean developer
Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre
Guangzhou, China

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Developer: New World Development

Other: Leigh & Orange (Associate Architect)

Hefei ID Mall
Hefei, China

Architect: Broadway Malyan

Developer: Hefei Prosperity Property Ltd.

Investor: CITIC Capital Holdings Ltd.

Other: Sonae Sierra and LTHK (Interior), Inhabit(Façade), Tongyan (Lighting), China Team (MEP), YPA (Landscape), TongjiArchitectural Design (Group) Co., Ltd. (Arch. & Eng.), MVA (Traffic)

Lotte World Tower & Mall
Seoul, South Korea

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates, Benoy
Developer: Lotte Corporation, Lotte Shopping, HotelLotte

Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh City
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Architect: gmp Architekten von Gerkan, Marg und Partner

Developer: Deutsches Haus Ho Chi Minh Stadt Ltd.

Investor: Deutsches Haus Vietnam Invest Ltd. (HongKong)

Other: Mace (Project/ Construction Manager/Construction Supervisor), Drees & Sommer (Façade Consultant), WSP (MEPF,C&S Consultant, Traffic Consultant)

Grade A Office Redevelopment at 18 King Wah Road
Hong Kong, China

Architect: Dennis Lau & Ng Chun Man Architects& Engineers (HK) Limited & Pelli Clarke Pelli Architects PCPA

Developer: Henderson Land Development Company Limited

Other: Draughtsman / ADI Limited / Sirius LightingOffice (HK) Limited / Ove Arup & Partners Hong Kong Ltd.

Unilever Headquarters
Jakarta, Indonesia

Architect: Aedas

Developer: PT. Unilever Indonesia
DAEGU Creative Campus
Daegu City, South Korea

Architect: SAMOO Architects & Engineers
Developer: Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd.

MassMutual Tower
Hong Kong, China
Architect: PDP London Architects
Developer: Asia Standard International Group Limited

Pacific Century Place
Beijing, China

Investor: Fund under Gaw Capital Partners

Architect: Lead 8 International Ltd.

Developer: Beijing Jing Wei Real Estate DevelopmentCo., Ltd.
Other: Perception Design, AECOM, LDP International,LASVIT

Kyoto, Japan

Architect: Takenaka Corporation

Developer: JR West Real Estate & DevelopmentCompany

Spring Breeze (Phase l)
Jiaxing, Zhejiang, China

Architect: GOA (Greentown Oriental Architects)
Developer: Blue Town

South Lantau Island, Hong Kong, China

Architect: PDP London Limited (Design Architect), LWKArchitects (Executive Architect)
Developer: Swire Properties

Other: Urbis, Richardson Sadeki
Lane 189
Shanghai, China

Architect: UN Studio

Developer: Shanghai Da Zi Ming Zhong Real EstateDevelopment Co., Ltd.

Investor: CITIC Capital Holdings Ltd.

Other: Inhabit, Ag Light, LEOX, Tongji ArchitecturalDesign (Group) Ltd., China Team

Olympia 66
Dalian, China

Architect: Aedas

Developer: Hang Lung Properties Ltd

Starfield Hanam
Hanam, South Korea

Architect: Benoy

Developer: Shinsegae Property and Taubman Asia
Other: Junglim, Kingsman, GP studio

Blue House Cluster
Hong Kong, China

Architect: LWK & Partners (HK) Ltd
Developer: St. James’ Settlement

Kalijodo Park
Jakarta, Indonesia

Architect: Yori Antar from Han Awai & PartnersArchitect & Arkonin
Developer: PT. Bumi Serpong Damai Tbk (Sinar Mas Land)

Other: PT Anugerah Mandiri, Bike 2 work, Studio Hanafi

Suzhou Creek: Reclaiming Shanghai’s IndustrialWaterway
Shanghai, China

Architect: Sasaki

Developer: Shanghai Jing’an Urban Planning Bureau

ALILA Wuzhen
Tongxiang, Zhejiang, China

Architect: GOA (Greentown Oriental Architects)
Developer: YADA

China World Trade Center Phase 3C Development
Beijing, China

Architect: Andrew Bromberg at Aedas
Developer: China World Trade Co., Ltd

TP Link Headquarters
Shenzhen, China

Architect: Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates
Developer: TP Link

Shanghai, China

Architect: Lead 8 International Ltd
Developer: Sun Hung Kai Properties

OCT XI’AN International Centre
Xi’an, China

Architect: EID Architecture
Developer: China OCT

Sunqiao Urban Agriculture District
Shanghai, China

Architect: Sasaki

Developer: Pudong Agriculture Development Group

15 Middle Road
Hong Kong, China

Architect: Wong & Ouyang (HK) Ltd.

Developer: Henderson Land Development Co. Ltd.

One Bangkok
Bangkok, Thailand

Architect: Skidmore, Owings & Merrill (MasterArchitect), with Kohn Pedersen Fox, Benoy A49, Plan Associates, D103

Developer: One Bangkok Holdings Company Limited, ajoint venture between TCC Assets (Thailand) Co., Ltd. and Frasers CentrepointLimited

Other: Plandscape, Buro Happold, Fisher Marantz Stone

The Quayside
Hong Kong, China

Architect: P&T Architects and Engineers Ltd.

Developer: Link Asset Management Ltd. and Nan FungDevelopment Ltd.

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