During the Prize Ceremony in Cannes the MIPIM Awards 2015 were assigned to 10 different Real Estate categories. We are pleased to report that the People’s Choice Award goes to Italy (Oxigen Eco-Tower by Progetto CMR). Selcuk Ecza Headquarters in Istambul awarded Best Office.
Presented in the category Best Futura Mega Project, the project of the sustainable residential tower Oxygen Eco-tower, “your villa in the sky” (Progetto CMR) has captivated audiences.
The Special Jury Award is Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London (Developer: London Legacy Development Corporation. Project: Erect Architects LUC with landscape architect James Corner Field Operations with Make Architects).
Selcuk Ecza Headquarters in Istanbul was awarded in the category Best Office and Business Development,(Developer: Selcuk Ecza Holding. Tabanlioglu Project Architects: Melkan Gürsel & Murat Tabanlioglu).
Another office building was also awarded in the category Best Refurbished Building: Dreischeibenhaus in Dusseldorf (Developer: Momeni Projektentwicklung. Architect: HPP Hentrich – Petschnigg & Partner GmbH + Co.)
Selcuk Ecza Headquarters, Istambul (Developer: Selcuk Ecza Holding. Progetto Tabanlıoğlu Architects : Melkan Gürsel & Murat Tabanlıoğlu).
Like a small county settlement, juxtaposition of seven house-like volumes with hipped roofs forms the office campus.The individual ‘houses’ integrate to each other either through gardens, roof gardens, upper or lower patios and paths and atriums. The brown color of the exterior brings up the soft wood effect and unifies the structure. Daylight enters through roofs and all transparent sides, creating a diffused lighting mood in the spacious internal space until the basement floor.
Dreischeibenhaus, Dusseldorf (Developer: MOMENI Projektentwicklung. Architect: HPP Hentrich – Petschnigg & Partner GmbH + Co.)
Dreischeibenhaus provides 35.000 m² of upgraded state-of-the-art office space in the heart of Düsseldorf’s CBD. This high-rise building, former headquarter of Thyssen Krupp, is already a unique heritage landmark and famous throughout Germany. Designed by internationally-renowned HPP Architects, the completed refurbishment is in compliance with LEED Gold Standard Green Building Criteria. Particular highlights are the façade, an impressive two-story entrance lobby, spectacular roof terraces and sustainable engineering.