2015 LEAF Awards Winners Announced

Check out all the winning entries

by Angelica Marino
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On behalf of LEAF International, the official LEAF Judging panel are delighted to announce the 2015 winners. All winning projects demonstrate buildings that are setting the benchmark for the international architectural and design community.


LEAF International would like to thank all those who entered the Awards and all those who were present in celebrating at the Landmark Hotel in London, England. 

 

Here are this year’s winning projects:

 

Mixed–Use Building of the Year:

 

 

KAVELLARIS URBAN DESIGN KUD - 2 girls Building

 

 

Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy:

 

 

Architect Robby Cantarutti - Riverside Cabin

 

 

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy:

 

 

studio mk27 - V_Itaim

 

 

International Interior Design Award of the Year:

 

INNOCAD  - HQ ÖBB

 

 

Commercial Building of the Year:

 

 

LAN Architecture - Euravenir Tower

 

 

Hospitality Building of the Year

 

 

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP - Ribbon Chapel

 

 

Refurbishment of the Year:

 

Nikken.jp - ANA Crowne Plaza Hotel, Hiroshima Chapel

 

 

Public Building of the Year:

 

 

Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gürsel Tabanlioglu & Murat Tabanlioglu - Dakar Congress Center

 

 

Steven Holl Architects with JM Architects - Seona Reid Building – Glasgow School of Art

 

 

Best Sustainable Development of the Year:

 

 

Kaunitz Yeung Architecture - Wanarn Clinic

 

 

Henning Larsen Architects - Kolding Campus, University of Southern Denmark, SDU

 

 

Best Future Building of the Year – Drawing Board

 

 

Sanjay Puri architects - Reservoir

 

 

3TI Progetti Spa – 3TI LAB Srl - Civic Centre

 

 

Best Future Building of the Year – Under Construction

 

 

Andrew Bromberg of Aedas - The West Kowloon Terminus under the Hong Kong Section of the Express Rail Link project

 

 

Urban Design of the Year:

 

 

Henning Larsen Architects and Tredje Natur - Vinge Train Station

 

 

Best Façade Design and Engineering of the Year:

 

Logon Architecture - Shanghai Museum of Glass

 

 

Developer of the Year:

 

Battersea Power Station - Battersea Power Station

 

 

Lifetime Achievement Winner:

 

Moshe Safdie

 

 

Overall Winner:

 

 

Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP - Ribbon Chapel

 

 

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V_Itaim 147

V_Itaim

São Paulo / Brazil / 2014

Euravenir Tower 17

Euravenir Tower

Lille / France / 2014

Ribbon Chapel 231

Ribbon Chapel

Prefettura di Hiroshima / Japan / 2013

Dakar Congress Center 39

Dakar Congress Center

Senegal / 2014

Kolding Campus, University of Southern Denmark 154

Kolding Campus, University of Southern Denmark

Kolding / Denmark / 2014

Vinge Train Station 35

Vinge Train Station

Vinge / Denmark / 2017