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MIPIM Awards 2024, winners announced

The awards ceremony was held on Thursday, March 14 at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes

MIPIM Awards 2024, winners announced
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MIPIM Awards 2024 winning projects were announced on Thursday evening, March 14, at the Palais des Festivals in Cannes, where the awards ceremony was held. The MIPIM Awards annual contest rewards the best completed and unfinished real estate projects around the world.

The 2024 edition saw the participation of 200 projects from 39 different countries. From these, 40 finalists were identified and, finally, the winners were selected in the ten categories under the award, as well as a Special jury award.

MIPIM, the international trade fair dedicated to the world of real estate, which brings together investors, developers, planners and real estate experts in Cannes every year, took place from March 12 to 15, with a rich program of seminars, debates, awards and meetings. In particular, a new summit focusing on sustainable housing solutions, titled Housing Matters!, was launched this year in collaboration with Co-Liv. During the conference, held on the eve of the fair, possible responses to the growing demand for housing were explored: for example, co-living, build-to-rent and corporate housing models.

This year, the MIPIM Awards jury focused on projects that seek to enhance the built environment’s prospects, in line with ESG goals. The winners were chosen on a 60:40 basis: 60% based on the jury vote, and 40% from the votes cast on-site and on-line by MIPIM delegates.           

The six key criteria were overall sustainability, integration of the project in its environment and community, quality of the user experience, economic contribution, originality of the concept, and architectural qualities.



MIPIM Awards 2024 Winners

Best conversion project and Best mixed-use project: Royale Belge
Brussels, Belgium

Architects: Caruso St John Architects / Bovenbouw Architectuur / DDS+ / Ma² / Atelier Eole
Developers: APE / CORES Development / Foresite / Urbicoon



Best cultural, sports & education project: Esbjerg Maritime Center
Esbjerg, Denmark

Architects: WERK & Snøhetta
Developer: Esbjerg Municipality



Best hospitality, tourism & leisure project: ATMOSPHERE by Krallerhof
Leogang, Austria

Architect: Hadi Teherani Architects GmbH
Developer: Hotel Krallerhof Altenberger GmbH



Best industrial & logistics project and Special jury award: ESR Higashi Ogishima Distribution Centre
Kawasaki, Japan

Architect: Tokyu Construction, Takato Tamagami Architectural Design, Watanabe Mio Design Office
Developer: ESR Group Limited



Best office & business project: St. John’s Terminal
New York, United States

Architect: COOKFOX Architects
Developer: Oxford Properties
Others: Gensler; AAI Architects, P.C.; LUMEN ARCHITECTURE, PLLC



Best residential project: Living Places Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark

Developer: VELUX
Architect: EFFEKT
Others: Artelia, Enemærke & Petersen



Best urban regeneration project: BASSIN 7
Aarhus, Denmark

Architects: SLETH, BIG, GEHL
Developers: Anpartsselskabet Kilden & Mortensen, Bassin 7 Erhverv ApS and Bassin 7 Bolig ApS
Others: Aarhus Municipality, Bureau Detours, Hans Krull and Peter Birk



Best new development: Casa BFF
Milan, Italy

Architect: OBR
Developer: BFF Banking Group



Best new mega development: The Ellinikon Commercial Hub
Metropolitan Pole of Hellinikon, Athens, Greece

Architects: Aedas
Developer: Lamda Development S.A.


>>> Discover also MIPIM Awards 2023 winners

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