Six KPF projects, ranging from master plans to mixed-use developments, have been shortlisted for the 2016 MIPIM Asia Awards.
The Awards recognize innovation and achievement in the design and development of a variety of project and building types. This year’s competition saw a total of 110 submitted projects across 13 categories.
The shortlisted projects were selected by a jury this past week and, following a vote by delegates attending the MIPIM Asia conference this November, will be awarded Gold, Silver, or Bronze recognition during the event’s gala dinner.
The winning projects included two entries to the Best Mixed-Use Development shortlist, the Hangzhou Xizi International Center in Hangzhou, China, and Tokyo Garden Terrace, in Tokyo, Japan. The Harbin Bank Headquarters complex in Harbin, China, snagged a spot on the Best Office & Business Development shortlist, while the Shanghai DreamCenter was recognized on the Best Urban Regeneration shortlist.
In the unbuilt category, KPF’s master plan for the Dongjiadu district in Shanghai, China, won as Best Chinese Futura Mega Project, and the Bumi Serpong Damai (BSD) City master plan for Jakarta, Indonesia won Best Futura Mega Project.