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THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue
THE ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 An international review and catalogue

THE ARCHITECTURAL

REVIEW

MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005

An international review and catalogue of emerging projects in association with The Architectural Review

THE AWARD CATEGORIES

The eight awards categories are not mutually exclusive, for example, a project could be eligible for both the offices and tall buildings categories. Entrants should choose their preferred category, or enter a project in more than one category: a fee is payable for each category entered. The judges reserve the right to switch an entry to a category that, in their view, is more appropriate than the one entered. Entries for all categories can come from both public authorities and the public sector.

OFFICES Offices may be purpose-built or speculative. Judges will be interested in the contribution the project makes to its context in terms of urban design and its human qualities, as well as the attributes of the building, particularly in enhancing workplace productivity.

supported by

in enhancing workplace productivity. supported by RETAIL AND LEISURE This award will go to the project

RETAIL AND LEISURE This award will go to the project that best responds to both its urban context and the needs and aspirations of its target customers. For customers in retail and leisure developments, the interior experience will be a key factor in the potential success of a development, which will in its turn have to respond creatively to the challenges of today’s urban agenda with its emphasis on mixed-use sustainability and connectivity within the urban fabric. A winning entry will demonstrate outstanding creativity in all these areas.

supported by

outstanding creativity in all these areas. supported by MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITIES Entries in this category will be

MASTERPLANNED COMMUNITIES Entries in this category will be large-scale, predominantly residential, vibrant sustainable urban communities where generations to come will choose to live, work and play. Merit will be given where there is evidence of applying an inclusive approach to meeting all stakeholders’ aspirations to deliver socially, environmentally and economically successful regeneration.

supported by

and economically successful regeneration. supported by BIG URBAN PROJECTS Judges will be looking for entries that

BIG URBAN PROJECTS Judges will be looking for entries that have successfully demonstrated that they can make a major contribution to the regeneration of towns and cities. In particular the proposed development respects the quality of the built environment in the wider community as well as the strategic issues of social responsibility, transport and sustainability.

supported by

responsibility, transport and sustainability. supported by RESIDENTIAL This category concerns groups of houses and/or

RESIDENTIAL This category concerns groups of houses and/or apartment developments. Urban design and site planning will be important considerations for the judges, as well as creative and innovative solutions and the human qualities of individual dwelling-types and groups.

supported by

of individual dwelling-types and groups. supported by T ALL BUILDINGS This category covers tall buildings of

TALL BUILDINGS This category covers tall buildings of all kinds. Projects entered in the category should be examples of the way in which such buildings can contribute to the public realm at street level and, where relevant, create new public places.

supported by

and, where relevant, create new public places. supported by INNOVATION AWARD FOR MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY This

INNOVATION AWARD FOR MATERIALS AND TECHNOLOGY This award recognizes the steadily increasing contribution which emerging concepts, alternative construction methods, sustainable design, innovative materials and IT applications are making to both new and refurbished properties. Judging criteria will include the demonstrable benefit of the application; the extent of innovation; the financial/marketing/environmental context of the proposal; and life cycle costing.

supported by

extent of innovation; the financial/marketing/environmental context of the proposal; and life cycle costing. supported by

THE MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005

MIPIM, the international property market, will attract over 16 000 delegates, the elite of the property world, to Cannes between 8 and 11 March 2005. The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards are for unbuilt or incomplete projects. The judges are looking for schemes that both respond to the client’s development brief and are examples of fine architecture. Projects completed more than a year ago are eligible for the long-running MIPIM Awards competition.

Call for entries The Architectural Review, which since its inception in 1896 has been devoted to excellence in architecture and environmental design, invites entries to the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards 2005. The deadline for entries is 3 December 2004.

All entries to the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards will be displayed at MIPIM and published in a catalogue which will be given to all delegates on registration. Selected winning entries will be examined in a seminar at Cannes on the afternoon of Wednesday 9 March, followed by the presentation of the Awards. There will be a private dinner for winning entrants and selected guests the same evening.

Entry deadline 3 December 2004 For more information www.arplus.com

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JURY International experts chaired by Paul Finch, Editorial Director of The Architectural Review. The President of the MIPIM Awards, Peter Cole, will be an honorary jury member.

ELIGIBILITY Who Can Enter? Developers, funders, architects, contractors and others who can demonstrate involvement in the submission.

In the event of the scheme being selected for

a platform review at MIPIM, the designer,

developer, owner or funding source will be

invited.

What Can Be Entered? Entries to the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards and Catalogue will be limited to projects on the drawing board, or under construction, and showing proposals in context.

Categories

For full Award details see over.

• Offices

• Retail and leisure

• Masterplanned communities

• Big urban projects

• Residential

• Tall buildings

• Innovation Award for materials and technology

WINNING ENTRIES The jury will make awards in each category, and the best overall project will be given the MIPIM Architectural Review Best of Show Future Project Prize, to be presented at the MIPIM Awards ceremony. After the seminar on 9 March, where selected winning projects will be discussed, a Sponsor’s Award will be presented to the winner of each category. Winning entrants will be invited to a private dinner hosted by The Architectural Review.

Seminar Selected winning entries will be presented by the project team at a seminar on the afternoon of 9 March. A panel discussion will then take place, panel members will be invited for their knowledge and expertise.

Publication The overall winning entry and all category winners will be reviewed in the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards Catalogue which will be made available on registration to all MIPIM delegates at Cannes. These entries may be

featured in the daily MIPIM News along with interviews.In addition, all unpremiated entries will be shown in the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards Catalogue.

Prize Giving, the Best of Show The overall winning entry will be presented at the MIPIM Awards Ceremony.

Exhibition All entries will be exhibited at the MIPIM Palais, branded ‘MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Preview 2005’.

ENTRY REQUIREMENTS Entrants are invited to submit two A2 boards incorporating both images and text, showing

* the proposal and its urban context

* brief physical description of the project

* its intended use.

In addition to the A2 boards, please provide

a CD with the text saved as a word

document and images saved at 300 dpi CMYK actual size. Text in English should be limited to 400 words including appropriate design credits. Visual material should include a context image; site plan; selected plans, sections, elevations and perspectives using any graphic technique desired. There is no limit to the number of entries. CD–ROMS, videos, transparencies, models, prototypes and multiple schemes entered on one board will NOT be accepted. Entry will acknowledge that The Architectural Review has the right to

reproduce materials in whole or part without payment of copyright (where we are given their names, photographers will be acknowledged).

Entry Fees The entry fee for each project entered is 500, £330, US$500 made payable to The Architectural Review.

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FIRM/PRACTICE

Entry Forms Each submission must have a separate entry form. All entrants must be named in the submission. Please copy the entry form where necessary.

Entry Deadline Deadline for receipt of entries is 3 December 2004. Judging will take place later in the month, and Award winners will be notified by e-mail by 21 December 2004.

Award Winners and MIPIM Reduced Delegate Fee Those attending MIPIM for the first time will be eligible for a reduced delegate fee. Further details: tina@battle-associates.co.uk

Delivery, Documentation and Return of Entries Entries should be properly packaged and clearly marked ‘AR MIPIM’ on the outside. They should be sent to:

The Architectural Review, 151 Rosebery Avenue, London EC1R 4GB, United Kingdom.

Documentation Please ensure entries arrive by the closing date. Entries posted on the closing date will be accepted but must be received before 9 December 2004.

IMPORTANT: Your entry must be marked as NCV (no commercial value) on any courier documentation. The Architectural Review will NOT accept any courier charges or taxes resulting from delivery. Personal deliveries to the AR editorial offices are accepted during normal working hours. Return of Entries Entries will not be returned. The MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards assumes no liability for loss or damage of entries.

The MIPIM Architectural Future Project Awards are organized by The Architectural Review and Battle Associates.

If you have any questions about the awards please email tina@battle-associates.co.uk

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MIPIM ARCHITECTURAL REVIEW FUTURE PROJECT AWARDS 2005 ENTRY FORM Deadline: 3 December 2004

Please complete this entry form as clearly as possible. Photocopies may be used. Complete in capital letters. MIPIM Award entry details from www.MIPIM.com

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