Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012, Designs

Asia Pacific Property Awards Winners 2012, Buildings, Designs, Architects, Properties News

Asia Pacific Property Awards : Architects

Contemporary Architecture Prize Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

4 + 2 May 2012

Asia Pacific Property Awards News

Aedas scoops 8 honours at Asia Pacific Property Awards

The Asia Pacific Property Awards presentation ceremony held on 28 April in Kuala Lumpur saw Aedas winning 8 prestigious awards amidst this year’s keen competition.

Center 66, Wuxi by Aedas:
Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 winner - Center 66, Wuxi building in China by Aedas Architects
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Center 66 from Hang Lung Properties, a mixed use development of 376,800 sqm straddling across two sites conjoined by a public plaza hosting a cluster of heritage buildings in Wuxi, PRC, won “5 Star Award, Best Mixed Use Architecture for China”, and subsequently won “Best Mixed Use Architecture Award for Asia Pacific”.

Oasis Mall in Sanya building design by Aedas Architects:
Oasis Mall in Sanya building design by Aedas Architects - Asia Pacific Property Awards 2012 winner
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For the fluid design inspired by the scenic region’s fishing heritage, Oasis Mall in Sanya, PRC won “5 Star Award, Best Retail Architecture for China” and subsequently “Best Retail Architecture for Asia Pacific”. The iconic shopping and lifestyle destination with a low carbon environmental design responds to the natural setting of the scenic location, giving rise to a unique leisure experience.

The two projects will later represent the Asia Pacific region to contend for the International Property Awards to be held in London in November this year.

18 Kowloon East building design by Aedas Architects:
18 Kowloon East building design by Aedas Architects - Asia Pacific Property Awards
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Winning the “5 Star Award, Best Office Architecture for Hong Kong” is 18 Kowloon East, a mixed use building in the traditionally industrial area of Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong, given a twist to the typology with an out of the box green feature design at the podium level.

Also recognised are City University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Research Institute Building, Sanya Residential Development and Crowne Plaza Hotel in Huizhou.

Named “Highly Commended, Public Service Architecture for China”, City University of Hong Kong (Shenzhen) Research Institute Building is a research facility located in the university village in Shenzhen, PRC, a context that requires the unique identity to also blend in with the existing developments.

The low rise sinuous complex of Sanya Residential Development was given “Highly Commended, Architecture Multiple Residence for China”, a design that utilises the contrasting interplay of weight and lightness in the pursuit of harmony with the surrounding green hills. Crowne Plaza Hotel in Huizhou, PRC, was named “Highly Commended, Hotel Architecture for China”, with its flowing design that allows for a playful weave between the building and the surrounding open space.

The awards form part of the International Property Awards, one of the world’s most prestigious property competition established 18 years ago.

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Aedas : news

Location: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Southeast Asia

Malaysia Architectural Designs

Malaysian Architecture Designs – chronological list

Malaysian Building Designs – architectural selection below:

YTL Corporation Berhad, 205 Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur
Interior Design: MOD, Architects
YTL Headquarters Kuala Lumpur building interior
photo : David Yeow Photography
YTL Corporation Berhad
YTL Corporation Berhad, a large Malaysian infrastructure conglomerate founded in 1955, grew from a small construction firm into a global infrastructure company spanning oil & gas, cement, construction, property development and hotels.

BiodiverCity Masterplan, Penang South Islands, north west Malaysia
Architects: BIG
BiodiverCity Masterplan Penang South Islands
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BiodiverCity Masterplan
BIG, Hijjas and Ramboll are selected as winners of Penang State Government’s international competition to design a masterplan for Penang South Islands, providing Penangites with approximately 4.6km of public beaches, 600 acres of parks and a 25km waterfront.

Supermax Global Headquarters, Klang
Design: Szczepaniak Astridge, Architects
Supermax Global Headquarters
Six Architects were invited to compete in an international competition to design and build the new global headquarters for Supermax, one of the largest suppliers of Medical Gloves and PPE in the world.

Malaysian Architecture

Asian Property Designs

Asian Building Designs – selection:

Asian Architecture

Australasian Architecture

American Architects

World Skyscrapers

Aedas Architects : projects list

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Narra Residences at Empire City in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, by 10 DESIGN - Asia Pacific Property Awards
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Westgate Singapore 1
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