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And the LEAF AWARD 2014 goes to…. BIG library!

Atelier RK and CoCo architecture are pleased to announce that the Gourdon Communal Library (BIG) received the prize for restoration of the year at the LEAF AWARD 2014, in Dusseldorf, Germany.

The judging panel consisted of:

Carlo Castelli (AECOM)
Alan Crawford (Crawford Partnership)
Firas Hnoosh (BDP)
Božana Komljenovic (Zaha Hadid)
Rysia Suchecka (NBBJ)
Lev Libeskind (Daniel Libeskind)
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photo credit : Edouard Decam

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Discover BIG project sheet on Atelier RK website

This year’s winning projects:

Mixed-Use Building of the Year
Tabanlioglu Architects Melkan Gursel & Murat Tabanlioglu, Esas Aeropark, Istanbul, Turkey
Residential Building of the Year – Single Occupancy
studio mk27, P house, Sao Paulo, Brazil

Residential Building of the Year – Multiple Occupancy
Mount Fuji Architects Studio, Seto, Fukuyama-shi, Hiroshima

International Interior Design Award
Wilmotte & Associés SA, Rijksmuseum,Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Commercial Building of the Year
studio mk27, cultura bookstore, Sao Paulo, Brazil
Hospitality Building of the Year
Boogertman + Partners Architects, Steyn City Club House, Johannesburg, South Africa

Refurbishment of the Year
CoCo Architecture, BIG Library, Gourdon, France

Public Building of the Year
O’Donnell + Tuomey / London School of Economics and Political Science, Saw Swee Hock Student Centre, London, UK

Best Sustainable Development of the Year
Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia

Best Future Building of the Year – Drawing Board
MZ Architects, The Ring House, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Best Future Building of the Year – Under Construction
Aedas, Mongkok Residence, Hong Kong

Special Commendation
INUCE AG, Dirk U. Moench, Luoyuan Church, Fuzhou City, Fujian Province

Urban Design of the Year
Maisam Architects & Engineers, A Gateway to Petra, Wadi Musa, Jordan

The Overall Winner
Ateliers Jean Nouvel and PTW Architects, One Central Park, Sydney, Australia