LEAF Awards 2016October 2016, London, UK
We are delighted to announce that the LEAF (Leading European Architecture Forum) Awards will be returning in October 2016 in London where an audience of more than 100+ leading senior architect figures will convene to celebrate excellence in design and construction and network with the world’s elite architectural community. The LEAF Awards has been running for over 14 years and all shortlisted and winning projects are recognised as setting the benchmark for the best in the industry
Be part of the LEAF Awards to have your work recognised by the best in the global design industry!
We look forward to another year of celebrating the best that global architecture has to offer and celebrating with you in London in October when we announce our 2016 winners.
The deadline for entry is the 22nd April.
The deadline for the requested materials is the 27th April.
He studied architecture at The Faculty of Architecture, “La Sapienza” University of Rome where He graduated in 2005. He has been a senior architect for n!studio international Italian firm based in Rome leader in exhibition and Museum design, he has worked through all design stages.
LEAF is honored to recognize Santiago Calatrava for his unique vision and ability to transform cities through impactful design. From New York to Rio to Doha, Mr. Calatrava has crafted spaces that are both visually striking and forward-thinking. His work, both iconic and inspirational, has left an indelible mark on the discipline
LEAF are delighted to announce the new Leaf Awards Category Sponsor - Public Building of the Year announced as Colcom Group - a leader in the field of systems and accessories for tempered glass, manufactures hinges, locks and fastenings for doors and tempered glass panels.
Carlo Castelli of AECOM joins the judging panel for 2016
Internationalization, a winning strategy
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Demolition contractor Erith has started construction on £400m Marble Arch Place, which is the development being carried out by Almacantar and The Portman Estate.
Developer and managing company for accommodation Unite Students has secured a project to develop a site in central Birmingham.
Salford Council has approved the construction of a 44-storey tower to be built at Exchange Court in the Greengate area near Greater Manchester, UK.
After being closed for 16 months, New Haven's Yale Center for British Art was reopened to the public last week.