In pictures: Future Projects Awards 2014

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image captionNow in their 12th year, the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards are the only ones to focus exclusively on proposed builds or incomplete projects. First place in the Sustainability category went to Osamu Morishita for Next Generation Container Port.
image captionThe Big Urban Projects winner is Paojiang Lake in Shaoxing, China by Paul Lukez Architecture with CRJA Landscape Architects and Green Design Union.
image captionThe Cultural Regeneration category winner was Mossessian & Partners/Yassir Khalil Studio for their Place Lalla Yeddouna in Fez, Morocco, designed for the government.
image captionVanke Jiugong, winner in the Mixed-use category, is a project which forms the vibrant urban hub of a new residential development in the southern outskirts of Beijing.
image captionEller + Eller Architekten won the offices category with their design, FGS Campus - Flick Gocke Schaumburg, in Dusseldorf, Germany.
image captionFirst place in the Old and New category went to Luca Peralta Studio for their Transforming Social Houses into Sociable Homes in Brescia, Italy.
image captionRegeneration and Master planning winner, for Eiland Veur Lent in Nijmegen, Netherlands, was Baca Architects. The brief called for a 70m residential tower and a new footbridge.
image captionResidential buildings winner was Sky Courts in Mumbai by Sanjay Puri for Tanash Environments.
image captionThe Alfriston Pool designed for Alfriston School in Beaconsfield, England by Duggan Morris Architects won the Sports and Leisure category. The project seeks to extend an existing school sports department to provide a new four lane swimming pool, changing facilities, gym, fitness suite and administration block.
image captionThe winner for Tall Buildings was Herzog and de Meuron for the east London proposal, One Wood Wharf.
image captionThe Sultangazi Market Hall in Istanbul, Turkey by Suyabatmaz Demirel Architects won the Retail and Leisure category. The Overall Winner prize in the MIPIM Architectural Review Future Project Awards will be revealed on 12 March 2014.

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