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In pictures: Future Projects Awards 2017

The winners of the 2017 Architectural Review MIPIM Future Projects Awards have been announced, with this year's prizes going to projects from eight countries across 11 categories.

Image copyright REX Architecture
Image caption Rex Architecture's 2050 M Street - commissioned by Tishman Speyer for the heart of the central business district, between Dupont Circle and Washington Circle, Washington, DC - won the Offices category.
Image copyright Wright and Wright Architects
Image caption Wright and Wright Architects' Lambeth Palace Library and Archive in London - an occupied wall rising into a compact tower, with a multi-functional public viewing space with views of Westminster over the river Thames - won the Old and New category.
Image copyright Steven Christensen Architecture
Image caption Steven Christensen Architecture's Liepaja Thermal Bath and Resort in Latvia won the Retail and Leisure category.
Image copyright Allies & Morrison
Image caption Allies & Morrison's new city, Madinat Al Irfan - a model for sustainable development for growing cities, commissioned by Oman Tourism Development Company, outside capital Muscat - won the Big Urban Projects category.
Image copyright Studio Pei-Zhu
Image caption Studio Pei-Zhu's kiln-style Museum of Imperial Kiln, Jingdezhen, China, the historical home of porcelain, won the Cultural Regeneration category.
Image copyright Utopia Arkitekter AB
Image caption Utopia Arkitekter AB's continued development of New Hovas in the south of Gothenburg won the Regeneration and Masterplanning category.
Image copyright Rafael Vinoly Architects PC
Image caption The Hills at Vallco, Cupertino, US - by Rafael Vinoly Architects PC for Abu Dhabi Investment Authority and Sand Hill Property Company - won the Mixed Use category.
Image copyright AndArchitects
Image caption AndArchitects' Power Court Stadium - a 22,500-capacity ground for Luton Town FC alongside a major regeneration of the area - won the Sport and Stadiums category.
Image copyright Tan'ck Architect
Image caption Tan'ck Architect for Exsim Development's Ceylonz Suites in Kuala Lumpur won the Tall Buildings category.
Image copyright GAD Architecture
Image caption Media City in Istanbul - a public, office, and retail development by GAD Architecture for Istanbul Chamber of Commerce - won Jeu d'Esprit category.
Image copyright PES-Architects Ltd
Image caption PES-Architects' Sino-Finnish Economic, Trade and Cultural Cooperation Centre in Nanjing won the Innovation category.
Image copyright Tabanlioglu Architects
Image caption Tabanlioglu Architects' Husame Koklu Women's Community and Production Centre in Bayburt, Turkey, won the Civic and Community category.
Image copyright Tabanlioglu Architects
Image caption Tabanlioglu Architects also won the Residential category and were overall winners for 2017 with 118 East 59th Street Residences - a 320ft (100m) tower at the nexus of New York's Upper East Side and Midtown, three blocks from Central Park and Madison and Fifth Avenue.