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The buildings nominated for the International High-Rise Award 2024/25 have now been announced:

by | Thursday, 11. July 2024

International High-Rise Award 2024/25: 31 High-Rise Projects Nominated Globally

The buildings nominated for the International High-Rise Award 2024/25 have now been announced: they have been selected from more than 1,000 new high-rises worldwide dating from the past two years. In autumn, the five finalists will be announced. Then, on November 12, 2024, the winner of the International High-Rise Award will be presented in the Paulskirche (St. Paul’s Church) in Frankfurt/Main.

The award has been organized jointly by the City of Frankfurt/Main, Deutsches Architekturmuseum (DAM) and DekaBank since 20 years. It was initiated in response to the global boom in this key discipline that has been observable since the start of the new millennium.

The DAM’s research in this year confirmed the ongoing trend seen in favor of mixed-use high-rises, a form of tall building that since 2014 has repeatedly been in evidence among the IHRA finalists. What were in the past special features such as buildings completely clad in greenery or the construction of clusters of towers have long since become part of the new normal. As a result of the lack of suitable construction sites and the growing eco awareness, the focus in high-rise construction is increasingly on the use of existing buildings.

While the majority of tall buildings continue to be erected in China, followed by the USA, at present Australia and Singapore have emerged as exciting hubs of high-rise architecture. In the final instance, projects from 13 different countries were nominated for the long list of the International High-Rise Award 2024–5, which consisted of 31 high-rises from five continents.

Weitere Infos zu den Nominierungen: www.international-highrise-award.com

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