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Winner: Benidorm Waterfront, Benidorm (Alicante) Spain by Office of Architecture in Barcelona
Benidorm is perhaps the one Spanish town where the massive industry of leisure and tourism has turned into a paradigm, the promenade in Benidorm, a new transitional location between built city and the natural space of sea and beach, was officially opened in July 2009.


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Shortlisted: Urban Park Railway Cover Theresienhöhe, Munich, Germany by Topotek 1
An unusual open space project was opened in the Munich city quarter of Theresienhoehe in June 2010. Built on the thin engineered membrane of a railway bridge construction on the former site of the Munich fair, the project represents an artificial and artistic landscape that is in many respects multilayered and hybrid.


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Shortlisted: Barry Curtis Park, Auckland, New Zealand by isthmus
Barry Curtis Park is the largest urban park to be built in New Zealand for over a century. The 100ha park has been masterplanned to closely integrate with the new town of Flat Bush, which by 2020 is planned to become a resilient, flexible and sustainable community of over 40,000 people.


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Shortlisted: Conversion Old and New Harbour Bremerhaven, Germany by Latz + Partner Landscape Architects Urban Planners
The project's main objective has been to offer a strong and flexible framework in terms of structure and material for the different urban demands and building activities of a town, which has to make progress in its social, economic and ecological change.


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Shortlisted: Marina Bay Waterfront Promenade, Singapore, Singapore by Cox Architects and Planners
This important addition to Singapore's heart in Marina Bay exemplifies advanced architectural and engineering design in the urban redevelopment of a global city. The project's aesthetic and environmental initiatives signposts a way forward for future urban design innovation.


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Shortlisted: The Garden that Climbs The Stairs, Bilbao, Spain by balmori associates
Diana Balmori and her landscape and urban design practice Balmori Associates were invited to propose a temporary urban garden as part of the second edition of the International Garden Competition of Bilbao, Spain - Bilbao Jardín.


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