Winner: Fosseslynga, Eidfjord, Norway by
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'Fosseslynga' is a competition entry for The National Road Department at Vøringsfossen in Eidfjord, Norway. A national icon and one of the most visited sites as a tourist attraction, it is a key project for the National Tourist Routes.
Shortlisted: Man-Built Island of Dongqian Lake,
Ningbo, China by Hassell
Intense usage of the Dongqian lakeside areas for tourism is leading to significant negative impacts on the environment - the depletion of natural resources, the pollution of waterways and the reduced health of the lake's fish population.
Shortlisted: Shunde New City, Guangdong,
China by SWA Group
This 72-sq-km new-city design weaves a constructed wetland delta system into a multimodal city, restoring bird and wildlife habitat for the larger Pearl River Delta and expanding flood storage capacity.
Shortlisted: Fayetteville 2030: Transit City
Scenario, Fayetteville, United States by
University of Arkansas Community Design
By 2030 Fayetteville, Arkansas is projected to add more than 55,000 people to its population of 73,000, entailing an additional 28,000 housing starts for a city with 32,000 dwelling units.
Shortlisted: La Piedad River Regeneration,
México City, Mexico by Taller 13 Arquitectura
The proposed project to regenerate Río La Piedad begins at the rivers origin on the hills west of the Anahuac Basin, in Mexico City, and after traversing it entirely, ends, along with the river, on the eastern edge of the city in the deep drainage system, it should end up in Lake Texcoco.
Shortlisted: Crossrail Paddington Station,
London, UK by Weston Williamson
Paddington station is undergoing the most significant change since the historic station was completed to Brunel's design. The new architectural works at Paddington include: a new station serving Crossrail; a new station serving London Underground;