Best Highrises 2014/2015 – Internationaler Hochhaus Preis 2014 exhibition in Frankfurt

Ateliers Jean Nouvel, Steven Holl, Jean Nouvel, OMA,

Barcelona, Spain, Paris, Sydney, Rotterdam, Frankfurt, Milan, Sydney, Australia, Australia,

Hotel, Bar, Sport & Wellness,


All the projects shortlisted for the Best Highrises 2014/2015 – Internationaler Hochhaus Preis 2014 are on exhibit in Frankfurt until February 2, 2015, including Bosco Verticale, the highrise designed by Stefano Boeri which came first in the prestigious competition.

Best Highrises 2014/2015 – Internationaler Hochhaus Preis 2014 exhibition in Frankfurt

Until February 2, 2015 visitors to the Deutsches Architekturmuseum in Frankfurt will be able to view Best Highrises 2014/2015 – Internationaler Hochhaus Preis 2014, an exhibition of projects shortlisted in the competition of the same name, the winner of which was announced on November 19: Bosco Verticale, a highrise built by Boeri Studio in Milan.

The exhibition features 26 skyscrapers all over the world shortlisted from among 800 entrants in the biennial competition.
In addition to Stefano Boeri’s Bosco Verticale, the four finalists will be featured in the exhibition:
“De Rotterdam” in Rotterdam, the Netherlands (151.3 metres), built by Office for Metropolitan Architecture (OMA) of Rotterdam,
“One Central Park” in Sydney, Australia (64.5 metres and 116 metres) and “Renaissance Barcelona Fira Hotel” in Barcelona, Spain (105 metres), both built by Ateliers Jean Nouvel of Paris,
“Sliced Porosity Block” in Chengdu, China (123 metres), built by Steven Holl Architects of New York.

(Agnese Bifulco)

Dates: November 20 2014 – February 2 2015
Location: Deutsches Architekturmuseum, Frankfurt, Germany

Images courtesy of Deutsches Architekturmuseum

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