Museum Angewandte Kunst Schaumainkai 17 60594 Frankfurt am Main
The International Highrise Award 2022/23 presents a selection of current highrise buildings from all over the world according to the following criteria: future-oriented design, functionality, innovative building technology, integration into the urban fabric, sustainability, and economic feasibility. This year, 34 projects from 13 countries were nominated for the International Highrise Award. The exhibition presents all nominated buildings. The winner, announced at the award ceremony in Frankfurt‘s Paulskirche in early November 2022, will be documented in the show together with the finalists and the nominees by means of models, large-scale photos, drawings, texts and films.
The IHA 2022/23 finalists at a glance
Vancouver House, Vancouver, Canada Architects: BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group, Copenhagen, Denmark / New York NY, USA
TrIIIple Towers, Vienna, Austria Architects: Henke Schreieck Architekten, Vienna, Austria
The Bryant, New York NY, USA Architects: David Chipperfield Architects, London, UK
Singapore State Courts, Singapore Architects: Serie Architects, London, UK + Multiply Architects with CPG Consultants, Singapore
Quay Quarter Tower, Sydney, Australia Architects: 3XN, Copenhagen, Denmark