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              Emporis Skyscraper Award 2016

              Best new skyscraper stands in New York City

              The winner of the annual Emporis Skyscraper Award for the best new Skyscraper of the year is spectacular 34-story residential building VIA 57 West in New York City, USA.

              The pyramid shaped winner, designed by the Danish architects BIG-Bjarke Ingels Group, was recognized by the award jury for its fascinating and extraordinary shape which breaks new ground in design. VIA 57 West is a hybrid between an European perimeter block and a classic American skyscraper.

              Claiming the second place is Torre Reforma from Mexico City, Mexico. With a height of 804 feet, it is Mexico City’s tallest skyscraper and also the world’s tallest exposed concrete structure. The jury specifically praises the intelligent environmental solution for a skyscraper. The building is composed of two exposed concrete walls and one main glass fa?ade. The concrete walls protect the interior from direct sunlight and reduces the cooling load. Mexico City is known for its high seismic activity. For this reason, Torre Reforma has a triangular footprint and combined with the latest engineering knowledge, it is supposed to withstand heavy winds and earthquakes for the next 2,500 years.

              In third place the expert jury voted Oasia Hotel Downtown, in Singapore. The project stands out with a remarkable red fa?ade and 21 different species of plants in 1793 planter boxes turning into an urban oasis. The facade is overgrown with different vines to ensure the building's facade is always lush and resilient during different weather conditions. Moreover, the tower offers four open sky gardens which allows wind to pass through the building for good ventilation.
              VIA 57 West - full-height view

              #1 VIA 57 West (U.S.A.)

              30
              467 ft
              34
              New York City
              BIG
              Torre Reforma - exterior photo

              #2 Torre Reforma (Mexico)

              27
              804 ft
              57
              Mexico City
              LBR Arquitectos
              Oasia Hotel Downtown - exterior photo

              #3 Oasia Hotel Downtown (Singapore)

              25
              624 ft
              27
              Singapore
              MahaNakhon - exterior photo

              #4 MahaNakhon (Thailand)

              23
              1,031 ft
              77
              Bangkok
              Elbphilharmonie, View from the west. - Topped Out

              #5 Elbphilharmonie (Germany)

              18
              361 ft
              25
              Hamburg
              56 Leonard Street - exterior photo

              #6 56 Leonard Street (U.S.A.)

              17
              821 ft
              57
              New York City
              CTF Finance Centre - representation

              #7 CTF Finance Centre (China)

              13
              1,739 ft
              111
              Guangzhou
              The L Tower, From the southwest - exterior photo

              #8 The L Tower (Canada)

              12
              673 ft
              59
              Toronto
              Beijing Greenland Dawangjing Tower - exterior photo

              #9 Beijing Greenland Dawangjing Tower (China)

              10
              853 ft
              55
              Beijing
              Sumitomo Fudosan Roppongi Grand Tower, View from the northwest - full-height view

              #10 Sumitomo Fudosan Roppongi Grand Tower (Japan)

              7
              757 ft
              43
              Tokyo