Due to demand, the presentation of the
prestigious LEAF Awards 2007 will now take place at the
distinguished Waldorf Hilton Hotel in Central London on 29
The LEAF Awards 2007 have set a new record, receiving their highest ever number of entries for their eleven categories that include the International Building of the Year, Young Architect of the Year and Structural Design of the Year
Maxwell Hutchinson, a past president of the Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA), renowned architect and TV and radio broadcaster will host the presentation and hundreds of well known and up and coming architects will be present at this spectacular dinner.
The LEAF Awards, now in their fourth year, recognise excellence within the architectural and design fields with architects from all over the world having entered this year’s awards. Former winners include: David Chipperfield for the America’s Cup Foredeck Building, Valencia, Spain; The Canadian War Museum, Ottawa, Canada by Moriyama & Teshima Architects of Toronto and Griffiths Rankin Cook Architects of Ottawa and Terry Farrell for The Green Building, Manchester, UK.
The distinguished panel of judges is led by Peter Murray, Chairman of Wordsearch, and curator of New London Architecture.
Chris Hayward, Managing Director of ViB events, organisers of the LEAF Awards said, “With a record level of top class entries this year and an outstanding panel of judges, the Awards are already proving to be a great success. The Waldorf will be the ideal venue for this major event in the international architecture industry calendar.”