Vietnam’s 10 most-active property developers and architecture firms were awarded at the annual BCI Asia Awards ceremony held on June 30.
The portfolios of the top developers for 2022 are valued at $1.82 billion, while those of the 2022 elite architecture firms comprise $9.71 billion worth of properties scheduled to start construction in Vietnam this year.
These firms were chosen based on the greatest aggregate value of projects under construction during the last full calendar year, weighted by the extent of their sustainability efforts. For architecture firms, pre-tender projects were included to recognize early incorporation of green design efforts.
At the annual BCI Asia Awards ceremony on June 30, the Top 10 Developers Award 2022 for Vietnam was given to BCG Land Joint Stock Company, BRG Group, BW Industrial Development JSC, CapitaLand Development (Vietnam), Danh Khoi Joint Stock Company, Flamingo Holding Group, Hoang Huy Group, Hung Thinh Land Joint Stock Company, Nam Long Investment Corporation, and Vinhomes JSC.
From left to right: Vo Manh Tin (BCG Land), Wyeren Yap (CapitaLand), Nguyen Thi Hanh (Flamingo Holding Group), Vo Van Thu (Hung Thinh Land), Do Ngoc Diep (IFC_International Finance Corporation), Hoang Thuy Vy (Vinhomes), Vo Chi Anh (BCI Central), Van Viet Son (Nam Long Investment), Pham Thi Thu Huyen (Hoang Huy Group), Nguyen Quoc Cuong (Danh Khoi JSC), KK Zhou (BW), Tran Anh Tuan (BRG Group). Photo by BCI Asia Awards
The BCI Asia Top 10 Architects Award 2022 was won by Alinco Ltd, Archetype Vietnam Ltd, Archivina Construction Technology Consultant & Investment JSC, Baumschlager Eberle Architekten, HAS Architecture JSC, Humphreys & Partners (Vietnam) Design Co Ltd, Huni Architectes, Kume Design Asia Co Ltd, NDA – New Design Associates Limited (NDA Group), TwoG Architecture JSC.
From left to right: Vu The Anh (Alinco), Catarina Canas (Baumschlager Eberle Architekten), Nguyen Viet Thang (Humphreys & Partners), Yasuyuki Nakamura (Kume Design Asia), Emmanuel Delarue (NDA), Do Ngoc Diep (IFC_International Finance Corporation), Vo Chi Anh (BCI Central), Nguyen Thi Hoang Giang (TwoG Architecture), Pierre Huyard (Huni Architectes), Nguyen Hoang (HAS Architecture), Nguyen Hai Anh (Archivina), Regis Robin (Archetype). Photo by BCI Asia Awards
The event also showcased regional winners and merit recipients of Asia’s leading Green design competition FuturArc Prize and BCI Asia Interior Design Awards 2022. Details will be made available on FuturArc and Construction Plus platforms for each respective competition in the coming months.
The third place winner was handed to the team of Nguyen Tien Huy, Nguyen Thanh Lam, Nguyen Quang Linh, Han Phung Van Trang, Tran Thanh Tung, with their project named “Revival Waste”.
Merit Awards went to “Touch of Change” project (belongs to team of Nguyen Dang Anh Vy, Nguyen Duyen Hong Anh, Lam Thu Ngoc Ha, Pham Hoang Tu Uyen, Luu Di Tuong, Low Garden project (belongs to team of Nguyen Kien To, Chu Minh Duc); Wastefilter project (belongs to team of Le Quoc Tuan, Dang Ngoc Hoang Bao, Le Hoang Chau, Nguyen Hoang Thien Ni, Tran Kha Phoi); Nung project (belongs to team of Duong Thai Hung, Nguyen Duc Long Quan, Lao Thi Giang, Tran Dinh Thuy Du, Huynh Hieu Yen Thi); and San Chung project (belongs to team of Nguyen Cao Hoai Nam, Dao Van Quan, Van Nhat Tan, Thieu Luu Hoang Bao Dai, Ngo The Quang).
FuturArc Prize (FAP) 2022 asks students how corporate, private, state-owned entities in Asia could be reinterpreted as civic or public spaces that are good, inviting, safe and sustainable.
BCI Asia Interior Design Awards (IDA) 2022 calls for ID projects based on how well a specific interior space is designed by size: Small (S): maximum 300 square meters; Medium (M): between 301 and 1,000 square meters; Large (L): above 1,001 square meters.
The Vietnamese winners were Flamingo Cat Ba resorts (Flamingo Holding Group) in the Medium category; Villa LP (Nghia – Architect) in the Large category.
The event was sponsored by the International Finance Corporation (IFC), Häfele Vietnam, Kohler, Niro Ceramic Vietnam, Technal, An Cuong Wood-Working JSC, Retro-Max Vietnam, Teka Vietnam & Viega. Photo by BCI Asia Awards
Celebrating 17 years of building and design leadership, BCI Asia Awards remains one of the most coveted awards in the regional building industry while serving as a platform for domestic and international networking among elite architecture firms, property developers, manufacturers and service providers.
The BCI Construction Media Group reports future construction projects in the Asia Pacific region. BCI bridges the information gap between design consultants seeking to specify products for their projects and suppliers seeking to inform them about building products and new construction technologies. In doing so, BCI Asia conducts more than 250,000 face-to-face and phone interviews with architects, developers, engineers and contractors every year, reporting on approximately $400 billion worth of projects.
Besides promoting efficiency and transparency through its research services, BCI also publishes the award-winning FuturArc journal, Construction+ magazine and other architectural books.
For more information or to see the winners of the Top Ten Awards, visit www.bciasiaawards.com.
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