14 Aug 23

Triumphs at the Pro+ Awards in China

Ella Bi and Ray Yuen at the Pro + Awards ceremony.

The prestigious Pro + Awards, a premier accolade in China’s property sector, recently celebrated its 2022 winners. The event brought together industry trailblazers, including design consultancies, property owners, and design media outlets.

Woods Bagot Principals Ray Yuen and Carsten Lange, alongside Senior Interior Designer Ella Bi, were present at the ceremony. They proudly took back home the gold trophy for the China Merchants Tower Dome Renovation project, in addition to five silver awards. The winning projects encapsulate the work of four W-B China studios, reflecting the region’s well ongoing market development.

The Pro+ Awards pride themselves on professionalism, benchmarking, value, and credibility in China’s real estate industry. The awards promote “applicability, economy, green, and beauty” as their guiding principles. They champion sustainable and healthy urban development and annually select real estate projects that demonstrate genuine commercial, cultural, and social value. The selection process encompasses early-stage planning, post-evaluation, and comprehensive project management.

The Pro+ Awards are a collaborative initiative between the Architectural Society of Shanghai China (ASSC), the American Institute of Architects’ Shanghai branch (AIA Shanghai), and the Royal Institute of British Architects’ China Branch (RIBA China).

See the winning projects and gallery below:

  • Tengda Taizhou Center – Silver Winner, Commercial Building
  • AI PLAZA – Silver Winner, Façade
  • Hazens Sales Center – Silver Winner, Demonstration Zone
  • Nanjing Sanshan MixC – Silver Winner, Interior Design
  • Dongguan Songshanhu MixC – Silver Winner, Interior Design

Six Woods Bagot projects across China named winners at the Pro+ Awards

Woods Bagot is pleased to announce that six of our projects have recently been recognized at the 2022 Pro+ Awards spanning a variety of sectors and disciplines ranging from architecture to interior design.

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Shirley Hao
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