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        Emporis Skyscraper Award 2007

        Het Strijkijzer wins Emporis Skyscraper Award

        The winner of the eighth annual Emporis Award for the Best New Skyscraper of the Year is a 42-story residential building called “Het Strijkijzer” in The Hague, Netherlands. The winning building was chosen from a worldwide pool of 634 eligible skyscrapers (buildings at least 100 meters tall) which were completed in 2007 or due for completion in 2007 at the time of nomination.
        The Silver Award for second place goes to Newton Suites in Singapore, a 36-story 120 meter (394 foot) residential tower with a strong emphasis on environmentally sustainable design. Among the building's many “green” features are overhanging meshes which shelter every window from the tropical sun, and yet are designed not to interfere with views. The tower features a “green roof”, and the side walls are also covered with foliage on the sections without windows. The sunshades and overhanging balconies give the fa?ade a rich texture and a clear visual rhythm. At every fourth level, a sheltered skygarden protrudes from the tower, allowing residents to congregate and wait for elevators on a pleasant, tree-shaded terrace. Newton Suites was designed by WOHA Architects Private Limited, and developed by UOL Group. Both firms are located in Singapore.
        The Bronze Award goes to Ontario Tower in London, a 106 meter (346 foot) residential tower on the north bank of the Thames in London, just east of Docklands. Ontario Tower is distinguished by an oval footprint and a roofline that slopes down towards the river. The design was inspired by the factory chimneys and ship smokestacks that symbolized the London of the Industrial Revolution and used to be seen all along this stretch of the Thames.
        Ontario Tower was designed by the London office of Skidmore, Owings & Merrill Inc., and developed by Ballymore Properties Ltd. of London.
        Haagse Toren, View from Rijswijkseplein - exterior photo

        #1 Haagse Toren (Netherlands)

        73
        432 ft
        43
        The Hague
        AAArchitecten
        Newton Suites, View from the east - full-height view

        #2 Newton Suites (Singapore)

        48
        394 ft
        36
        Singapore
        Ontario Tower, View from the Greenwich Peninsula - full-height view

        #3 Ontario Tower (United Kingdom)

        47
        346 ft
        31
        London
        Torre Espacio, View from the south - full-height view

        #4 Torre Espacio (Spain)

        44
        735 ft
        56
        Madrid

        #5 Aspire Tower (Qatar)

        28
        984 ft
        36
        Doha
        New York Times Tower, North view from 8th avenue - full-height view

        #6 New York Times Tower (U.S.A.)

        27
        1,046 ft
        52
        New York City
        Rose Rayhaan by Rotana, View from east - full-height view

        #7 Rose Rayhaan by Rotana (United Arab Emirates)

        23
        1,093 ft
        72
        Dubai
        Khatib & Alami
        The Willis Building, View south from St. Helen's Piazza - full-height view

        #7 The Willis Building (United Kingdom)

        23
        409 ft
        26
        London
        Naberezhnaya Tower C, View from the southwest - full-height view

        #9 Naberezhnaya Tower C (Russia)

        16
        881 ft
        61
        Moscow
        RTKL-UK Ltd.

        #10 MGM Grand Macau (China)

        14
        505 ft
        35
        Macau