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Zaha Hadid Architects' Wangjing SOHO in Beijing has won the 2014 Emporis Skyscraper Award. Chosen by an international panel of experts from more than 300 skyscrapers, the three-tower 200-meter-tall development is the first skyscraper in China to ever win the award. The judges were impressed by its "excellent energy efficiency and its distinctive design, which gives the complex a harmonious and organic momentum." Each year, the Emporis Award honors the world's best new building over 100-meters-tall. Read on to see the top 10 buildings honored this year. Wangjing SOHO; Beijing, China / Zaha Hadid Architects Bosco Verticale; Milan, Italy / Boeri Studio Tour D2; Courbevoie, France / Agence d'Architecture Anthony Bechu One World Trade Center; New York City / SOM The Leadenhall Building; London, UK / Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners View more View full description
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