tournaments

#1 hochhaus: One Central Park

#1 hochhaus: One Central Park

This year for the 6th time, the Deutsches Architekturmuseum (German Architecture Museum) and DekaBank will hand out the biennial Internationale Hochhaus Preis (International Highrise Award). In their own words, the honor is…Read more
#1 train station: Antwerpen Centraal

#1 train station: Antwerpen Centraal

In what turned out a fairly close finish, Antwerpen Centraal beat London's St Pancras for the title of world's most popular train station. This was a member nominated tournament, and both…Read more
#1 farmscraper: Asian Cairns

#1 farmscraper: Asian Cairns

One of the great things about reading Bill Bryson's The Life and Times of the Thunderbolt Kid is realizing how much of a forward looking and idea rich time the…Read more
#1 PyongYang landmark: Ryugyong Hotel

#1 PyongYang landmark: Ryugyong Hotel

For this tournament we lined up eight landmarks which define the North Korean capital of PyongYang.The infamous Ryugyong Hotel taking the cake isn't much of a surprize. This structure has…Read more

#1 Ghost Town: Pripyat, Ukraine

Members of skyscrapercity.com voted of Pripyat to be their #1 Ghost Town. In the finale, the the Ukrainian town beat Italy's Craco which was abandoned starting in the 1960's as…Read more
#1 KPF skyscraper: Shanghai WFC

#1 KPF skyscraper: Shanghai WFC

Kohn Pedersen Fox Associates (KPF) is one of the most prolific skyscraper firms in the world, with dozens of buildings over 150 meters tall, including three supertalls, to their name.…Read more