World Architecture Festival – WAF 2019 shortlist shows how architects can build a more sustainable future… Starting from a subterranean museum, a treehouse and an eco-airport indoor bio-diversity garden with a 40-metre indoor waterfall.
JAC Studios’ Yumin Art Nouveau Collection is a poetic glass exhibition nested within the elegant interiors of the Tadao Ando-designed Genius Loci building on the coastal landscape of Phoenix Jeju in South Korea.
A tropical rainforest thrives on top of WOHA Architects’ Kampung Admiralty complex which combines community spaces, housing for the elderly, medical facilities, retail, restaurants, and cafes all shared within a single ventilated structure.
Foster & Partners, Zaha Hadid Architects, BIG and OMA are among the shortlisted studios competing at the World Architecture Festival Awards 2018.
World Architecture Festival announces the 20 finalists for The Architectural Photography Awards 2018 including images of The Hive at Kew Gardens, Milan Duomo, Asif Khan’s pitch black pavilion for the PyeongChang winter Olympics and Foster + Partners’ Bloomberg headquarters in London.
In the wake of a devastating earthquake, architecture students from the Chinese University of Hong Kong updated traditional building technologies to support Guangming villagers to build anti-seismic and sustainable homes with affordable materials.
A butterfly pavilion, Airbnb headquarters and fancy hotels from the Maldives to Singapore. 2017 World of Interiors announces the finalists for this year awards.
WAF 2017: Projects by Amanda Levete, BIG, Zaha Hadid Architects and Grimshaw have been shortlisted for the World Architecture Festival Awards. Completed and Future projects based across 68 countries span from chapels to equestrian centers, exotic resorts and students housing.
Completed projects by MVRDV, Zaha Hadid Architects and more compete for the World Building of the Year at World Architecture Festival 2016.
World Architecture Festival shortlisted 343 projects in 58 countries for the 2016 Award that will be unveiled in Berlin in this November.
“The Chapel” community center by a21studio in Ho Chi Min features a tree-shaped steel column, white painted recycled materials and colorful fabrics. The project won the Building of the Year Award at World Architecture Festival 2014.
World Architecture Festival Awards: Freedom of the Press Monument by Gustavo Penna Arquiteto & Associados will be reflecting the culture of Brazilian people, based on common sense.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean won the Landscape of the year Award at the World Architecture Festival with a garden that puzzles 100 forests of the world’s most endangered tree species.
The World Architecture Festival awarded the townhouses project by Somdoon Architects that integrates living spaces within greenery, conveying a sense of community in a residential suburb on the north of Bangkok.
Taylor Cullity Lethlean designed the Australian Garden, a natural park and a botanic path that shows how water shapes the country’s landscape.