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WA Awards 34th Cycle Shortlist Announced And Ready For Your Rates & Votes
United Kingdom Architecture News - May 28, 2020 - 11:14 3013 views
World Architecture Community has announced the strong shortlist for the World Architecture Community Awards 10+5+X 34th Cycle, including a wide range of innovative and striking projects submitted from 41 different countries across the world in Architecture, Interior Design and Student sections.
These countries include Turkey, Mali, China, UAE, India, Vietnam, Denmark, Georgia, Iran, Kuwait, Argentina, Tunisia, Ukraine, Uruguay, Rwanda, South Korea, France, Mexico, Italy, Cambodia, Taiwan, Albania, USA, Finland, Netherlands, Jordan, Saudi Arabia, Panama, Hong Kong, Bangladesh, Togo, Canada, Burkina Faso, Germany, Switzerland, Burma, Egypt, Pakistan, Malaysia, Japan, Spain. A great mix and global coverage, to say the least!
WAC's new Interior Design category, starting from the 33rd Cycle, attracted a great attention from many Interior Designers around the world and over 230 new Interior Designers have already registered to WAC as part of our fellow members. We believe that our new Interior Design section will continue to gain a significant momentum very soon. If you are an Interior Designer, start your registration today and showcase your projects limitless. It's free!.
World Architecture Community organises the WA Awards 10+5+X, running typically for 3-4 cycles per year, to recognise and highlight some of the great projects of our fellow community members.
Once more WAC has witnessed the top and the new architecture offices in the 34th Cycle; Sanjay Puri, competing with 3 projects, Sitong Jin, competing with 3 projects, VTN Architects, competing with 2 projects, Marjan Farzian, competing with 2 projects, Studio Symbiosis, Nuru Karim, Philippe Barriere Collective (PB Co), GWP Architects, Orient Occident Atelier | OOA, Nemesi Architects, Kyeongsik Yoon and more are a few among the 34th Cycle's shortlist.
You are the jury now! Since you are a member of World Architecture Community, you may go ahead and click here to rate/vote for your preferred projects by Thursday, June 18, 2020 and help choose the best of the 34th WA Awards 10+5+X on World Architecture Community.
Sitong Jin's wavy LingQu Exhibition Centre Of XingAn China. Image © QingShan Wu
Sitong Jin's wavy LingQu Exhibition Centre Of XingAn China is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 34th Cycle in Realised category.
Projects are listed under 2 major sections; Architecture and Interior Design. Then submitted projects are divided into 3 sub-categories; Realised, Designed and Student under these two sections.
As usual, the shortlisted projects will be evaluated by our jury, composed of some of our Honorary Members and previous cycles' Winners for the first 10 and by our entire community members for the other 5 through their rates.
In order to Rate the projects, a WAC member must have at least 1 uploaded project in his/her page and the project should have been opened to the public by being approved by World Architecture Community.
VTN Architects' Ha House in Vietnam. Image © Hiroyuki Oki
VTN Architects' Ha House in Vietnam is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 34th Cycle in Realised category.
Honorary Member or a Winner of a Previous Cycle will notice a VOTE button where they can click to select their preferred projects. All other Members (Associate, Professional or Academic) of World Architecture Community will see a rating drop-box, where they can decide how they want to rate the various projects (1 through 10, 10 being the highest rate).
The 5 projects with the highest rates and from at least 15 members will form the +5 of the WA Awards 10+5+X.
Nuru Karim's Forest in Pune, India. Image courtesy of Nudes
Nuru Karim's Forest in Pune, India is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 34th Cycle in Designed category.
World Architecture Community plans to announce the winners towards the end of June. You are the community, so make your vote/rate count and your voice be heard.
Philippe Barriere's Mahmud Qabadu Mosque. Image courtesy of Philippe Barriere
Philippe Barriere's Mahmud Qabadu Mosque (Hybrid Architecture For Religious Facility) in Tunisia is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 34th Cycle in Designed category.
Now that you know everything, you may go ahead on the shortlist to Rate/Vote for your preferred projects by Thursday, June 18, 2020 and help choose the best of the 34th WA Awards 10+5+X on World Architecture Community.
Chun Yu Ma's Participatory Housing - A System Of Reconfigurable Spaces For 21st Century Living in Hong Kong. Image © Chun Yu Ma
Chun Yu Ma's Participatory Housing - A System Of Reconfigurable Spaces For 21st Century Living in Hong Kong is competing to be the winner of WA Awards 34th Cycle in Student category.
One Cycle ends and Another begins!
World Architecture Community has also opened the WA Awards 35th Cycle receiving new entries in Architecture and Interior Design sections to compete in the next round.
If you missed the previous cycle, you can send your entries to the WA Awards 10+5+X 35th Cycle until August 20, 2020. See all previous winners for WA Awards 10+5+X here.