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World Architecture Community Awards 35th Cycle Winners Are Announced
United Kingdom Architecture News - Oct 05, 2020 - 13:24 4967 views
World Architecture Community team has announced the winners of WA Awards 10+5+X 35th Cycle in Architecture, Interior Design and Student categories.
We have 47 different winning projects from 18 different countries with a fantastic mix of building types, spanning from China to South Korea, France to Burma.
In short, the winning countries can be listed as China, Mexico, South Korea, Japan, India, Taiwan, United States, United Arab Emirates, Mauritius, Turkey, Rwanda, Hong Kong, Burma, Indonesia, Malaysia, France, Iran, Vietnam.
In Architecture Realised category, Kyeongsik Yoon has won the WA Awards with 2 projects: The Pavilion; Dream Of The Butterfly and Doseon-Sa Temple in South Korea, has been selected by the votes of Honorary Members and Winners in earlier cycles in Realised category.
Inca Hernandez has won the WA Award with Mar Mediterraneo 34 from Mexico, has been selected both by the votes of Honorary Members and Winners in earlier cycles and the World Architecture Community members ratings in Realised category. Yasuyuki Kitamura has won the WA Award with House In Minohshinmachi - The Nature Gradation from Japan, has been selected both by both by the votes of Honorary Members and Winners in earlier cycles and the World Architecture Community members ratings in Realised category.
In Architecture Designed category, BEHIVE Architects has won the WA Award with Cloud Ring-Naver Cloud Data Center from South Korea, while AIDIA Studio has won the WA Award with The Rub' Al Khali Oculus from UAE. In this category, DNA Barcelona Architects' Cocoon Hotel & Resort in Tulum and Studio Symbiosis' Floating Terraces from India are among other great projects for the winners of the 35th Cycle of WA Awards.
In Interior Design Realised category, Hui Hsin Cheng has won the WA Award with EP Books-Taipei from Taiwan, has been selected by the votes of Honorary Members and Winners in earlier cycles in Realised category. KAMITOPEN Architecture-Design Office has won the WA Award with Nana’s Green Tea Eias Okinawa Toyosaki from Japan, has been selected both by both by the votes of Honorary Members and Winners in earlier cycles and the World Architecture Community members ratings.
In Architecture Student category, Chun Yu Ma's Participatory Housing - A System Of Reconfigurable Spaces For 21st Century Living from Hong Kong, Qin Chao Zhou's Regenerate: The Mobile Hospital from Taiwan, Aung Thurein Latt's The Ship Of Noah from Burma, Yagvinder Mamoria's National War And Military Museum, Delhi are among the winning projects in the 35th Cycle of WA Awards.
You may now consult all of the awarded projects at the World Architecture Community WA Awards Winners page.
One Cycle ends as another starts...
With this announcement, we want to also remind you that the 36th Cycle of WA Awards is now open for submissions. You can submit your entries until November 30, 2020. If you also want your project to get the recognition it deserves, make sure to participate before the deadline is over.
In addition, to win a free-of-charge submission, upgrade your membership to Professional Membership from your WAC Settings and send 1 project (Realised or Designed) FREE to each Cycle of WA Awards. See your benefits for Professional Membership here.
Your starting point is How to Participate.