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World Architecture Festival Awards 2018 Day Two Winners Announced
Netherlands Architecture News - Nov 30, 2018 - 00:32 4198 views
A Belarusian Memorial Chapel, a Japanese nursery school and a student residence in India are among the award category winners announced on the second day of the World Architecture Festival in Amsterdam.
The festival’s judges today recognised a diverse array of completed and unbuilt projects across 16 categories, with practices including Alison Brooks Architects, Aedas, and WOHA winning an award.
Today will see all the category winners go head-to-head as they present their projects in front of the festival’s super jury at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre. WAF will then culminate today evening with the glittering Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony where the winners of the World Building, Interior, Future Project and Landscape of the Year will be announced.
Running alongside WAF is its sister event INSIDE which will showcase 2018’s most ground-breaking interiors projects.
World Architecture Community is Media Partner for World Architecture Festival and will be following up the most fresh news, jury crits, awards and hotly-anticipated sessions on the spot during the event.
See the winners for Day 2 below:
Category: Hotel and Leisure
Winner: SeARCH - Hotel Jakarta, Javakade, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Category: Housing, Large Scale
Winner: Sanjay Puri Architects - The Street, Mathura, India
Highly Commended: WilkinsonEyre - Gasholders London, London, United Kingdom
Category: Religion and Shopping
Winner: Nikken Sekkei - Shanghai Greenland Center / Greenland Being Funny - Shanghai, China
Highly Commended: Foundry of Space [FOS] - MEGAbangna FOODWALK - Samutprakan, Thailand
Winner: Spheron Architects - Belarusian Memorial Chapel, London, United Kingdom
Highly Commended: Fluid Motion Architects, Vali-e-asr Mosque, Tehran, Iran
Winner: (Temporary association) AAPROG - BOECKX- B2Ai - Hospital AZ Zeno, Knokke Belgium
Category: Higher Education and Research
Winner: Alison Brooks Architects - Exeter College Cohen Quadrangle, Oxford, United Kingdom
Category: House - Future Projects and School
Winner: nextoffice - Guyim Vault House
Winner: KieranTimberlake - High Horse Ranch, Willits, United States of America
Highly Commended: John Wardle Architects - Captain Kelly's Cottage, Bruny Island, Australia
Winner: Tezuka Architects - Muku Nursery School in Fuji City, Japan
Winner: Grimshaw - London Bridge station, London, United Kingdom
Category: Mixed Use
Winner: WOHA - Kampung Admiralty, Singapore, Singapore
Winner: Warren and Mahoney Architects with Woods Bagot - Lincoln University and AgResearch Joint Facility, Christchurch, New Zealand
Winner: Studio 44 Architects - Museum of the siege of Leningrad, St. Petersburg, Russia
Winner: Sebastian Monsalve + Juan David Hoyos - Medellin River Parks / Botanical Park Master Plan, Medellin, Colombia
Highly Commended: Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios - Kirkstall Forge, Leeds, United Kingdom
Category: Commercial Mixed Use
Winner: Aedas - Commercial Bank Headquarters Mixed-Use Project, Taichung, Taiwan
Joint Highly Commended: NEUF architect(e)s - The Mews, Toronto, Canada
Joint Highly Commended: TABANLIOGLU ARCHITECTS - Halic Shipyards, Istanbul, Turkey
Winner: Sordo Madaleno Arquitectos - Amelia Tulum
Highly Commended: Team V Architectuur - HAUT, Amsterdam, Netherlands
More than 2,200 international architects are expected to attend the festival in Amsterdam this week. Today will see another set of category winners announced at the RAI Exhibition and Convention Centre, before WAF culminates with the glittering Gala Dinner and Awards Ceremony where the winners of the World Building, Interior, Future Project and Landscape of the Year will be announced.
Top image: Tezuka Architects - Muku Nursery School in Fuji City, Japan
All images courtesy of WAF
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