The World Architecture Festival winners have been announced – here’s a few of our favourites from this year’s list of architectural champions.
November 23rd, 2016
Each year the World Architecture Festival highlights incredible planned and completed projects across the globe and across a range of design categories. The Festival is now the world’s largest annual international architectural event. It includes the biggest architectural awards programme in the world, dedicated to celebrating excellence via live presentations to an audience of high-profile delegates and international juries.
Here are a few of our favourites from this year’s full list of winners – including a few on our own turf here in Australia, and within the Asia Pacific region.
The World Building of the Year
Robert Konieczny- KWK Promes, National Museum in Szczecin
Dialogue Centre Przełomy, Szczecin, Poland
INSIDE World Interior of the Year
AN Design, Black Cant System
Heike fashion brand concept store, Hangzhou, China
Future Project of the Year
Hayball, South Melbourne Primary School
Small Project of the Year
The Chinese University of Hong Kong School of Architecture, ZCB Bamboo Pavilion
Kowloon Bay, Hong Kong
New and Old – Completed Building
Tabanlioglu Architects, Beyazit State Library
INSIDE Best Designed Workplace
Woods Bagot, Paramount by The Office Space
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