Hassell recently presented its gigantic Metro Tunnel Project at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) alongside collaborators Weston Williamson and RSHP. We spoke to Hassell principal Ingrid Bakker about the scale of the work and what’s driving the design.
On the eve of 2024, our new editor, Timothy Alouani-Roby, addresses an exciting yet provocative open letter to the Australian architecture community on the opportunities of an era.
At the 2023 World Architecture Festival, we caught up with Antoine Besseyre Des Horts, leader at LIXIL Global Design, Asia to hear about the latest at GROHE.
Set by a tranquil lake in China, this hotel by WJ Studio aims to transport the guest away from the stresses of modern city life.
Timothy Alouani-Roby caught up with the Melbourne-based architect at the World Architecture Festival (WAF) after her AIA Gold Medal speech.
We asked prominent designers travelling to Singapore a simple question: what does Australian design bring to WAF? Here are the five main topics that came up.
After three days of crits, talks and presentations, the full winners of the 2023 World Architecture Festival have been announced.
The 2023 World Architecture Festival (WAF) features no less than 44 category prizes – find out about the winners and commendations from days one and two here.
This year’s winning drawings in three categories – hand-drawn, digital and hybrid, will be showcased at World Architecture Festival in Singapore from 29 November to 1 December 2023.
Fresh from her trip to the World Architecture Festival in Lisbon, Fender Katsalidis’ Nicky Drobis outlines four big ideas that will shape architecture in 2023.
With China, Hong Kong, Australia and India counted in the top five countries entering the World Architecture Festival (WAF) in 2019, it’s no surprise to see many projects from the Indo-Pacific region winning some of the top gongs. Here we look at all of them.