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World Architecture Festival (WAF)
2013 winners announced – Day One


Completed Projects Winners: House category Cox Rayner Architects | Casey and Rebekah Vallance | The Left-Over-Space House (Australia)  The Left-Over-Space House, Australia, designed by Cox Rayner Architects has won the ‘World’s Best House’ award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2013. The judging of the WAF Awards is taking place during the largest global […]


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World Architecture Festival
2012 Winners announced – Day Two


Yesterday was the Day two of the World Architecture Festival in Singapore and 17 more award winners have been announced, including a house for New Zealand, a school with caged balconies and three projects by architects Hassell. The winners have been selected from over 300 shortlisted entries in the sections of completed buildings, landscape and […]


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World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF)
Shortlist 2011 part. 6


Future Projects – Competition Bjarke Ingels Group | Tallinn Town Hall (Tallinn, Estonia) The Town Hall aims to create an open public square (half inside, half outside)that will contain a municipal restaurant, conference hall, exhibitions, and informal meeting places whilst being in tune with the old medieval townscape. Comprised of ten individual departments, two for common space, and a […]


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World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF)
Shortlist 2011 part. 1


The shortlist for the World Architecture Festival Awards (WAF) – the world’s biggest architecture competition – has been announced. Now in its fourth year, the competition attracted its highest number of entries to date with 704 entries from 59 different countries and, for the first time, architecture and design enthusiasts will get the opportunity to […]


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