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04 July 2013

The 2013 World Architecture Festival Awards (Photo Essay)

Heydar Aliyev Centre in Azerbaijan by Zaha Hadid Architects

Among the 302 projects that have been shortlisted for the 2013 World Architecture Festival Awards – the world’s biggest architectural awards programme.  Taking place at this year’s sixth annual World Architecture Festival, the WAF Awards 2013, have attracted entries from almost 50 countries.

Of course, your mileage may vary...

A space age community school, a diamond shaped house and a research station in Antarctica

 Treehouse in USA by Sharon Davis

Halley VI Antartic Research Station, Antarctica by Hugh Broughton Architects

 Informal House, USA by Koning Eizenberg Architecture

This year’s festival is being held in Singapore for the second time, and while the organisers have again seen huge interest in entries from South East Asia, entries from Europe and North America have increased by almost 40% and 14% respectively.

 The Perth Arena in Australia by ARM+CCN

The World Architecture Festival will take place at the Marina Bay Sands in Singapore between 2 – 4 October 2013. 

 Sir Duncan Rise Library, UK, by Schmidt Hammer Lassen architects

 The Blue Planet in Denmark by 3XN

Rush University Medical Center New Hospital, USA by Perkins + Will Tower

 The Jianamani Visitor Centre in China by Teamminus

L'Avenue Shanghai in Shanghai by Leigh & Orange

 Bethel Assembly of God Church in Singapore by LAUD Architects

 Damiani Holz and Ko in Italy by MODUS

 Chesapeake Building, USA by 12 Elliott + Associates Architects

 Lazona Kawasaki Toshiba Building in Japan by Nikkei Sekkei

 The Star in Singapore by Aedas Ltd

 Fazenda Boa Vista in Brazil by Isay Weinfeld

World Architecture Festival Awards

Pinheiro House in Brazil by StudioMK27

Wuzhen Theater in China by Artech Architects

Starhill Gallery in Singapore by Spark Design Consulting Singapore Ltd

 The Emporia Wingardh in Sweden by Arkitktkontor AB

Kaap Skil, Maritime & Beachcombers Museum in the Netherlands by Mecanoo

 Benson Radiology In Australia by Tridente Architects

 Al Bahr in the UAE by Aedas Ltd

The Kontum Indochine Cafe in Vietnam by Vo Trong Nghia Architects

Diamond House in Singapore by Formwerkz Architects

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