World Architecture Festival 2017
The World Architecture Festival announced the shortlist for the prize for the year 2017, with 434 projects from small family homes to schools, stations, museums, large infrastructure and landscape projects. The world’s largest architectural award program, WAF Awards this year took part more than ever before, with a total of 924 applications received from projects located in 68 countries around the world.
At the World Architectural Festival in November in November, teams will be invited to present their projects to the jury of more than 100 international judges, who will identify the best projects within 32 completed and future project categories. These finalists will then go on to represent the Super Jury in 2017 that will determine the winners for the World Building of 2017, the future project of the year and the landscape of the year.
To learn more about this year’s festival and collect event tickets, visit the WAF website here.
From the field of culture
- Aedas / Tara Theater / London, United Kingdom
- AL_A / Museum of Art, Architecture and Technology / Lisbon, Portugal
- Citi-Arch / Ethno-Cultural Center “NUMTO” / Belojarski, Russia
- Dabbagh Architects / Archaeological Center of Mleiha / Sharjah, United Arab Emirates
- EAA Emre Arolat Architecture / BerKM – Cultural Center Bergama / Bergama, Turkey
- FaulknerBrovns Architects / The Ward / South Shields, United Kingdom
- Heneghan Peng Architects / Palestinian Museum / Birzeit, Palestine
Higher education and research
- CEBRA / Experimentarium / Copenhagen, Denmark
- CO Architects / Biomedical Building Partnership / Phoenix, United States
- Grimshav / Duke University West Campus Union / Durham, United States
- Nickl & Partner Architekten / Derendorf Campus, University of Applied Sciences / Düsseldorf, Germany