WAF Day 2 Winners Announced

The second group of winners of the World Architecture Festival’s (WAF) 2015 category awards have been announced today with BIG’s future Vancouver House in Canada and People's Architecture Office’s The Courtyard House Plugin in China among the awarded projects.

The 14 winners from day two of the festival will go on to compete against the winners of day one to receive the title World Building of the Year. The projects will be presented in front of a Super Jury, which includes Manuelle Gautrand, Sou Fujimoto and Peter Cook.

Check out the Day 1 winners here and view the Day 2 winners after the break.

Completed Buildings

Klein Dytham Architecture / Soma City Home for All (Japan)
Category: Culture

Winner in Culture Category. Soma City Home for All / Klein Dytham Architecture in Japan. Image Courtesy of WAF.

iredale pedersen hook architects / Walumba Elders Centre (Australia)
Category: Health

Winner in Health Category. Walumba Elders Centre / iredale pedersen hook architects in Australia. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Ingenhoven Architects / Lanserhof, Lake Tegern (Germany)
Category: Hotel & Leisure

Winner in Hotel & Leisure Category. Lanserhof, Lake Tegern / Ingenhoven Architects in Germany. Image Courtesy of WAF.

People's Architecture Office / Courtyard House Plugin (China)
Category: New & Old

Winner in New & Old Category.Courtyard House Plugin / People's Architecture Office in China. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos / Fabrica de Oliva (Uruguay)
Category: Production, Energy & Recycling

Winner in Production, Energy & Recycling Category. Fabrica de Oliva / Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos in Uruguay. Image Courtesy of Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos

Mangera Yvars Architects / Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies (Qatar)
Category: Religion

Winner in Religion Category. Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies / Mangera Yvars Architects in Qatar. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Studio 44 Architects / Ballet School (Russia)
Category: Schools

Winner in Schools Category. Ballet School / Studio 44 Architects in Russia. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Azcárate (ACXT-IDOM) / San Mamés Stadium (Spain)
Category: Sport

Winner in Sport Category. San Mamés Stadium / Azcárate (ACXT-IDOM) in Spain. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Grimshaw, Arup, James Carpenter, HDR, Page Ayres Cowley / Fulton Center (USA)
Category: Transport

Winner in Transport Category. Fulton Center / Grimshaw / Arup / James Carpenter / HDR / Page Ayres Cowley in USA. Image Courtesy of WAF.

Future Projects

Serie + Multiply Consultants / Gardens at Punggol (Singapore)
Category: Commercial Mixed-use

Winner in Commercial Mixed-use Category.Gardens at Punggol / Serie + Multiply Consultants in Singapore.

Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp / Quay Quarter (Australia)
Category: Competition Entries

Winner in Competition Entries Category. Quay Quarter / Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp in Australia.

Studio Seilern Architects / Performing Arts Centre (UK)
Category: Education

Winner in Education Category. Performing Arts Centre / Studio Seilern Architects in the UK.

SPARK / Home Farm (Singapore)
Category: Experimental

Winner in Experimental Category. Home Farm / SPARK in Singapore.

BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group / Vancouver House (Canada)
Category: Residential

Winner in Residential Category. Vancouver House / BIG - Bjarke Ingels Group in Canada.
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Cite: Katie Watkins. "WAF Day 2 Winners Announced" 05 Nov 2015. ArchDaily. Accessed . <https://www.archdaily.com/776626/waf-day-2-winners-announced> ISSN 0719-8884

World Architecture Festival, the world's largest international architectural event, has today announced the second of two sets of category winners for 2015.


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