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The nine World Architecture Festival category winners have been announced at the festival in Barcelona.
Here are a couple of photographs for each winner with captions provided by the festival.
Klein Bottle House, Rye, Australia
McBride Charles Ryan, Australia
Holiday home shaped like an origami Klein bottle.
The overall winner will be announced in Barcelona tonight.
Above and below: Civic and Community
Emergency Terminal, Zagreb, Croatia
Produkcija 004, Croatia
An eight storey terminal in the heart of Zagreb, with partly
translucent walls, provides for Zagreb’s emergency medical assistance
Here’s a little text from the festival organisers:
The presentation of the WAF Awards took place during global
architecture summit the World Architecture Festival, which is being
held at the Centre Convencions International Barcelona (CCIB) this week.
Above and below: Culture
Mapungubwe Interpretation Centre, South Africa
Peter Rich Architects, South Africa
Sited at the confluence of the Limpopo and Shashe Rivers, with
rounded roofs and surfaced in local rubble in order to become part of
The WAF Awards form the biggest architectural awards programme in
the world and are designed to celebrate and showcase the work of the
international architectural community.
The WAF Awards are unique as they involve shortlisted architects
presenting their projects live to the public and a star studded
international judging panel.
Above and below: Holiday
Restaurant Tusen, Ramundberget, Sweden
Murman Arkitekter ab, Sweden
Restaurant built on the ski slopes near the Helags and Skars mountains with a birch log frontage.
This is the 2nd year the World Architecture Festival Awards have been presented.
Above and below: Housing
The Met, Bangkok, Thailand
WOHA, Republic of Singapore
This project investigates the opportunities for high-rise living
in the tropics, exploring how aspects of low-rise tropical housing can
be applied to create outdoor-indoor spaces in the sky, inspired by Thai
forms – Thai tiles, textiles and timber panelling.
Last year’s overall winner of World Building of the Year 2008 was
Luigi Bocconi University, Milan, designed by Irish practice Grafton
Above and below: Learning
The Pearl Academy of Fashion, Jaipur, India
Designed as a low cost environmentally sensitive campus.
Above and below: New and Old
TKTS Booth and the Redevelopment of Father Duffy Square, New York, USA
Perkins Eastman, USA (Architect), Choi Ropiha, Australia (Concept
Architect), William Fellows/ PKSB (Plaza Architect), Dewhurst
MacFarlane and Partners (Structural Engineer)
Dramatic red TKTS booth and redevelopment of Father Duffy Square in the iconic Times Square in New York.
Above and below: Office
Unileverhaus, Hamburg, Germany
Behnisch Architekten, Germany
A dynamic new headquarters for the Unilever Germany Company
providing an exciting and environmentally responsible office building
Havaianas, São Paulo, Brazil
Isay Weinfeld, Brazil
The iconic brand’s first dedicated store in Brazil. which
mirrors the laid back approach of the flip flop manufacturer, a simple
box design and oversized red logo form the shell of the building.
Posted by Rose Etherington from dezeen.com
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