WAF 2017

WAF Day Two Winners

17. de novembre 2017
Completed Buildings Transport: Grüntuch Ernst Architects / Transformation Chemnitz Central Station / Chemnitz, Germany (All photographs courtesy of WAF)
Following the second day of keynotes, project presentations, tours, and other events at the 2017 World Architecture Festival in Berlin, the winners in fourteen categories were announced.
WAF, now in its tenth anniversary year, is set up in a unique crit format, in which architects shortlisted in numerous categories present their projects in ten minutes to a three-person jury, which then asks questions about the project. The categories fall into two general types: Completed Buildings and Future Projects; winners in the former are in the running for Building of the Year, and those in the latter vie for Future Project of the Year. Day one winners are highlighted below (and one above) with Completed Buildings followed by Future Projects. On day three, all of the winners are presenting their projects to the Super Jury, which will determine the overall winners to be announced tonight.

See alsoDay One Winners and WAF Shortlist of Completed Buildings

Completed Buildings

Completed Buildings Health: Ntsika Architects / Westbury Clinic / Johannesburg, South Africa
Completed Buildings Higher Education & Research: C.F. Møller Architects / Maersk Tower / Copenhagen, Denmark
Completed Buildings Hotel & Leisure: Cong Sinh Architects / Vegetable Trellis / Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Completed Buildings Mixed-use: Allford Hall Monaghan Morris / Westminster Bridge Road / London, United Kingdom
Completed Buildings Religion: Waugh Thistleton Architects / Bushey Cemetery / Bushey, United Kingdom
Completed Buildings Shopping: ACME / Victoria Gate / Leeds, United Kingdom
Completed Buildings Villa: Irving Smith Architects / Bach with Two Roofs / Golden Bay, New Zealand

Future Projects

Future Commercial mixed-use: Battersea Power Station Phase 2 by WilkinsonEyre
Future Education: Aga Khan Academy by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios and SHATOTTO architects
Future Projects Culture: Kulturkorgen - A Basket Full of Culture by Sweco Architects
Future Projects House: Queenstown House by Monk Mackenzie Architects
Future Projects Masterplanning: Sydney Fish Markets by Allen Jack+Cottier Architects
Future Residential: G+Âksu Residences by EAA Emre Arolat Architecture

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