WAF 2017

WAF Day One Winners

John Hill
16. November 2017
Completed Buildings New & Old: The Chinese University of Hong Kong / Post-earthquake reconstruction and demonstration project of Guangming Village / Zhaotong, China (All photographs courtesy of WAF)

After a full first day of keynotes, project presentations, tours, and other events at the 2017 World Architecture Festival in Berlin, the winners in seventeen 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. Day two winners will be posted tomorrow.

See also: WAF Shortlist of Completed Buildings

Completed Buildings

Completed Building Civic and Community: Eriksson Furunes + Leandro V. Locsin / Streetlight Tagpuro / Tacloban, Philippines
Completed Buildings Culture: Heneghan Peng Architects / The Palestinian Museum / Birzeit, Palestine
Completed Buildings Display: Alison Brooks Architects / The Smile / London, United Kingdom
Completed Buildings House: Vo Trong Nghia Architects / Binh House / Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Completed Buildings Housing: Marc Koehler Architects / Superlofts Houthaven / Amsterdam, Netherlands
Completed Buildings Office: Nikken Sekkei / Co Op Kyosai Plaza / Tokyo, Japan
Completed Buildings Production Energy & Recycling: Slash Architects and Arkizon Architects / The Farm of 38-30 / Afyonkarahisar, Turkey
Completed Buildings School: Andrew Burges Architects / East Sydney Early Learning Centre / Sydney, Australia
Completed Buildings Sport: HKS / U.S. Bank Stadium / Minneapolis, United States of America

Future Projects

Future Projects - Competition Entries: New Cyprus Archaeological Museum by Pilbrow & Partners
Future Projects Civic: Consulate and Permanent Mission to the United Nations by Hill West Architects
Future Projects Experimental: Sharjah Observatory, Mleiha National Park by 3deluxe Transdisciplinary Design
Future Projects Health: Desa Semesta by Magi Design Studio
Future Projects Infrastructure: The Bridge by Sanjay Puri Architects
Future Projects Leisure-led development: Bodrum Loft by Tabanlioglu Architects
Future Projects Office: Viettel Offsite Studio by Vo Trong Nghia Architects

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