Winners from days one and two of WAF

The World Architecture Festival is the largest global celebration of architecture. This year it was held in Barcelona from 2 to 4 November.

The WAF Awards announced on days one and two are as follows:

Day 1

World Holiday Building of the Year
Raas, Jodhpur, India – The Lotus Praxis Initiative, India

World Production, Energy & Recycling Building of the Year
Waste Treatment Facility, Barcelona, Spain – Batlle & Roig Architects, Spain

World Villa of the Year
InBetween House, Nagano, Japan – Koji Tsutsui & Associates, Japan

World Landscape Project of the Year
A Mother River Recovered, the Sanlihe Greenway, Qian’an City, China – Turenscape, China

World Transport Building of the Year
Kurilpa Bridge, Brisbane, Australia – Cox Architecture / Cox Rayner Architects, Australia

World House of the Year
Small House, Sydney, Australia – Domenic Alvaro, Australia

World Civic and Community Building of the Year
Saint Nicholas Antiochian Orthodox Christian Church, USA – Marlon Blackwell Architect

World New & Old Building of the Year
Puzzle Piece, Canary Islands, Spain – Romera y Ruiz Arquitectos, Spain

World Learning Building of the Year
Sainsbury Laboratory, Cambridge, UK – Stanton Williams, UK

World Office Building of the Year
Media-ICT, Barcelona, Spain – Cloud 9, Spain

World Culture Building of the Year
Shima Kitchen, Tonosyotyo, Japan – Architects Atelier RYO ABE, Japan

World Sport Building of the Year
Speedskating Stadium Inzell, Max Aicher Arena, Inzell, Germany – Projektarbeitsgemeinschaft Behnisch Architekten Pohl Architekten, Germany

Day 2

World Shopping Building of the Year
Decameron, Sao Paulo, Brazil – Studio MK27, Brazil

World Display Building of the Year
Norwegian Wild Reindeer Centre Pavilion, Hjerkinn, Norway – Snøhetta, Norway

World Health Building of the Year
Rehabilitation Centre Groot Klimmendaal, Arnhem, Netherlands – Architectenbureau Koen van Velsen, Netherlands

World Housing Building of the Year
8 House, Copenhagen, Denmark – Bjarke Ingels Group, Denmark

Future Project of the Year – Commercial
Wadi Rum Resort, Jordan – Oppenheim Architecture + Design, USA

Future Project of the Year – Competition Entries
Glacier Discovery Walk, Alberta, Canada – Sturgess Architecture, Canada

Future Project of the Year – Experimental
The Tower of Nests, Shanghai, China – Kjellgren Kaminsky Architecture AB

Future Project of the Year – Education
Women’s Opportunity Center, Kayonza, Rwanda – Sharon Davis Design, USA

Future Project of the Year – Cultural
Zhang Da Qian Museum, Neijang, China – Miralles Tagliabue EMBT, Spain

Future Project of the Year – Residential
Wafra Living, Kuwait – AGi Architects, Kuwait

Future Project of the Year – Masterplanning
West Kowloon Cultural District Conceptual Plan, Hong Kong – Rocco Design Architects Ltd, Hong Kong

Future Project of the Year – Infrastructure
Hanimaadaoo International Airport, Maldives – Integrated Design Associates Limited, Hong Kong

Future Project of the Year – Health
Binh Chanh Pediatric Hospital, Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam – VK, 2050 A+P and Nhat My, Belgium

Future Project of the Year – Landscape
Shoreline Walk, Beirut, Lebanon – Gustafson Porter, UK.

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