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 andPeople’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.
Klein Dytham Architecture / Soma City Home for All (Japan)
iredale pedersen hook architects / Walumba Elders Centre (Australia)
Ingenhoven Architects / Lanserhof, Lake Tegern (Germany)
Category: Hotel & Leisure
People’s Architecture Office / Courtyard House Plugin (China)
Category: New & Old
Marcelo Daglio Arquitectos / Fabrica de Oliva (Uruguay)
Category: Production, Energy & Recycling
Mangera Yvars Architects / Qatar Faculty of Islamic Studies (Qatar)
Studio 44 Architects / Ballet School (Russia)
Azcárate (ACXT-IDOM) / San Mamés Stadium (Spain)
Grimshaw, Arup, James Carpenter, HDR, Page Ayres Cowley / Fulton Center (USA)
Serie + Multiply Consultants / Gardens at Punggol (Singapore)
Category: Commercial Mixed-use
Francis-Jones Morehen Thorp / Quay Quarter (Australia)
Category: Competition Entries
Studio Seilern Architects / Performing Arts Centre (UK)
SPARK / Home Farm (Singapore)
BIG – Bjarke Ingels Group / Vancouver House (Canada)