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Winners of WAF 2021 – Completed Buildings

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The World Architectural Festival (WAF) (WAF) is an annual festival where designers and architects from all over the world gather and share ideas, seek inspiration, learn and interact, and exchange ideas with other architects globally. This prestigious event is the most extensive award program in the realm of architecture that showcases mind-blowing projects of world-renowned architects in a three-day program. Additionally, while people can visit the main festival hall to learn about the most up-to-date technologies and products, some may crave the inspiring talks of global speakers on the web stage. WAF lends support to approximately 550 selected architects to present their projects to a judging panel in real-time in crit rooms. The awards winners are listed on the festival’s official website each year.

The WAF 2021 winners are categorized in Completed Buildings, Landscape, and Future Projects. In this article, we will be delivering the Completed Buildings Category winners.  


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© Photo by Adam Mørk

Higher education and research – Scion Innovation Hub – RTA Studio + Irving Smith

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© Photo by Patrick Reynolds

Mixed use – The Post Building – Allford Hall Monaghan Morris

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© Photo by Timothy Soar

New & Old – Capsule hostel and bookstore in village Qinglongwu – Atelier tao+c

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© Photo by Shengliang Su

Office – OLDERFLEET – Grimshaw

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© Photo by Tim Griffith & Nicole England

Production- energy and recyclingCoppenhill/ Amager Bakke – B.I.G

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© Photo by Dragoer Luftfoto

Religion – Niijima Chapel – Tezuka Architects

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© Photo by FOTOTECA

Shopping – New Alley – Old Story – Shanghai Urban Architecture Design Co Ltd

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© Photo by courtesy of Shanghai Urban Architecture Co Ltd

Sport – Ken Rosewall Arena Redevelopment – Cox Architecture

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© Photo by Peter Clark

Transport – Moynihan Train Hall – Skidmore, Owings & Merrill

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© Photo by Lucas Blair Simpson

Civic and community – Kirkkonummi Library – JKMM Architects

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© Photo by Tuomas Uusheimo

Culture – Phoenix Central Park – Durbach Block Jaggers / John Wardle Architects

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© Photo by Martin Mischkulnig

Display – Terra – The Sustainability Pavilion, Dubai Expo 2020 – Grimshaw

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© Photo by Courtesy of Expo 2020 Dubai
© Photo by Courtesy of Expo 2020 Dubai

Hotel and Leisure – RAAS CHHATRASAGAR – STUDIO LOTUS

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© Photo by Noughts & Crosses LLP

House & villa (Urban/Suburban)– SKY HOUSE – MIA Design Studio

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© Photo by Oki Hiroyuki

House & villa (Rural/Nature) – Coopworth – FMD Architects

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© Photo by Dianna Snape

Housing – Holme Apartments – John Wardle Architects

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© Photo by Sean Fennessy

School – Fortitude Valley State Secondary College – Cox Architecture and ThomsonAdsett

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© Photo by Frederick Jones

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