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World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day Three 0

World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day Three

The World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 4 award categories on the third day of the festival. WAF category winners day 3 World Building of the Year FJMT + Archimedia |  Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki (New Zealand) Future Project

Architecture architecture Cox Architecture FJMT + Archimedia National Maritime Museum of China Taylor Cullity Lethlean + Paul Thompson World Architecture Festival (WAF)

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World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day Two 0

World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day Two

The World Architecture Festival has announced the winners of 12 award categories on the fecond day of the festival. WAF category winners day 2 Civic and Community Sharon Davis Design | Women’s Opportunity Centre (Rwanda)  Designed in collaborati

Architecture A Simple Factory Building Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Aukland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki Baar-Baarenfels Architekten CHANG Architects Citizen M London Bankside concrete Conversion of the Palais Rasumofsky Cox Rayner Architects EFFEKT featured Frances-Jones Morehen Thorp and Archimedia ftnews Johnson Pilton Walker Architects Namly House National Maritime Museum of China Pencil Office Perkins+Will Rubow Rush University Medical Center New Hospital Tower Sharon Davis Design Siamese Blossom Somdoon Architects Ltd Splashpoint Leisure Centre Sydney Cruise Terminal The Urban School In Elsinore White Collar Factory Wilkinson Eyre Architects Women's Opportunity Centre (Rwanda)

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World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day One 0

World Architecture Festival (WAF) | 2013 winners announced – Day One

Completed Projects Winners: House category Cox Rayner Architects | Casey and Rebekah Vallance | The Left-Over-Space House (Australia)  The Left-Over-Space House, Australia, designed by Cox Rayner Architects has won the ‘World’s Best House’ award

Architecture 2013 winners announced 28th Street Apartments 3XN A-Lab Agi Architects Allford Hall Monaghan Morris Brisbane Ferry Terminals Post-Flood Recovery Cox Rayner Architects Day One EAA-Emre Arolat Architects Earls Court Masterplan Emporia Farrells featured Fontys Sports College ftnews Koning Eizenberg Architecture Mecanoo International Meditation House MZ Architects New Office in Central London New Sulaibikhat Medical Center Sancaklar Mosque Selcuk Ecza Headquarters Singapore Sports Hub Design Team Statoil Regional and International offices Tabanlioglu Architects The Blue Planet The Left-Over-Space House University of Exeter: Forum Project WAF Wilkinson Eyre Architects Wingardh Arkitektkontor World Architecture Festival

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World Architecture Festival announces the World Building of the Year 2012 / Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay 0

World Architecture Festival announces the World Building of the Year 2012 / Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay

Cooled Conservatories at Gardens by the Bay, Singapore, has won the World Building of the Year Award at the prestigious World Architecture Festival (WAF) Awards 2012. The project, designed by Wilkinson Eyre, Grant Associates, Atelier One and Atelier Ten, w

Awards Public Facilities Atelier One Atelier Ten Grant Associates Singapore Wilkinson Eyre World Architecture Festival

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V4 House by Studio MK27 0

V4 House by Studio MK27

This 2012 WAF nominee by Studio MK27 blurs the division between the indoors and the outdoors. It is a contemporary house located in São Paulo, Brazil. Photos by: Nelson KonContinue Reading about V4 House by Studio MK27

Bathroom Dining Room Fireplace Furniture Hall and Entrance Houses Interior Design Landscaping Living Room Staircase Terrace Brazil Contemporary House Glass Walls Marcio Kogan São Paulo Single Story Studio MK27

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WAFFT Collection von Takaaki Tani und Kazunori Matsumura 0

WAFFT Collection von Takaaki Tani und Kazunori Matsumura

Die WAFFT Möbel Collection ist ein Geniestreich der japanischen Designer Takaaki Tani und Kazunori Matsumura. Der Wafft Hocker besticht durch seine Einfachheit. Der Wafft Tisch durch seine strickte Geradlinigkeit. Hauchdünn und dennoch äußerst stabil hebt

Design Interieur Möbel Aluminium Collection Hocker Holz Holzmix Hybrid Japan Kazunori Matsumura Kollektion Minimalismus Mix Möbelkollektion Stool Stuhl Takaaki Tani Takaaki Tani Kazunori Matsumura Tisch

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